Martha Stewart offers baking pointers for beginners and experts alike in this cooking series.
Sat., December 24, 2016
Martha brushes water above the sugar in the pot to prevent crystals from forming.
Martha demonstrates how to make green-tea-tuile ice cream cones.
Martha shows how to decorate a Napoleon cake.
Parchment paper is an effective and inexpensive liner for baking needs.
From layer cake to upside-down cake, Martha shares four favorite recipes.
Entertaining in the South Atlantic wouldn't be complete without a delicious dessert.
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