Recuts of episodes from the original PBS series are available on our YouTube channel just in time to inspire your own holiday baking.

By Kelly Vaughan
November 20, 2020
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As the holiday season approaches, there's no better time to turn to Martha Stewart for baking advice. Our founder's popular PBS show Martha Bakes has been recut to air on YouTube and we couldn't be more excited to learn from the very best. Each Friday at 10 a.m. EST, an episode of Martha Bakes will be revived from the archives, recut, and re-aired on our YouTube channel. Viewers will get a first-hand look at how Martha masters the art of rolling pie crust, decorating cakes, torching meringue, and so much more.

Over the course of the show, Martha demonstrated how to make everything from a Classic New York Style Cheesecake to the perfect pâte brisée and pâte sucrée for pumpkin, apple, and pecan pies. And it wasn't just full recipes that our founder set out to share with fans around everywhere. She also shared her genius tips and tricks for baking picture-perfect desserts. Whether you're looking for a new cake recipe or the perfect finishing touches—like chocolate curls made using a bench scraper, the best technique for piping meringue atop a lemon curd pie, or how to expertly decorate cupcakes with buttercream frosting—Martha can show you.

The recut episodes come on the heels of the release of her 97th cookbookMartha Stewart's Cake Perfection ($16.91,—and the excitement around Martha Bakes is just further proof that our founder always has a new technique or savvy idea to share with her fans.

Want to start watching? The first episode is on our YouTube channel right now, so grab a whisk, pre-heat your oven, and sift some flour as you follow Martha's lead and bake along to each new lesson.


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