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By Erika Owen
October 23, 2018
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Want the scoop on everything and all things Martha? You're in luck. She recently sat down with DailyMailTV to spill on some of her upcoming projects as well as a few personal details around her friendship with Snoop Dogg, among other topics. The first part of the two-part interview was aired on Monday with the second part airing today.

First, for our culinary connoisseurs: Get excited for a new book of recipes-Martha's ninety-first cookbook to date-utilizing the pressure cooker. For this particular interview with DailyMailTV, Martha cooked up a meal (a Moroccan feast, for those wondering) for host Jesse Palmer using her new pressure cooker, which is available for purchase on Amazon here.

She also shared with Palmer that she's already working on her one hundredth cookbook and has no intention at all of slowing down. And if you were interested in knowing what Martha is dressing up as for Halloween this year, you're in for a treat (it's queenly, for sure). Check back with us later this weekend for the details.

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When it comes to Snoop Dogg (her friend of more than a decade), she says she "loves working with the very smart rapper," and that she hopes to meet his children very soon. Martha is heading into her third season of "Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party."

But her onscreen collaboration with Snoop isn't her only TV moment; Martha is also a judge on Food Network's "Chopped," which she joined in April. You might notice that she only eats with chopsticks on the show, and there's a reason for that. "People are always saying, 'Why are you eating with chopsticks?' Because I mean, I want a taste. With chopsticks you can't pick up too much. 'I mean some are really bad and some are really good and some are just a namby-pamby.'"

Watch part one of her interview with DailyMailTV here, then continue on for more moments with Martha in part two:


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