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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-Be You. Be Recognized.

    Just Recognized

    If we follow these rainbows, we’re destined to end up closer to our authentic center.

  • BLOG-Bounty from the Bramble

    black raspberries

    We risk being aggressively overrun by the unpredictable.

  • BLOG-Water Power

    And a fountain!

    For his fifth birthday, my son gets a tower that grows up!

  • BLOG-A Walk in the Glen

    down to the Grotto

    There is so much to see, so much to surprise as Glen Helen—like a young child—shifts, metamorphizes, and grows.

  • BLOG-Commencement

    receiving diploma

    School lets out and the adventure begins.

  • BLOG-Blueberry Block Party

    celebrate

    My resolve is not born of spontaneity but to a specific purpose: fellowship.

  • BLOG-Lots of Little

    Girl With A Pearl Earring nears completion

    I learn to modify my chosen verb of action appropriately so that the adverb urgently does not overwhelm.

  • BLOG-Spring to Song

    songsOfSpring

    After a day of remarkable collaborations—both spontaneous and refined—we might wonder if such magic can be rekindled again. Within this village, we should never doubt its great promise.

  • BLOG-I, Asparagi

    asparagus

    The garden is a constant conversation with nature. It weeps, it rages, it whisper in its sleep. Mostly, though, it sings.

  • BLOG-From the Fiber Forum

    Welcome to the Yellow Springs Fiber Forum

    Yellow Springs residents consider investing in a municipal fiber network for high speed telecommunications.