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25th Anniversary Special Issue

Martha grew up in a hardworking Polish-American family where crafting, baking, cooking, gardening, sewing, and building were everyday activities. From the outset, she envisioned Martha Stewart Living as a how-to brand, and she insisted that every recipe and instruction be thorough and accurate. Yet for a lot of people, it’s hard to justify making anything at all by hand. If it can be bought, why bother? Because creating matters. When you make something yourself, it acquires significance and meaning—it gains a backstory—and it connects you to something vital and creative in your core.

Shore Things

Sea glass earrings
Sea glass tabletop
Sea glass mobile

Vive La Tarte!

Berries and Cream Tartlets
Apricot-Blackberry Puff Pastry Tart
Roasted Apple Tartlets
Sour Cherry Clafoutis
Milk Chocolate Pistachio Tart
Fig-and-Strawberry Tart
Orange-Almond Crème Brǔlée Tartlets
Almond-Financier Tartlets

Sticks and Stones

Project How-tos

White Magic

Vichyssoise with Cauliflower and Buttermilk
Garlic-Rosemary Pizza Bianca with Olive Oil, Garlic, and Coarse Salt
Li’s Steamed Chinese Chicken with Three Dipping Sauces
Sliced Broiled Scallops on the Half Shell with Beurre Blanc
Coconut-Topped Meringues Infused with Vanilla Bean
Vanilla Custard Served in Eggshells
Napa Cabbage Salad with Mirin Dressing
Savory Coeurs la Creme

Stripes of a Different Color

Dying How-to

Crimson Tide

Cranberry-Poached Pears
Cranberry and Vanilla Pavlova
Cranberry, Apple, and Maple Phyllo

Puff Pastry

 

Puff Pastry
Vol-au-Vent
Raspberry Tart
Cheese Straws
Butterflies
Sacristain
Cream Horns
Palmiers
Bouchées
Chocolate Turnover

 

Good Things

Fireworks Cookies
Royal Icing
Easter Egg Puzzle Cookies
Sugar “Plums”

 

Food 101

Giblet Stock
Chestnut Rye Stuffing

 

Painted Floors

Project How-tos

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