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  1. Fourth of July Cupcakes

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    They may not sparkle or explode, but these cupcakes are just the thing for your Fourth of July celebration. Bake cupcakes in foil cups, spread them generously with white frosting, and decorate with fresh blueberries and raspberries.

     

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    Martha Stewart Living, July/August 1996
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  2. How-To

    Uncorking Wine

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    How to use a waiter's friend, in three simple steps:

    1. With the corkscrew's blade, cut the foil under the second lip of the bottle (to prevent foil from falling in).

    2. Center the point of the screw on the cork, and turn firmly to anchor the worm (the spiral).

    3. Turn the screw gently and firmly without pressing down, until the worm is halfway down the cork. Place the lever on the lip of the bottle, and pull up until half the cork is exposed. Turn screw again, until the worm is through the cork, and then pull until the cork is free.

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    Martha Stewart Living, June 2010
  3. Cricut Cake Decorations

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    Martha likes to decorate sweet treats for special occasions with edible designs made with the Cricut Cake machine.

    The easy-to-use machine uses stainless steel blades to create professional-looking embellishments in minutes. Just choose a design and a size, and press "cut."

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    For more information, visit hsn.com.

    Source
    The Martha Stewart Show, September 2010
  4. How-To

    Carve a Rack of Lamb

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    Once the lamb has finished cooking, let it rest for at least 10 minutes (this will allow the juices to redistribute).

    1. Hold Two Rib Bones 

    To slice each rack into chops, hold the ends of two neighboring rib bones upright at one end of the rack. 

    2. Cut Between the Ribs 

    Source
    Martha Stewart Living, December 2010
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