Amy Sherman, Freelance Writer

Amy Sherman

Amy Sherman is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.
This might be the heritage turkey you need this holiday season.
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It's quick-cooking, versatile to use, naturally gluten-free, and packed with nutrients.
We can get behind a trend that produces a melty, gooey, warm, and comforting dish—and there are so many options.
Two experts share their tips for getting this big piece of meat right.
Say goodbye (or at least see you later!) to your grill: Once you bring home our picks, you can look forward to smoking ribs, brisket, and more.
Don't save this delicious meat for spring holidays! Instead, try preparing these more affordable cuts any day of the week.
We're sharing all you need to know about this special type of meat, including how to cook it.
It's the most essential and inexpensive kitchen tool.
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Plus, find out what types of thermometers are best.
An expert lays out how these favorite European hams stack up for your charcuterie board.
How to be sure it's not reaching the correct temperature and what you can do to fix it.
Experts weigh-in on the best techniques and explain whether or not freezing your dairy products is a good idea.
These techniques work on beef, pork, poultry, and lamb.
Whether you're looking to minimize time spent at the grocery store or ready to try a smaller bird for your feast, here's what you need to know to shop smart.
We explain what this and other common seafood labels really mean.
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The key is to use a little of this fragrant ingredient—and the results are sublime.
It's the best thing for pancakes, burgers, fajitas, and more.
This classic spice has several very different personalities.
It's fast and safe so why aren't we all cooking with induction?
Here's what you need to know to get started cooking low and slow with wood chips for that smoked to perfection flavor.
Find out what to use if you don't have buttermilk, sour cream, or yogurt you need.
It's a good alternative to visiting to the grocery store.
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We love using leftovers but when is it safer to toss them?
Plus, find out which vegetables freeze best and which should not be frozen.
We're sharing expert advice on prepping, packing, and delivering the cakes, cookies, breads, and pies you've been busy baking.