When I first started getting Everyday Food, I used to go through each issue and use sticky flags to mark the recipes I wanted to make. After going through more packs than I can count, I decided to switch from stickies to the more economical dog-earing of pages. Not as colorful, but far less expensive. This month I think I folded down more page corners than ever before. I wanted to make just about every recipe I saw.
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Love her or hate her, Martha Stewart has risen from a simple start in Nutley, New Jersey, to a top college to super-stardom. She's the power woman that people love to hate. And she's the happy-homemaker extraordinaire that showed women everywhere that it's cool to love crafting, cooking and catering. She might have hit some serious bumps in the road (shout out to the cell block!), but she's picked herself up, dusted off, and risen back to the top.
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