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Good Thing: Peanut Butter Sandwiches
Martha Stewart makes a twist to the traditional peanut butter sandwich with such ingredients as cherries, granola, bananas, strawbery jam, marshmallow, blueberries, sliced apples, and raisins.
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Quick-Stitch Purse Project Perfect for Kids
This quick-stitch purse is the perfect way to introduce children to sewing, as you create an adorable little purse for their belongings.
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How to Make a Wooden Bowl
Martha takes on woodshopping and learns how to make a wooden bowl from scratch.
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Fresh Peach Buckle Recipe
The buckle is very similar to a coffee cake but with fruit added in. Excellent for breakfast or dessert, the ground cinnamon and sliced almonds lend a sweet and nutty flavor to the juicy peaches. It’s a wonderfully comforting treat!
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How to Make Your Own Canoe Paddle
Nick Offerman of Offerman Woodshop shows Martha how to make a lightweight canoe paddle.
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Black Tea and Citrus Pitcher
Lucinda Scala Quinn and her son, Calder Quinn, stir up cold tea with orange juice, assemble pulled pork sandwiches with coleslaw, and serve up grilled peaches topped with vanilla ice cream.
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How to Roast Perfectly Crisp Vegetables
If you love roasted vegetables, especially crispy potatoes, you’ll really appreciate this innovative solution to cutting down on roasting time while preventing them from ending up soggy on one side.
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30-Minute Real Deal Chili Recipe
For an authentic take on old-school Texas-style chili, try making it without the familiar ingredients of tomatoes and beans. You’ll find that as the flavor of the ground beef slowly cooks down, it blends incredibly well with the hearty spices of cumin, paprika, and oregano. Bacon adds a smoky flavor, and masa harina -- or fine cornmeal -- helps thicken it, creating a meaty, rich, and flavorful meal.
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Emeril's Must-Have Kitchenware
The right cookware is essential to successful cooking, so Emeril shows some brides-to-be the most useful equipment to have in a kitchen. A wok is ideal to make a quick and easy stir-fried Plus, a cast-iron skillet is perfect to prepare steak fajitas.
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DIY Sequined-String Bracelets
Sequins always make great jewelry but this is a different way of using them. Erin Furey creates a fun, easy and stylish sequined bracelet by stacking the sequins instead of laying them flat. Give it a try and make some for your friends!