Perri Ormont Blumberg

Perri is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.

Honey can actually last decades—but only if you store it correctly. Learn whether you should refrigerate honey, what do when it crystallizes, and more essential storage tips.
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You work closely with this big-day vendor—so be sure to cover every inch of ground.
Plan a celebration straight out of a Nancy Meyers film with these ideas, courtesy of two event planners.
Experts weigh in on big-day gratuities—and share exactly who to tip, how much to give, when, and how.
Find out exactly what an olive oil sommelier does—and learn expert tips for choosing and using everyone's favorite oil.
Plus, what to substitute for cilantro if you're cooking for someone with an aversion to the herb.
Here, we outline the cookware and pantry staples to pack for your next camping trip.
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This spice can transform a dish but it's expensive, so you'll want to use it smartly.
Our expert advice takes the guesswork out of stocking your kitchen with pots and pans.
Here, we outline the cookware and pantry staples to pack for your next camping trip.
This spice can transform a dish but it's expensive, so you'll want to use it smartly.
Our expert advice takes the guesswork out of stocking your kitchen with pots and pans.
Chefs and cooking teachers share what you should look for when selecting these kitchen essentials.
We'll also reveal the best way to wrap it (spoiler alert: it's not with plastic wrap!).
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Zero-proof spirits experts share what you need, and what you need to know, to make incredibly delicious booze-free cocktails at home.
Sommelier Victoria James shares how to select the best wine glasses, whether you're a beginning wine drinker or a seasoned wine enthusiast.
It can be hard to part with your beloved bakeware, but worn out pans will impact the quality of your baked goods.
Try spreading these healthy nut-free options on your toast, blending them into smoothies, and more.
Carbon steel pans have the best characteristics of stainless steel and cast iron. They're lightweight, can take high heat, and develop a natural nonstick patina over time.
Looking for perfectly melted cheese? Read on.
Unfortunately, the answer is no.
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Not every cheese can be frozen, though: The rule of thumb is that cheeses used in cooking tend to freeze better than those intended to be eaten on their own.
Plus, find out how the temperature of the food you're eating is important.
You'll want to follow all of them.
Experts share their advice for putting this multi-functional piece of bakeware to good use in your kitchen.
It's one of the top food trends for 2022 according to Whole Foods Market.