When Mario Bosquez, host of "Living Today," began working at Martha Stewart Living Radio, his friend gave him this wonderful apron. It reads, "Es una buena cosa!" which means "It's a good thing," aka, Martha's catchphrase.
As a kid, "Everyday Food" producer Lisa Mantineo used to fight with her two sisters over wearing this retro apron. "When I put it on to take this picture, not only did a ton of memories come flooding back to me, but it still had the scent of my childhood -- Play-Doh and cookies," she explains.
"Morning Living" and "Everyday Food" co-host Betsy Karetnick received this polka-dotted and paisley-printed apron from a pal. "My friend thought it was cute, and she knows how much I love to cook," explains Betsy.
This apron belonged to Sandy Gluck's good friend Richard Sax, who was an excellent cook and author. Richie left his apron to Sandy, and every time she puts it on she thinks of him. Sandy is the co-host of "Everyday Food."
Web editor Alexis Tirado is rocking a Johnny Rockets apron. She worked at the restaurant during college. "I always use this apron to cook because it's long -- splotches of food won't hit my legs!" she says.
Kim Fernandez, co-host of "Morning Living" loves grilling with her Taste of the NFL apron because it's fabulously long and super comfy! "It also brings back fond memories of our "Morning Living" live broadcast from Phoenix a few years ago," says Kim.
Lauren Gould, associate producer for "Living Today," created this monogrammed apron at a sewing class for Martha Stewart employees. "It's cute for hosting parties and serving food to my guests," explains Lauren.