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3D Printing, Martha Stewart, and a Trachea: MakerBot at CES 2015

While I’m not in the market for a 3D printer, there was a large section at CES 2015 to explore. We cannot turn our backs on this unique and foreign technology concept. 593 more words

3D Printing

Lake Erie Walleye Cakes

My husband used to go out on Lake Erie and furnish us with lots of walleye every year, but he got tired of that type of fishing (trolling) and mostly of cleaning fish. 489 more words


Martha Stewart´s Potato Croquettes

This is one of those yummy tapas that seems to please everyone. There are never any leftovers! This recipe is from Martha Stewart except I made two changes. 278 more words


Martha Stewart® C-Channel Wobbler Recycles

There was something elegant about the design of this Martha Stewart® wobbler for C-Channel. Maybe it was the subtle blue tint, or glossy vinyl stock, die-cut corner rounds or or C-channel mount. 778 more words

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The Late Night in Puglia That Gave Us Martha Stewart's One-Pan Pasta (+ 7 New Ones)

food52.com – Kristen Miglore

Every week, Food52’s Executive Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius.

Today: The one-pan pasta that took over the internet (and changed the way we think about cooking pasta)—plus 7 new spins. 96 more words


Rock in the Rough (the little farm that possibly could)

“It’s a rock in the rough,” Dennis said while we were looking at it.  Not diamond, rock.  It’s special, folks, and so long as one can look past the piles of belongings, the thick, dark drapes, and if one has watched Martha Stewart for decades and if one has been a subscriber of Country Living Magazine since one was twelve, then that one just may have the imagination and the thrill of the decorator ready to turn this place into a gem! 321 more words


Tried & True: Panera Bread Coffee Cake Dupe #FoodieFriday

I used to think you could only eat coffee cake with coffee. Like you could have coffee alone, but not the cake without coffee. This all changed in seventh grade when Charles H. 389 more words