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  1. Web Exclusive: The Story Behind Cassoulet

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    Martha shares a little history about cassoulet, the hearty French stew she prepared during her primetime Christmas special, "Martha Stewart's Holiday Open House." Take a look. 

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    For more information about the Christmas special, visit the TV page.

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    Martha Stewart's Holiday Open House
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  2. 3 Ways to Use Caramelized Onions

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    In Sandwiches
    Instead of mayonnaise, spread a spoonful of caramelized onions on your favorite sandwich, or use it to top burgers.

    In Salad Dressings
    For a richer flavor, whisk roughly chopped caramelized onions into vinaigrettes.

    In Side Dishes
    Stir caramelized onions into cooked lentils or rice pilaf, or toss with vegetables.

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    Everyday Food, December 2009
  3. Lighter Than Air Mashed Potatoes

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    For fluffier mashed potatoes, try this: After boiling and draining the spuds, return them to the pot. Stir over low heat for several minutes, until all the moisture has evaporated, and then mash as usual.

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    Martha Stewart Living, November 2007
  4. 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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    How to Protect Cookbooks from Food Splatters

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    Cooking can be messy business, but your cookbooks don't have to show it. To keep one pristine -- and open to the page you're using -- just place it inside a plastic envelope from an office-supply store.

    Clear horizontal envelope, 18 inches by 12 inches, $3.50, paperpresentation.com.

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    Martha Stewart Living, February 2011
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