Articles by Amy Magnus :: Page 8

  • BLOG-Churn Rate

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    Turns out making butter doesn’t take much more than enthusiasm and a bit of warmth.

  • BLOG-The Sentimental City

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    With so many things to do and so many people to do them with, crafting a enduring narrative in the big city can be a challenge.

  • BLOG-Wok About

    A kale  and beet stir fry served on a bed of sliced pear

    This week took me to a distant city and a new experience in stovetop cooking.

  • BLOG-A Tale of Two Chicken Dishes

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    Two in the family like simple fare. The other two prefer spicy. One 4 pound chicken splits nicely among them.

  • BLOG-In the Wake of Change

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    We might find in the wake of change that there are certain things we can live without and many that we can share happily with others.

  • BLOG-Live from the Winter Farmers Market

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    Live from the Yellow Springs Winters Farmer Market, 202 S Winter St. In its second week, the market opens Saturday at 9am and closes at noon.

  • BLOG-A Fresh Canvas

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    With the start of 2013, we are greeted by a new fallen snow and a painterly yearning for a blank canvas.

  • BLOG-Christmas Treasures

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    Bright bows and packages greeted us on Christmas day, but the sweetest treasure was being a witness to joy.

  • BLOG-Cookie Cutter

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    What can make the old fashioned extraordinary? Creative pairings and a touch of modern sparkle.

  • BLOG-Learning Traditions

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    A day’s events remind us what to hold dear…the promise of our children’s future and an appreciation of our collective past.

  • BLOG-A Show of Love

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    This week my husband Jeremy takes a crack at the writing and our five year old at the photography. Let’s see what they’ve cooked up.

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