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"From Martha's Kitchen" is the hit television program hosted by acclaimed author and home expert Martha Stewart. In each episode Martha will guide viewers through the essential kitchen tools, also expert cooking techniques to help make each dish turn out like it was on a magazine cover. She also helps viewers by giving expert advice on proper outdoor cooking techniques on both charcoal and propane barbeque grills. One unique perspective into world cuisine are the field trips that Martha takes to restaurants and small factories that produce unique global foodstuffs that can not be found elsewhere.

When not going on field trips, she is in the kitchen showing the viewers at home how to make signature baked goods that can be found in her cookbooks. Martha goes through each step of the baking process, along with time saving tips that help in baking pies, cakes and cookies. Along with baking are other forms of cooking that include techniques for preparing dishes that involve meat, fish and vegetables. She also speaks with world famous chefs about what they can tell her viewers about preparing dishes that are five star restaurant quality. Her past experience of writing cookbooks comes through on this daytime program that includes special guests that help out in the kitchen. Knowing Martha Stewart, she is always cooking up something in her kitchen on any given day.

Viewers can look at some of her show's episodes on viral videos to understand how certain dishes are made. Stewart has many suggestions for gifts that involve baked goods, candy and ready to mix drinks that are a perfect idea for the last minute gifts on special occasions. Watch her show today and learn something about cooking or baking that's available today.

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6 Seasons, 157 Episodes - Canceled/Ended
December 9, 2016
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From Martha's Kitchen Full Episode Guide

  • Create standout recipes with celebrated chef, Jody Adams, including wafer-thin parchment bread, and one of her signature dishes, duck with a green olive and balsamic sauce.

  • Authentic Moroccan cuisine, from Martha Kitchen. Chef Moha Orchid joins Martha with his techniques for demystifying the complexities of Moroccan cooking with his aromatic recipes for two classic tagines brimming with vegetables.

  • Cook a family steak dinner in minutes with Martha's spicy flank-steak recipe and iceberg wedge salad with blue cheese dressing. Then, a quick, last-minute baked grapefruit dessert. Plus, a blue cheese glossary from cheese purveyor Silverio Benitez.

  • Exotic fruits and spices. Discover a perfect use for persimmons - a delicious chutney - and a date whose destiny is to be the perfect appetizer. Travel to meet the ultimate spice collector.

  • Learn four quick cook dishes that take just minutes to prepare. Join Martha as she teaches Martha Stewart Television's editor, Dan Durand, how to make an impressive roasted chicken dinner for his family, and learn all about the technique for pan frying.

  • Put dinner on the table in no time with Martha's speedy and nutritious recipes for family-friendly roast chicken and surprisingly simple linguine with clams that take just minutes to prepare. Then, easy techniques for pan-frying steak.

  • Explore the exotic cuisine of Southeast Asia with acclaimed cookbook author, Jeffrey Alford. Learn to prepare rice noodles at home, including Jeffrey's secrets for successful stir-frying. Get a recipe for one of life's great simple dishes, Thai fried rice

  • Visit Manhattan's remarkable Fulton fish market, for an early morning tour with fish monger, Alan Pagano. Learn all you need to know about cooking a whole fish, with chef, David Pasternack, plus Seattle chef, Tom Douglas, shares his recipe for succulent.

  • Enjoy four sumptuous side dishes, from Martha's Kitchen. Discover how to put a twist on classic mashed potatoes, and stir up a pot of the creamiest spinach.

  • These brunch recipes are designed for entertaining...including what are some of the best Bloody Marys.Learn a spicy Mexican breakfast classic, Huevos Rancheros.Plus an impressive fruit filled variation on the traditional pancake, and a quick and nutritious

  • Cook a family steak dinner in minutes with Martha's spicy flank-steak recipe and iceberg wedge salad with blue cheese dressing. Then, a quick, last-minute baked grapefruit dessert. Plus, a blue cheese glossary from cheese purveyor Silverio Benitez.

  • Two famed Italian restaurateurs share some regional Italian classics. Join Silvano Marchetto as he stirs up a pot of his mother's minestrone. Learn the secrets to Biba Caggiano's Tagliatelle with Bolognese Ragù and a simple vegetable dish from the Amalfi

  • Its all apples and cranberries on this From Martha's Kitchen. Celebrate the bounty of fall and bake up a cookie rich with apple butter and currants. Create a sophisticated frozen confection, pear and cranberry sorbet filled pears.

  • Put dinner on the table in no time with Martha's speedy and nutritious recipes for family-friendly roast chicken and surprisingly simple linguine with clams that take just minutes to prepare. Then, easy techniques for pan-frying steak.

  • Join Martha as she stirs up some delicious soups, including her recipe for the creamiest tomato soup. Learn the secret to making deal two ideal one-pot meals: an authentic Portuguese kale soup and a Brazilian favorite filled chicken and yucca.

