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Bridget Shirvell

Bridget is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.
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A Boston shaker or a cobbler will be the most important tool in your home bar.
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The beloved chef, writer, and teacher shares tips for making weeknight dinners, her go-to dishes, and more.
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No matter what you call it, this Thanksgiving essential has a place at the table.
She shares her approach to weeknight dinner and reflects on cooking with and for a sometimes picky eater.
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Here, she shares tips that make creating a meal night after night a whole lot easier.
The mom chef, cookbook author, and Food Network personality has sensible tips for preparing delicious, healthy, and fast meals.
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The cookbook author and television personality shares what's on her Rosh Hashanah table.
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The blogger behind Garden Betty and author of the popular The Backyard Fire Cookbook and The New Camp Cookbook shares her tips for cooking and eating outdoors.
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The owner and chef of the popular restaurant grew up clipping recipes from Martha Stewart Living, years later she became FaceTime friends with Martha.
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An expert decodes what's important and what's not.
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It's time to get familiar with what just might become the type of neighborhood you dream of living in.
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Shop our selection of cute, elegant, and just plain gorgeous egg cups. They're just what your soft boiled eggs have been waiting for.
Our tips will help you decide which size and shape (oval or round) is best for you.
Our tips will help you decide which size and shape (oval or round) is best for you.