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Eleni N. Gage

Eleni is a freelance writer for Martha Stewart Living and MarthaStewart.com.
The beloved South Carolina cook chronicles Gullah Geechee cooking in her new book.
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This suspended plant holder adds a mod twist to your room, and keeps vines out of reach of curious toddlers and pets.
We'll explain why opposite hues on the color wheel make such a beautiful match, as well as reveal a few of-the-moment shade pairings to consider for your space.
Find out how to make these transformative handles using basket strips and ribbon, which mean you can turn anything into an Easter basket this year.
Think outside the Easter basket and nestle sweets into papier-mâché egg boxes adorned with these millinery-inspired blooms.
If you’re looking for Easter décor that’s both elegant and easy to tackle as a DIY project, the hunt ends here. Use blown-out eggs and ribbon to create these holiday accents, which look lovely when hung from dogwood or cherry blossom cuttings.
A few simple tweaks in the morning, afternoon, and evening can make a major difference.
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Transform these small spaces into major organization hubs.
Attempt the look on full-fledged rooms or via smaller design moments, like a floral arrangement—the choice is yours.
A few simple tweaks in the morning, afternoon, and evening can make a major difference.
Transform these small spaces into major organization hubs.
Attempt the look on full-fledged rooms or via smaller design moments, like a floral arrangement—the choice is yours.
Celebrate African American voices and educate yourself on Black history during February and beyond.
It's time for mindful eating, full-fat dairy, plenty of vegetables, and the occasional glass of wine. 
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From cut-out wolves and wall-crawling spiders to ghoulish kitchen maids and more, these paper crafts will get your home ready for All Hallows' Eve.
Enjoy a fall show by chugging along tree-lined tracks.
Mooncakes, which honor the harvest moon, come in a variety of different flavors, from mochi to mango.
Take a ripe, juicy bite out of Martha's new book by making six of her most gorgeous autumnal cakes, pastries, and pies.
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One extremely auspicious date, a secret eight-day engagement, and a restaurant with three Michelin stars: For a Washington, D.C., couple, those lucky numbers added up to an elegant elopement at a destination just 90 minutes from home.
We looked to our favorite fine china styles—including Royal Copenhagen, jasperware, and pierced creamware—for Easter egg inspiration and came up with techniques so remarkably simple, you'll want to pass them down, too.
We came up with a brand-new use for this garden staple.
In this age of tweeting and scrolling through feed, reading for pleasure has never been more important for our well-being. Yet nearly a quarter of Americans didn't crack a book last year. Here's how to make reading a daily practice that you—and your brain—will love.
Add a Shaker peg rail and it becomes the perfect landing spot.