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Julia Kann

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Julia KannPart-time farmer and full-time food-maker Julia Kann is the creator of Julia’s Rooted Kitchen, a food blog devoted to “what’s in season and what to do about it.” Originally from San Francisco, she moved to DC in 2010 to participate in AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps. Since then she has worked at and managed many local farmers markets and worked on a nearby farm. She loves making seasonal food for friends and family and sharing her food knowledge with others.

“Whole–Tree” Apple Crumble

Recipe by Julia Kann

“Whole–Tree” Apple Crumble

This year I’m celebrating Tu b’Shevat by seeing how many seasonal treats I can get from the trees around me. This apple crumble combines six different tree-grown ingredients, including fruit, nuts, buds, bark and sap.

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Farmer Julia’s Applesauce

Recipe by Julia Kann

Farmer Julia’s Applesauce

Applesauce is a simple and delicious use for the bounty of apples that turn up each fall. Plus, canned applesauce makes a perfect holiday gift. I like to bring jars of it to friends’ homes when I’m invited over for Chanukah. Like a bottle of wine, it’s a gift they can serve and enjoy that

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