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Using Parchment Paper

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Martha uses parchment paper to easily remove the contents out of the pan. Continue


Use Puff Pastry to Make an Asparagus Tart

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Frozen puff pastry is a quick way to make a tart. Try this asparagus tart recipe with Parmesan-Reggiano and Gruyere cheese. Continue


Get Vegetarian Ashkenazi Passover Recipes

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Passover has many dietary restrictions that are further complicated for non-meat eaters. PBS Food shares meatless Seder suggestions. Continue


Olive Oil Cake

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ChefSteps
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Well-loved for its rich flavor and smooth, tender texture, chiffon cake has been a staple in American baking since at least 1948. Our olive oil cake is a riff on the American classic. Continue


Prepare Cucumber Snap Pea Salad

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Lettuce isn't a requirement in this salad. This one has many shades of green, but more flavors than a regular salad. Continue


Make Roasted Cauliflower, Feta, and Lemon Pasta

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This pasta recipe is great for a weeknight meal. Swap in your preferred ingredients. Continue


Bar Cookies

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Bar cookies are one-pan wonders, delicious and simple to make. Join Martha as she prepares four very different kinds - peanut butter and jelly bars inspired by everyone’s favorite childhood combo, a rich and decadent brownie with a surprise ingredient, pecan bars with a sticky toffee-like topping, and a healthy fruit and nut energy bar. Continue


Breakfast

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Martha loves having guests for breakfast, and in this episode she shares four delicious recipes for that first, all-important meal of the day. Join her to make oven-baked French toast, a quiche filled with peas and ham, a strata made with fontina cheese, ham and onion and a German pancake known as a Dutch baby. Each is a mouthwatering way to start the day with friends and family. Continue


How Mushrooms Went From Fatal to Friendly

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The reputation of mushrooms have varied over history before it became a common ingredient. Continue


What Were the Most Popular Recipes in March?

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Check out the top recipes and posts on PBS Food during March 2014. Continue


Dinner Rolls

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Home cooks are often wary of baking bread, assuming you need a special oven to get bakery-quality results. And most home ovens do lack the key components that result in a soft, pull-apart interior and browned, crisped exterior. To get around that, we’ve adapted a technique popularized by Jim Lahey at Sullivan Street Bakery that essentially turns a covered heavy cast-iron pot into a bread oven. Continue


Homemade Peanut Butter Cups

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PBS Parents
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Create a healthier version of a childhood favorite with just two ingredients! Continue


Moving Pastry Dough

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Martha Bakes
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Martha shows an easy way to move pastry dough to baking pan by rolling it on to the pin. Continue


Dye Your Deviled Eggs for Easter

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PBS


Use beets, tumeric, and red cabbage to naturally dye your eggs this year. Continue


What Type of Farmers' Market Shopper Are You?

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PBS


Take our fun quiz to see how your farmers' market style stacks up before you buy groceries. Continue


Peeling Ginger

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Martha demonstrates how using a spoon is the best way to peel ginger. Continue


Chicken Roulade

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Traditionally, roulade is made of boneless, skinless chicken breasts stuffed with ingredients that mask the real flavor of the chicken itself. Though we love Mom's old recipe, we wanted a roulade that would better feature the real flavor and texture of chicken. We used Activa to achieve tight bonds in the meat, yielding a unique and flawless product, with golden, crispy skin included. Continue


Old-Fashioned Fruit Desserts

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Nothing beats an old-fashioned fruit dessert to show off the lusciousness of fresh, ripe fruit. In this premiere episode, Martha creates four of her favorites: peach cobbler, blueberry crisp, blackberry buckle, and pear brown betty. Each of these is delicious on its own, or paired with crème fraiche or a scoop of rich vanilla ice cream. Continue


Grill Brussels Sprouts to Add Smoky Flavor

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PBS


Drizzle mustard dressing over this side dish with caramelized onions. Continue


Springtime Calls for Roasted Radish Salad

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Combine lemon dressing, boiled eggs, arugula, and diced avocado for a spring salad. Continue


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