Slow cooking might seem synonymous with cold-weather comfort food, but you can use this technique to achieve flavor year-round—even summer! Turn out delicious summertime fare like ribs, tacos, pulled chicken, stuffed peppers, and more without ever turning on the oven or stove.
Take your holiday rib eye roast to the next level with this surprisingly easy technique.
Martha went to a cocktail party years ago that left a lasting impression—the menu was simple, but the guest reception was spectacular. Today she uses that same principle at her annual open house. Here, she shares her crowd-pleasing approach to shrimp cocktail and oysters on the half shell.
This trusty kitchen sidekick will help you make cozy, comforting meals fast.
Don't let that beautiful farmers'-market produce die a slow death in the crisper drawer! Learn to store all your favorite vegetables -- from artichokes to zucchini.
When the weather outside is frightful, these comforting classics are oh so delightful. Whether it's a "set it and forget it" slow-cooker recipe or an easy casserole, each one of these recipes is simple to prep, cook, and clean up afterward. Enjoy these recipes? Sign up to get our best pressure cooker recipes.
The right assortment of kitchen tools can reduce preparation time and also improve the flavor, texture, and presentation of the food you are preparing. This list will get you started, but you can learn about more time-saving tools in "Martha Stewart's Homekeeping Handbook."
No need to dial the phone or download an app—make these takeout-inspired recipes at home any night of the week.
Yes, you can bake better-for-you cakes, cookies, and breads without sacrificing on flavor! The trick is to incorporate less-processed grains and natural sweeteners. Not only do they enhance the taste of otherwise classic recipes, but they also impart a more interesting texture. These recipes are just a few of the wholesome sweet and savory treats waiting for you (along with all kinds of healthy baking tips) in Martha's latest cookbook, "A New Way to Bake."
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Can you cut up a chicken or frost a cake? Sure, learning to cook is an ongoing process, but these are the techniques we think you should know and use now. Every day in the kitchen will be easier once you have these basics. You can cook for yourself, and with this knowledge you will transform from a collegiate ramen-eater to a person who can handle the basics.
Roasts are the most classic all-occasion main dishes. From a simple roast chicken to a spectacular crown roast, this cooking method creates juicy meat and flavorful pan drippings from which to make gravy or just drizzle over the finished dish. Click through for our favorite roast recipes.
Embrace the marinade for your next chicken dinner -- not only will it infuse the meat with flavor, but with leaner cuts, such as cutlets or breast, a good marinade can help keep the meat tender and juicy. The marinating options are endless, use our recipes as a starting point for your culinary explorations.
As far as we’re concerned, every baby is royalty -- and we know mommies and daddies would all agree. Herald the arrival of the little prince or princess with one of these regal cakes.
So, you baked a delicious cake, and now you want to make it a feast for the eyes, too. Follow these tips and tricks for decorating and displaying your cake in style.
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Looking for the perfect sweet finish to your Sunday brunch or epic egg hunt? Here are 18 of our favorite Easter cupcake recipes.
While the most obvious solution for leftover wine is to drink it, it can also come in handy in the kitchen. The flavors and aromas add depth and sophistication to soups, stews, seafood dishes, fruity desserts, and so much more. Here's how to make the most of what's left in the bottle.
You've got two totes full of your farmers' market haul, but what's the best way to store everything—like your leafy greens, juicy tomatoes, sweet berries, corn, melons—until you're ready to use it? Our quick primer will help.
When you're hosting but can't decide what to serve, use these four-course menus for inspiration.