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Dinner Tonight: Martha Stewart's Chicken and Kale Casserole

Dinner Tonight Blake Royer Post a comment

Baked pasta dishes should be hearty, but sometimes they turn out heavy, too—and those two things don't necessarily need to go hand in hand. Sure, it's easy enough to load up a baking dish with pasta and cheese and meat and whatever else, but this recipe from Martha Stewart is a little more delicate. There's plenty of kale to stand in for some of the pasta, and an airy ricotta to keep things light. More

Martha Stewart's Chicken and Kale Casserole

Serious Eats Blake Royer 9 comments

Baked pasta dishes should be hearty, but sometimes they turn out heavy, too—and those two things don't necessarily need to go hand in hand. Sure, it's easy enough to load up a baking dish with pasta and cheese and meat and whatever else, but this recipe from Martha Stewart is a little more delicate. There's plenty of kale to stand in for some of the pasta, and an airy ricotta to keep things light. More

Dinner Tonight: Tomato, Rice, and Andouille Soup

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 6 comments

I make no claims of this soup's authenticity, and to be fair, neither does Martha Stewart. But if you're looking for a dead simple and flavorful soup, it's hard to find a better example than this specimen from Martha Stewart's Dinner at Home. Comforting without being heavy, this rice soup comes together in about 30 minutes, and yet tastes like it took hours. More

Dinner Tonight: Corn Cakes with Goat Cheese and Bacon

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 3 comments

It's that time of year (at least in the Midwest) when it's nearly impossible to stumble across a bad ear of corn. They are obviously wonderful when cooked simply and slathered in butter, but I'm also a fan of taking the fantastically sweet kernels off the cob and using them to perk up what would normally be a standard dish. This recipe from Martha Stewart would probably be fine with frozen corn, but using the best stuff makes a real difference. More

Dinner Tonight: Lettuce Hearts with Serrano, Fried Croutons and Tomatoes

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 5 comments

Just when I think I've combined bread, lettuce, cured ham, and tomatoes in every conceivable way, I stumble across a new delicious way to get it done. This recipe from Martha Stewart's Dinner At Home uses the hearts from four heads of Boston lettuce as a base (you can save the outer leaves for another salad) and then adds crunchy croutons, crispy ham, and sautéed cherry tomatoes. None of these elements sound particularly interesting on their own, but each manages to have a little edge. More

Dinner Tonight: Cornbread and Beef Skillet Pie

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 13 comments

It's not often that I have pounds of ground beef in my fridge and burgers aren't planned for dinner that evening. But I really wanted to try something new. I initially considered meatloaf, but I couldn't find the right recipe (do you have one for me?). Then I came across this recipe from Martha Stewart for a cornbread and beef skillet pie with red peppers and mushrooms. While the meat portion of the dish sounded good, I was ultimately sold on the biscuits that cooked on top. More

Dinner Tonight: Salmon with Roasted Cauliflower

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 2 comments

Though salmon is mentioned first in the title, this Martha Stewart recipe is really about the cauliflower. The vegetable gets a lot of love here, including a rub-down with minced garlic, anchovies, red pepper flakes, and extra virgin olive oil. It's then roasted in a hot oven until slightly blackened in spots, and utterly delicious. More

"Martha Stewart's Pies and Tarts" Pop-Up Shop

New York Kathy YL Chan 7 comments

[Photo: Kathy YL Chan] I didn't expect there to be so many people at the "Martha Stewart's Pies and Tarts" Pop-Up Shop taking place in the West Village this weekend, but come prepared with with lots of patience. There... More

Jam Thumbprints

Serious Eats The Serious Eats Team 2 comments

Baked for the 2010 Serious Eats Cookie Swap Hannah Smith-Drelich, SE intern Adapted from Martha Stewart Magazine Holiday Cookies 2010... More

Video: Martha Stewart and Stephen Colbert Make Mayo and Kool Aid-Topped Wonderbread

Robyn Lee 7 comments

When Martha Stewart appeared on the Colbert Report yesterday, she didn't demonstrate her culinary prowess—Colbert demonstrated his. You'll be topping Wonder Bread with mayonnaise and Kool Aid mix, and smashing liverwurst and ketchup together to make a spread in no time. More

