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Our Favorite Martha Moments on Facebook Live

It was a tough choice!

Butter-delivering drones, pie-making with Jesse Tyler Ferguson ... it's never a dull moment when Martha's hosting a Facebook Live segment. Which is why we were so excited to hear that Martha is up for a Webby Award!


In honor of the nomination, we decided to look back at some of our favorite Martha Moments -- relive the fun (and sometimes funny) flashbacks below and don't forget to vote by April 20th at 11:59 PM PST using this link.

5. That time Martha's butter was delivered via drone

Did you know that Martha loves drones? She even owns one that she uses to take beautiful photos of the farm. How stunning!


Featured Recipes: Buttermilk Biscuits and Orange-Barley Pound Cake

4. That Time Michelin-Starred Chef Daniel Boulud Joined Martha in the Kitchen

They made ratatouille with baked eggs. Fun fact: Even though it's quite an old and classic French dish, we found out from Martha and Daniel that the word "ratatouille" did not occur in print until 1930.


Featured Recipe: Daniel Boulud's Ratatouille With Baked Eggs

3. That Time Martha Baked Pie With Jesse Tyler Ferguson

After Martha "threw" Jesse under the bus for a late start, the bantering duo whipped up a rhubarb-strawberry pie with a stunning lattice top. We learned that Martha likes using a round cylindrical rolling pin, but Jesse opts for one with handles.


Featured Recipe: Rhubarb-Strawberry Lattice Pie

2. That Time Martha and Seth Meyers "Tied the Knot"

Martha taught Seth to make pretzels for a special Valentine's Day edition of Facebook Live. They kicked things off with a bourbon cocktail, followed by a knot-tying tutorial. Martha also revealed one of the craziest Valentine's Day gifts she's ever gotten -- a giant drill box with a strand of pearls hidden inside. 


Featured Recipes: Soft Pretzels and Martha's Favorite Whiskey and Bourbon Cocktails

1. That Time Martha Gardened Live From Her Farm

Be sure to watch the entire video to see Martha show off her turkey talk!


Learn More: These are Martha's Favorite Vegetables to Grow