Showcasing the best classic cooking ideas from Martha Stewart, “From Martha’s Kitchen” features all-time favorite recipes, essential techniques, and easy tips for simple weeknight meals and easy, elegant entertaining.
Discover treats “jammed” with flavor: First, Martha makes a perfect peanut-butter-and-jam bar and shares a recipe for the linzer sandwich cookie. Next, make the most of yogurt by adding a layer of jam. Plus, cookies striped with jam
Chefs George Germon and Johanne Killeen of Al Forno restaurant join Martha to cook simple and flavorful double corn polenta with tomatoes and basil. Then, a quick corn-fritters breakfast dish, and a lesson in how to properly cook, cut, and freeze corn.
Martha and her personal trainer Lisa Lynn cook up a nutritious and kid-friendly sole with rainbow vegetables dish. Then, a quick grilled tuna steaks recipe and an elegant hot smoked salmon that can be made on the stovetop. Plus, how to fillet a fish.
What should you serve your hungry guests on Super Bowl Sunday? First, cook up a big pot of spicy chicken chili. Then cook up a variety of sausages and serve with mustard. Plus, perfect brownies, rich and decadent, made of deep, dark chocolate.
Home cook Eleanora Scarpetta shares a family recipe for Italian meatballs in a traditional tomato sauce that is sure to become a favorite in your home. Then, chef Mark Strausman’s recipe for a romantic chicken piccata dinner, plus mushrooms with polenta.
New York firefighters share cooking tips for a Super Bowl party. First, “false alarm” chili, an easy-to-make vegetarian chili, along with some fire-safety tips. Next, an eggplant caviar dip. Make cornbread with red pepper butter to go with the chili.
Martha shows how to prepare a succulent roast pork loin with her easy-to-follow recipe and techniques, and serves it with a luscious fruit compote of pears, apricots, and cherries. On the side, a vibrant green salad drizzled with homemade vinaigrette.
Martha shares techniques for cooking the perfect fried eggs and delectable French toast, delicious and satisfying ways to start off your day. Plus, a tour of how the Doughnut Plant's old-fashioned doughnuts are made, and pineapple cutting tips.
Discover favorite sweet, tart recipes and clever ideas for one of Martha’s favorite things: lemons. Prepare light and airy Meyer lemon mousse served in lemon shells for a beautiful dessert. Plus, how to make lemon-scented sugar and a lemon garnish.