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American Artisans: Martha Stewart's Favorites & More

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A long-time bee keeper wins the award

The Audience Choice Award for the inaugural Martha Stewart Presents American Made small business competition went to Brian Howell, who has kept his own beehives and operated Bee Man Candle Company since he was 13 years old. He intends to use his $10,000 cash prize to build educational installations in his New York State retail store.


I Tried Martha Stewart’s Basic Pie Dough

Many consider Martha Stewart the queen of modern hosting. Fans are devoted to her recipes — whether it’s mac and cheese or holiday turkeys — partially because they’re tasty, of course, but also because she makes them all look so easy to master at home. Her pie crust recipe is no exception. Ask a half-dozen friends for pie crust recommendations, and I guarantee at least two of them will mention Martha.

This month, as Kitchn editors are trying out some of the most popular holiday recipes in our own kitchens, it was a no-brainer to include Martha Stewart’s pie crust recipe. I test-drove the crust alongside some other heavy hitters, including Alton Brown, Ina Garten, and Ree Drummond. Mixing, rolling, and baking these pie doughs side by side quickly showed each of their successes and highlighted their flaws. Of all of them, Martha’s instructions were the shortest — almost to the point of being too short. Here’s what happened when I followed them exactly.


I Tried Martha Stewart’s Basic Pie Dough

Many consider Martha Stewart the queen of modern hosting. Fans are devoted to her recipes — whether it’s mac and cheese or holiday turkeys — partially because they’re tasty, of course, but also because she makes them all look so easy to master at home. Her pie crust recipe is no exception. Ask a half-dozen friends for pie crust recommendations, and I guarantee at least two of them will mention Martha.

This month, as Kitchn editors are trying out some of the most popular holiday recipes in our own kitchens, it was a no-brainer to include Martha Stewart’s pie crust recipe. I test-drove the crust alongside some other heavy hitters, including Alton Brown, Ina Garten, and Ree Drummond. Mixing, rolling, and baking these pie doughs side by side quickly showed each of their successes and highlighted their flaws. Of all of them, Martha’s instructions were the shortest — almost to the point of being too short. Here’s what happened when I followed them exactly.


I Tried Martha Stewart’s Basic Pie Dough

Many consider Martha Stewart the queen of modern hosting. Fans are devoted to her recipes — whether it’s mac and cheese or holiday turkeys — partially because they’re tasty, of course, but also because she makes them all look so easy to master at home. Her pie crust recipe is no exception. Ask a half-dozen friends for pie crust recommendations, and I guarantee at least two of them will mention Martha.

This month, as Kitchn editors are trying out some of the most popular holiday recipes in our own kitchens, it was a no-brainer to include Martha Stewart’s pie crust recipe. I test-drove the crust alongside some other heavy hitters, including Alton Brown, Ina Garten, and Ree Drummond. Mixing, rolling, and baking these pie doughs side by side quickly showed each of their successes and highlighted their flaws. Of all of them, Martha’s instructions were the shortest — almost to the point of being too short. Here’s what happened when I followed them exactly.


I Tried Martha Stewart’s Basic Pie Dough

Many consider Martha Stewart the queen of modern hosting. Fans are devoted to her recipes — whether it’s mac and cheese or holiday turkeys — partially because they’re tasty, of course, but also because she makes them all look so easy to master at home. Her pie crust recipe is no exception. Ask a half-dozen friends for pie crust recommendations, and I guarantee at least two of them will mention Martha.

This month, as Kitchn editors are trying out some of the most popular holiday recipes in our own kitchens, it was a no-brainer to include Martha Stewart’s pie crust recipe. I test-drove the crust alongside some other heavy hitters, including Alton Brown, Ina Garten, and Ree Drummond. Mixing, rolling, and baking these pie doughs side by side quickly showed each of their successes and highlighted their flaws. Of all of them, Martha’s instructions were the shortest — almost to the point of being too short. Here’s what happened when I followed them exactly.


I Tried Martha Stewart’s Basic Pie Dough

Many consider Martha Stewart the queen of modern hosting. Fans are devoted to her recipes — whether it’s mac and cheese or holiday turkeys — partially because they’re tasty, of course, but also because she makes them all look so easy to master at home. Her pie crust recipe is no exception. Ask a half-dozen friends for pie crust recommendations, and I guarantee at least two of them will mention Martha.

This month, as Kitchn editors are trying out some of the most popular holiday recipes in our own kitchens, it was a no-brainer to include Martha Stewart’s pie crust recipe. I test-drove the crust alongside some other heavy hitters, including Alton Brown, Ina Garten, and Ree Drummond. Mixing, rolling, and baking these pie doughs side by side quickly showed each of their successes and highlighted their flaws. Of all of them, Martha’s instructions were the shortest — almost to the point of being too short. Here’s what happened when I followed them exactly.