Dinner Tonight: Cheese Flautas with Cilantro Pesto

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 4 comments

I usually don't look to Martha Stewart for my Mexican recipes. (That's what Rick Bayless is for.) But for some reason I couldn't get past this one. I think what sold me were the pumpkin seeds. Usually flautas, sometimes called taquitos, are stuffed with ground beef and cheddar cheese. They can be good in a gut-bomb kind of way, but that's about it. On the other hand, these featured pumpkin seeds which are ground with the garlic and cilantro to create a kind of pesto. More

Dinner Tonight: Pasta with Spring Herbs

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 6 comments

I'm not sure it gets much simpler than this recipe. You cook some pasta, drain, then toss it in a large bowl with the rest of the ingredients. Honestly. You won't have to sauté loads of ingredients or simmer things for hours. It all comes together during the time it takes to boil the pasta. More

Giant Ginger Cookies

Serious Eats Tam Ngo Post a comment

Dinner Tonight: Escarole Salad with Squash and Cheddar

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger Post a comment

[Photograph: Nick Kindelsperger] Now this is the kind of salad I love. There is no need for twenty ingredients or a gloppy dressing to get in the way. No, all that's needed in this late-fall dish from Martha Stewart is... More

David and the Giant Peach

New York Claire Sellers 4 comments

[Photo: Maro Hagopian] On "At Martha's Table," broadcast live by Sirius Radio last week, Martha Stewart hosted New York City's wonder-chef, David Chang of Momofuku. In the last five years, Chang has garnered three James Beard awards, two Michelin... More

The Crisper Whisperer: Quick-Poached Asian Pears

Serious Eats Carolyn Cope 5 comments

Note: You may know Carolyn Cope as Umami Girl. She stops by on Tuesdays with ideas on preparing fruits and vegetables. [Photograph: Carolyn Cope] Although Asian pears (also called Chinese pears, apple pears or sand pears) are now fairly widely... More

Gadgets: Martha Stewart's Pumpkin Carving Kit

Gadgets Nikki Goldstein 17 comments

[Photograph: Macys.com] I've always felt limited in my ability to carve jack-o'-lanterns due to a narrow range of tools. Let's face it—a thumbtack and steak knife can only yield so much detail, and cheap plastic tools always seem to break with the first incision. Though I questioned whether it would be worth it to invest in a more serious set, I put my money on a kit from Martha Stewart ($34.99 at Macy's in-store; unavailable online), who, unsurprisingly, is able to create beauties like these lace-patterned gourds featured on her site last year. Smitten by these non-traditional, ultra-delicate styles, my intrepid carving companion and I set out to accomplish some super-technical pumpkins with the aid of Martha's kit. We... More

Hamburgers on 'The Martha Stewart Show'; AHT Makes an Appearance on TV

A Hamburger Today Adam Kuban 9 comments

Martha eats burgers with (from left) Pat LaFrieda Jr, Andy D'Amico, Daniel Boulud, Liran Mezan, and Bill O'Donnell. [Photographs: Adam Kuban] At this moment, I'm blogging from the audience of the Martha Stewart Show. Stewart is taping a burger... More

In Videos: Calexico Carne Asada Cart Brothers on 'The Martha Stewart Show'

New York Erin Zimmer 2 comments

Last week, the Calexico Cart brothers appeared on The Martha Stewart Show. Since winning the Vendy Awards last year, they've earned enough to open a restaurant (as in, not on wheels), which they say will be in Red Hook,... More

The Food 'Twitterati'

Adam Kuban 4 comments

All you food-lovin' Twitter haters out there might change your mind about the microblogging service when you see some of the food luminaries who are tweeting. The San Francisco Chronicle namechecks a few: Ruth Reichl, Martha Stewart, Mark Bittman, Grant Achatz. The paper localizes the story by noting some well-known Bay Area chefs using the service: Daniel Patterson, Chris Cosentino, Nate Appleman, Eater SF, and Richie Nakano. (And, as always, you can follow Serious Eats here: @seriouseats.)... More

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