by Amy Chaplin
Martha's Circle

Monthly Archive for July, 2009

Homemade Granola

                                                    It’s funny how you just do things and don’t ask your self why; I thought this as I automatically brought ingredients to make this granola before going to the […]

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Blooming Hill Farm

                                      Last weekend we went up to Guy Jones’ Blooming Hill Farm. I love this place and think of it as the next best thing to having a country house. Located about 60 miles from the city, it […]

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Sprouted Spelt Bread with Seeds

“Sprouts represent the point of greatest vitality in the life cycle of a plant.” Paul Pitchford, Healing with Whole Foods Recommend on FacebookTweet about it

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Spelt Blueberry Muffins

This one is for my father. If you saw his comment back in June he hasn’t had a decent muffin in very long time. I broke out the frozen organic blueberries (that I preserved in the freezer from the summer before) xmas morning and whipped up a batch for him.  Although it was years ago, […]

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Tasty Condiments

                                I have had a lot of requests for simple, quick meals and it’s got me thinking about how I eat at home on a daily basis. It’s definitely not complicated and time consuming but it is delicious and healthy. […]

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                    A post about Cayuga Pure Organics has been bubbling to the surface of my blog for weeks now. I have been buying their delicious dried beans at the farmers market (recipes to follow soon) and discovered recently that they also grind their own spelt and wheat […]

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