This week's Stoughton Farmers' Market offered the chance to taste what you bought before you left.
Laura MacDougall, the owner and personal chef at Home Plate Advantage, was on hand at the market. She prepared food using items you can purchase at the market. Her potato salad and caramelized plum crostini drew rare reviews.
Christine Lott of Chris Cares International was at the market, selling crafts made in Tanzania. She runs an international non-profit organization. Its goal is to fight poverty through education in Tanzania. Lott is is writing a book with her son, Jonathan, about her experiences in building the school there and switching from working in the business world to developing a world-wide charity.
Cameron the Magician, provided the entertainment.
Next week's theme is Stoughton Strong Day. The market is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Trackside Plaza, 2 Canton St., next to the commuter rail station.