Also in this month's restaurant round-up: a new breakfast and lunch restaurant set to open on Easton's Main Street
We know Stoughton residents don’t just stay in town when they want a night out and a break from cooking. There have been plenty of restaurant coming and goings in the local area over the past month. Below is a look at some area restaurant and food-related stories covered in the past month. STOUGHTON Roxanne's Taqueria Opens in Stoughton Stoughton residents were treated to some new Mexican food this month, as Roxanne's Taqueria opened up in Cobb's Corner. Owned by Stoughton native Jesse Rosen, and his business partner Josh Katz of Sharon, the new restaurant aims to be a brand new, independently-owned restaurant that prides itself on bringing in quality, fresh, local ingredients to make some of the finest Mexican food in the area. 2,800-…
Pie vendor refuses to accept EBT cards at farmers market. What do you think?
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Saturday, August 18, 2012
“I don’t think American taxpayers should be footing the bill for people’s pie purchases,” Andrea Taber, proprietor of the Ever So Humble Pie Co. in Walpole, told the Boston Herald. Taber sells her pies at the Braintree Farmers Market, yet refuses to accept tokens that the Farmers Market organizers sell to Electronic Benfits Transfer or EBT cardholders for use at the market. Farmers Market chairwoman Donna Ingemanson said that people on food stamps needed healthy choices and asked the Herald, "What better chance to buy healthy foods than at a farmers market?" Taber said buying fruits and vegetables with an EBT card is fine, but drew the line at using the card to purchase sweets, according to the Herald. Should food vendors be able to decide…