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Hootie Who's Who
For the 2013 American Made Awards, we rolled out the carpet and welcomed guests to Grand Central Terminal for a star-studded awards presentation, sneak-peek shopping event, and an American Made cocktail hour.
Chef Carla Hall, cohost of ABC's "The Chew" and "Top Chef" season 5 cheftestant, with Martha.
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Eye for Design
Interior designer Thom Filicia made a casual-cool appearance at the event.
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All That Glitters
The stage was set with a shimmering silver map of the United States.
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The Gift of Gab
Martha's cohost for the evening was Bravo's Andy Cohen, host of Watch What Happens Live. Martha introduced him with a warning to the crowd: "He grew up in Missouri and has a passion for communicating -- which is a nice way of saying that he never stops talking."
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Chef Bobby Flay helped present the 2013 Food Award to Woodberry Kitchen. He also brought Martha a cocktail for Andy's trademark drinking game.
"Every time Martha or I say 'maker,' let's take a little sip," Andy said.
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Model, actress, and avid gardener Christie Brinkley presented the 2013 Garden Award to Back to the Roots.
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Martha posed for a photo with Alejandro Velez and Nikhil Arora, founders of Back to the Roots, after the awards show.
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All nine honorees were represented by a display of their products in Grand Central Terminal. Spike and Amy Gjerde of Woodberry Kitchen showed off their Snake Oil Hot Sauce, which is made using heirloom Chesapeake region fish peppers.
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2013 Tech honorees Gart Davis and Stephen Fraser from Spoonflower accented their suits with patterned fabric pocket squares and bow ties. Spoonflower's website lets users design and print their own fabric, wallpaper, decals, and gift wrap.
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How Does Your Garden Grow?
2013 Sustainability honorees Karen and Colin Archipley of Archi's Acres brought a mini hydroponic system to the event to show attendees how they are able to run their farm using less water.
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Working for Peanuts
Adrian Reif, left, and Matt D'Amour, co-owners of Yumbutter sold jars of their delectable nut butters at the American Made Marketplace.
Read more about Yumbutter in the November issue of Martha Stewart Living.
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Pick a Pear
Seasonal caramel-dipped fruits hung from a sculptural tree designed by Peter Callahan Catering Company.
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Creative crudite sprouted from a grassy garden.
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Pile It On
Charcuterie trays featured dry-cured salami and chorizo from Charlito's Cocina.
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This year's logo was created by Anduin Havens at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. Anduin used epoxy to create a collage of silver snowflakes, baking utensils, glittery paint, and more.
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