I Tried Martha Stewart’s Basic Pie Dough

Many consider Martha Stewart the queen of modern hosting. Fans are devoted to her recipes — whether it’s mac and cheese or holiday turkeys — partially because they’re tasty, of course, but also because she makes them all look so easy to master at home. Her pie crust recipe is no exception. Ask a half-dozen friends for pie crust recommendations, and I guarantee at least two of them will mention Martha.

This month, as Kitchn editors are trying out some of the most popular holiday recipes in our own kitchens, it was a no-brainer to include Martha Stewart’s pie crust recipe. I test-drove the crust alongside some other heavy hitters, including Alton Brown, Ina Garten, and Ree Drummond. Mixing, rolling, and baking these pie doughs side by side quickly showed each of their successes and highlighted their flaws. Of all of them, Martha’s instructions were the shortest — almost to the point of being too short. Here’s what happened when I followed them exactly.


I Tried Martha Stewart’s Basic Pie Dough

Many consider Martha Stewart the queen of modern hosting. Fans are devoted to her recipes — whether it’s mac and cheese or holiday turkeys — partially because they’re tasty, of course, but also because she makes them all look so easy to master at home. Her pie crust recipe is no exception. Ask a half-dozen friends for pie crust recommendations, and I guarantee at least two of them will mention Martha.

This month, as Kitchn editors are trying out some of the most popular holiday recipes in our own kitchens, it was a no-brainer to include Martha Stewart’s pie crust recipe. I test-drove the crust alongside some other heavy hitters, including Alton Brown, Ina Garten, and Ree Drummond. Mixing, rolling, and baking these pie doughs side by side quickly showed each of their successes and highlighted their flaws. Of all of them, Martha’s instructions were the shortest — almost to the point of being too short. Here’s what happened when I followed them exactly.


I Tried Martha Stewart’s Basic Pie Dough

Many consider Martha Stewart the queen of modern hosting. Fans are devoted to her recipes — whether it’s mac and cheese or holiday turkeys — partially because they’re tasty, of course, but also because she makes them all look so easy to master at home. Her pie crust recipe is no exception. Ask a half-dozen friends for pie crust recommendations, and I guarantee at least two of them will mention Martha.

This month, as Kitchn editors are trying out some of the most popular holiday recipes in our own kitchens, it was a no-brainer to include Martha Stewart’s pie crust recipe. I test-drove the crust alongside some other heavy hitters, including Alton Brown, Ina Garten, and Ree Drummond. Mixing, rolling, and baking these pie doughs side by side quickly showed each of their successes and highlighted their flaws. Of all of them, Martha’s instructions were the shortest — almost to the point of being too short. Here’s what happened when I followed them exactly.


I Tried Martha Stewart’s Basic Pie Dough

Many consider Martha Stewart the queen of modern hosting. Fans are devoted to her recipes — whether it’s mac and cheese or holiday turkeys — partially because they’re tasty, of course, but also because she makes them all look so easy to master at home. Her pie crust recipe is no exception. Ask a half-dozen friends for pie crust recommendations, and I guarantee at least two of them will mention Martha.

This month, as Kitchn editors are trying out some of the most popular holiday recipes in our own kitchens, it was a no-brainer to include Martha Stewart’s pie crust recipe. I test-drove the crust alongside some other heavy hitters, including Alton Brown, Ina Garten, and Ree Drummond. Mixing, rolling, and baking these pie doughs side by side quickly showed each of their successes and highlighted their flaws. Of all of them, Martha’s instructions were the shortest — almost to the point of being too short. Here’s what happened when I followed them exactly.


I Tried Martha Stewart’s Basic Pie Dough

Many consider Martha Stewart the queen of modern hosting. Fans are devoted to her recipes — whether it’s mac and cheese or holiday turkeys — partially because they’re tasty, of course, but also because she makes them all look so easy to master at home. Her pie crust recipe is no exception. Ask a half-dozen friends for pie crust recommendations, and I guarantee at least two of them will mention Martha.

This month, as Kitchn editors are trying out some of the most popular holiday recipes in our own kitchens, it was a no-brainer to include Martha Stewart’s pie crust recipe. I test-drove the crust alongside some other heavy hitters, including Alton Brown, Ina Garten, and Ree Drummond. Mixing, rolling, and baking these pie doughs side by side quickly showed each of their successes and highlighted their flaws. Of all of them, Martha’s instructions were the shortest — almost to the point of being too short. Here’s what happened when I followed them exactly.