  • 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.

  • Celebrate fall with some classic combinations from Martha's Kitchen. Master the art of making a succulent roasted pork loin, and learn how to transform dried fruits into a delectable fruit compote.

  • Create a special autumn dinner to celebrate the season. Learn how to make a hearty winter salad and discover how Belgian beer is brewed at Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, New York.

  • Master the art of a classic Mexican soup and discover the technique for transforming fish into a refreshing ceviche. Rick Bayless, award winning chef and cookbook author, joins Martha for a lesson in taco making.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • For your very special Valentine: Martha Stewart and comic legend Bill Cosby create a heart-shaped chocolate ice cream sandwich. Plus, bake a heart-shaped cake. Then, a recipe for white hot chocolate that is sure to warm the heart.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Discover great ideas for celebrating summer, including the technique for a roasting a whole bird on the grill without a rotisserie, and a tip for grilling those hard to grill vegetables. Plus learn the secret to pulled pork sandwiches at Corky's.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Learn how to stock your pantry for simple summer cooking and master the art of grilled paillards for delicious rustic sandwiches. Plus an elegant lobster salad perfect for summer entertaining.

  • A taste of the unknown Mexico. Discover the true flavors of South of the Border cooking with Rick Bayless's recipes for Seared Fish in Escabeche, Shrimp in Green Almond Sauce, and a refreshing Mango and Jicama Salad. Plus tips for storing your spices.

  • An elegant dinner for any occasion. Master the art of poaching fish with Eberhard Müller for succulent Halibut in Tarragon Vegetable Broth. Plus a lesson in crêpe making with results that take dessert to a whole new level.

  • 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.

  • Renowned chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, returns to Martha's Kitchen. Discover an unbelievable salad made with an astonishing 27 vegetables and get the lowdown on a passion fruit pavlova.

  • Renowned chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, returns to Martha's Kitchen. Discover an unbelievable salad made with an astonishing 27 vegetables and get the lowdown on a passion fruit pavlova.

  • 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

  • Learn to make delectable sesame shrimp and Thailand's most well known noodle dish, pad Thai. Plus a lesson in making sea vegetables worth diving for.

  • The ultimate last course, from Martha's Kitchen. Create a seductive array of desserts, including an old-fashioned Black Bottom Pie and an impressive Plum Tart. Plus master the art of flambéing with Cherries Jubilee.

  • Earthy pleasures, from Martha's Kitchen. Learn the technique of braising with potatoes, mushrooms, and chestnuts. Unearth the essence of mushrooms with a perfect pâté. Plus a delicious Potato Galette.

  • Fabulous fish, from Martha's Kitchen. Master the art of filleting and learn the secret to a simple sole with rainbow vegetables. Plus a technique for smoking salmon at home.

  • 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.

  • Learn some secrets for elegant entertaining. Transform simple figs into delectable hors d'oeuvre. Create a sumptuous topping for oysters and encrust a delicate fish with herbs. Plus a surprisingly delicious Crème Fraîche Ice Cream.

  • That's Italian, from Martha's Kitchen. Master the art of stuffed artichokes and travel to an artichoke farm to learn how some of the world's best tasting artichokes are harvested. Plus the perfect pasta to pair with sausage and peas.

  • Discover delicious treats all made with jam. Learn how to make delectable Linzer sandwich cookies and an easy icebox bookie, striped with jam. Give an old classic a new twist with deliciously sweet and salty peanut butter and jelly bars.

  • Sweet touches from Martha's Kitchen...Explore the pleasures of baking with a perfect oatmeal cookie and a classic macaroon to a superb raspberry rhubarb pie. Plus a candy maker extraordinaire.

  • Celebrate the cuisine of the British Isles. Take the leap the leap into making Breakfast treats such as toad in the hole and kipper. Plus an irresistible Scottie shortbread cookie.

  • Explore the exciting cuisine of Spain... Learn about the Spanish traditional pairing of salty olives with dry sherry and join Chef Teresa Barrenechea for an amazing array of Tapas.

  • A simply elegant dinner...discover chef Jerry Traunfeld's expert techniques for a delicious herb-inspired menu you can create at home, including Sea Scallops with a Carrot-Marjoram Sauce and Apple, Rosemary & Caramel Shortcakes.

  • A celebration of cheese and fruit. Learn how to make goat cheese at Coach Farm and learn the technique for poaching fruit. Plus an elegant dessert based on a French classic, Mini Apple Tart Tatin.

  • Explore the essence of fresh herbs with a lesson in omelette making. Visit the legendary Herb farm restaurant where Chef Jerry Traunfeld combines his love of gardening and passion for cooking. Learn how he transforms sage & parsley into delicious tempura.

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