International Food Tasting

Debbie Woolley, left, and Jennifer Lucas of Lovin' the Oven, sample whoopie pies from Making Whoopie of Franklin at last year's second annual International Food Tasting for The Literacy Center of Attleboro at the Attleboro Elks Hall. This year's third annual event will be held 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, April 13 at the Attleboro Elks Lodge, 887 South Main St. (Route 152). (Staff photo by Mark Stockwell)

ATTLEBORO - The second annual International Food Tasting to aid The Literacy Center in Attleboro was held Wednesday night at the Attleboro Elks Lodge, 887 South Main St.

Those in attendance enjoyed food compliments of Ambrosia Tavern, the Attleboro Elks Lodge, Bliss Brothers Dairy, El Mariachi, The Boneyard Barbecue and Saloon, J & L Catering, Making Whoopi, Mediterranean Grill & Pizzeria, Panera Bread, Roche Brothers, Red Stone Grill, Panera Bread, Stop & Shop, New Harvest Coffee Roasters, Young's Catering, the United States Personal Chef Association represented by Home Plate Advantage Personal Chef Service, My Chef Lara, Home Star Cuisine, Lovin' the Oven and Dinner Thyme: A Personal Chef Service.

The event was sponsored by Sensata Technologies, Home Instead Senior Care, Mansfield Bank, Rockland Trust, Cruise One, HarborOne Bank, Marcott Designs, Nissan Village and Patriot Subaru of North Attleboro.

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