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Articles by Amy Magnus

Amy co-founded the Yellow Springs Winter Farmers Market in 2010 which runs Saturday mornings January thru March at the United Methodist Church. She grew up among the corn fields and dairy farms in upstate New York and draws from her experiences cooking as a young teen, a single person, and now a wife and mother. Amy began preparing meals for her family at the age 10. Her mother's kitchen bible was the Betty Crocker Cookbook, her own is the Moosewood.

More Articles by Amy Magnus
  • BLOG-Live Bravely and Long Adventure

    testingGravity

    “Live long and prosper”, Spock offers the blessing of his people. To my ear, he says, “Go, explore.”

  • BLOG-French Fries Rule

    adult version of baked fries

    “I want french fries.” they insist but through the art of home cooking I hope to guide my children to an appreciation of healthier choices.

  • BLOG-Hashtag HeLovesMe

    my people

    In the midst of the family meal tucked in its nurturing embrace, I count myself among the fortunate.

  • BLOG-Art At Play

    interactive art lab

    Whether installed on the streets of downtown Yellow Springs or in a gallery at the Springfield Museum of Art, the JafaGirls’ art invites us to honor one another and play.

  • BLOG-Peas Please

    peas, please

    My husband introduces me to a foreign concept: Children will eat peas with pleasure.

  • BLOG-Rolling Out the Ravioli

    butternutRavioli

    Chef Corey Elbin shares his professional insights in cooking at the Yellow Springs Senior Center, 227 Xenia Avenue. We made ravioli with him last week and next week same time and place, Asian dumplings.

  • BLOG-A Great Room for the Winter Market

    A Great Room For Market

    Layer up and meet us at the Great Room of the Yellow Springs Senior Center, 227 Xenia Ave, for the 2015 Season of the Winter Farmers Market.

  • BLOG-The Voices of Friends

    handel

    On Boxing Day, the Friday following Christmas, my daughter and I sat in a hallway like a pair of chastised students awaiting an uncertain fate. Fate in this instance was a force both kind and generous.

  • BLOG-Halfway to One Hundred

    ultimate chocolate cake

    My brother Pete reaches his fifth decade on the heels of Lloyd Kennedy reaching his tenth. They both seem to have latched on to a set of sustaining principles.

  • BLOG-The Pet Pumpkin and the Pretender

    pumpkin pal

    A pumpkin is granted a short reprieve. Instead, I take up a butternut squash to make pie for the holiday table.