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    Famous Chefs - Martha Stewart Recipes

    A collection of recipes from Martha Stewart's shows, cookbooks, and website. If you know of a Martha recipe that should be included in this cookbook, let me know!
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    I love this! I found it in Martha Stewart Living April 2002.

    Recipe #58218

    5 Reviews |  By E.A.

    Found this in Martha Stewart Living two years ago. The best pie crust recipe I've found yet!!! The vinegar in the crust makes it very tender.

    Recipe #108281

    2 Reviews |  By PanNan

    These bark cookies have a coconut/pecan/chocolate chip topping. They are so easy to make, which is a good thing because they don't last long! The recipe is similar to one I found in Martha Stewart's Food Everyday magazine. This recipe is a great way to use up those Southern U.S. pecans.

    Recipe #78332

    2 Reviews |  By Esuka

    Found these on MarthaStewart.com and someone has to try them! I have yet to, but I'm considering passing them out as birthday treats...

    Recipe #118111

    This is my adjustment of a recipe from the Dec. 2004 issue of Martha Stewart Living. I wanted to make it healthier by adding more whole grains, so I did and it's yummy. Also, I have not added the orange peel myself yet, but I can tell it would be perfect. These are wonderful light muffins, stacked high and a beautiful color.

    Recipe #109611

    This is from the Valentines Issue of Martha Stewart Living. What a lovely "Love Day" dessert this would be!

    Recipe #18835

    This is from the cover of the February issue of Martha Stewart Living. It looks really good. I great Valentines Day treat for your honey.

    Recipe #18849

    A great recipe for the Holiday Season coming up -

    Recipe #342201

    Saw these on Martha Stewart a couple of years ago, pulled out to make for the holidays (red and green!) and thought to be here for all to enjoy!

    Recipe #79265

    I quickly wrote the ingredients and directions down as these were being prepared on a local television program. I believe it was Martha Stewart's Everyday Living. Posted here as they look delicious and I don't want to lose the recipe! Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #117636

    I adapted this recipe from one I found in an old Martha Stewart Holiday book. I made some adjustments in herbs and took out the potatoes since my husband is low carbing. Added the greens in that I had on hand and voila! Delicious dinner with the Roasted Red Pepper Soup also posted in my cookbook.

    Recipe #105917

    2 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    This is from the August 2004 issue of Martha Stewart Living. These taste like a traditional bloody mary, but add a frosty chill that is great for hot summer days. You can adjust the seasonings to suit your tastes.

    Recipe #95879

    This recipe is from Martha Stewart's "Favorite Comfort Foods" cookbook. It really is delicious, but I found it too sweet, so I'm including the original recipe in here, but recommending that you leave the sugar out of the crunch topping and reduce the molasses and honey by half in the porridge. The crunch topping is GREAT and easily adaptable to whatever fruits and nuts you have on hand. I doubled it for one recipe of porridge.

    Recipe #109842

    1 Reviews |  By Kanzeda

    A very elegant looking dish from Martha Stewart Living (November 2001). I like to serve it with the grapes partially frozen.

    Recipe #72568

    2 Reviews |  By annbb

    This is a fantastic and different way to roast potatoes. It's great with grilled or roasted chicken and was featured in Martha Stewart Living with trout. From Martha's magazine: "Oregano is Greek for "joy of the mountain." Greek oregano has a more mild flavor than the Mexican variety usually found in the spice aisle of your supermarket. Look for Greek oregano at Italian or Greek markets." (Or you can order it from www.penzeys.com, a wonderful herb and spice shop.) Enjoy!

    Recipe #56257

    I got this recipe years ago...from a Martha Stewart show. It's suppose to be the real thing...and we like it!! I use the leftovers...to start a pot of chili!!!

    Recipe #115345

    This recipe is featured in Martha Stewart's Menus for Entertaining.

    Recipe #9256

    Originally from Martha Stewart.com.

    Recipe #12772

    Mac and cheese done Martha Stewart's way. :)

    Recipe #2910

    1 Reviews |  By Paulcm

    Use this recipe to make Marshmallow Treats aka PEEPS from Martha Stewart Living.

    Recipe #58104

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