by Amy Chaplin
Martha's Circle

Tag Archive 'fall'

If you’re looking for a refreshing salad to add brightness to your Thanksgiving meal, this one will work perfectly. It has a lively, bitter bite from the mustard and watercress, lots of crisp, juicy texture from shaved kohlrabi and a touch of sweet from the apple. I usually don’t go for fruit in savory salads, […]

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Firstly, I’m sorry for the lack of posting going on around here!  It’s been a busy last few months including a 4-week trip to Australia, shooting the cover for my book and a big round of book edits.  Please know that I’ve really missed sharing recipes with all of you and the feeling of connectedness […]

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I’m so excited to tell you all what I have been up to. I started writing my first cookbook this past summer and have been busy testing and shooting recipes for the last 6 months. It has been, and continues to be a deeply inspiring and challenging experience that I’m over the moon to be […]

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Millet Cauliflower Mash

                                  It seems like every year around this time, once the autumn chill has made its presence felt I reach for the jar of millet on my pantry shelf. This is part of my twice or thrice weekly evening […]

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Apple Picking and a Crisp

Apple orchards are magical and enchanted places. When I bite into the first perfectly crisp apple of the season, whether at the green market or standing in an orchard, I laspe into a daze: what it is about that tart, musky flavor that enchants me? Where does it take me? There’s something magical in that mystery […]

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Evidence of seasonal change is all around: the different way the light filters through the trees and flickers on the floor beside me, the warm, low sun, and my natural urge to cook. Recommend on FacebookTweet about it

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