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Guided by the classic tastes of a trend-setting domestic guru, Martha Stewart Living celebrates the simple things in life. From tips on gardening and collecting to creating and entertaining, each issue of this award-winning publication dishes readers with a healthy dose of fresh ideas and tips to transform everyday activities into fun and easy experiences. With delicious recipes challenging enough for a pro and easy enough for a beginner, Martha Stewart Living has something to offer everyone. The magazine itself is impeccably organized, true to Martha fashion, with each vibrant feature filed into its own section of "cooking," "keeping," "crafts," "home," and "collecting." You'll find a seemingly endless array of detailed instructions and full-color photos to teach you how to become a whiz at the area of your choice. With coverage of all areas of the home, plus weddings, baby showers, and holidays, no magazine does it better than Martha Stewart Living.
Dear Martha, I made a blueberry pie today using your Nov. 2012 pie crust for the marionberry recipe. Since I had leftover pie crust, I decided to roll the remainder dough in raw sugar several times until it was completed inbedded, and cut cookies and placing an almond in the center. The cookies came out beautiful and so delicious. Who would ever thought that cookies can be made out of pie crust and no need to use eggs and all that other stuff. Just wanted to let you know and I think, I might even try to grind some anise seeds and try it on another batch. Thanks for all you do and Happy Mothers' Day.
What a really beautiful magazine for April - so springy and the cover is stunning. I couldn't wait to begin reading through. All the Easter decorations that even little fingers can manage is just what I was hoping to find inside the cover. It has really go my juices going and I may have to run outside and start shoveling the last of winter away and start looking for little green sprouts in the flower beds. Thanks so much, Martha Stewart Living!
I keep very few magazines and this magazine is not one that I find easy to get rid of. The substance in this magazine is amazing. So many magazines simply present ideas and replicating them is up to you. "Living" provides every detail a reader needs to accomplish these ideas at home. Definitely worth the price.
Love, Love, Love the magazine - so many great ideas recipes, crafts, gardening etc....
In fact, I like to organize & archive my favorite ideas, articles, recipes into 3 ring binders so that I have a great method of taking action on all of these fabulous ideas. The only problem is, (And I know Martha, you will understand this well) the recipes & projects & their coordinating pictures & how to's are mixed throughout, so it is difficult to capture the essence of a single topic on each page, making it a complete headache to attempt to keep and continue to make good use of the magazine. I love the recipes w/ the pic on the same pages, & would love to see the magazine more consistent in the way it is organized.
What can I say? I love all things Martha Stewart! The woman truly gets it. She is to be highly commended and continually awarded for having the brillance, insight and vision of knowing exactly what appeals to her loyal readers and consumers.
Martha Stewart gives so many homemakers/entertainers something to strive for. She makes us all want to push ourselves even further in our ongoing pursuit of achieving top quality. I truly admire and appreciate how hard she works and all that she imparts to others. She is a true visionary!