Favorite Comfort Food (The Best of Martha Stewart Living)
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Favorite Comfort Food (The Best of Martha Stewart Living)

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Here are all the foods that make us feel good for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and midnight snacks.
Paperback, 144 pages
Published November 16th 1999 by Clarkson Potter (first published 1999)
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Chris Webber
In classic Martha Stewart style, this book is beautifully presented. I read book on a cool Autumn afternoon and immediately wanted to cook every single recipe in this book.

Pancakes, soups, meat loaf, roast chicken, stews, pot pies, baked, fried and mashed potatoes, bread and rice puddings (one with caramelized bananas that I am dying to try), baked apples, and even grilled cheese sandwiches. All in Martha Stewart Style. That means it wasn't just a roast chicken, it was a "love your chicken, pla...more
I got this book for free, but the REAL reason I picked it up was because of the simple and practical look of the food and directions. The directions are simple and some of the food are shown in thier raw form making it better for people who are visual and need to see it from beginning to end. Pretty happy.
The recipes in this book never fail. They are just the basics, standard American classics. This is Martha at her best, in my opinion.
The macaroni and cheese, the baked apples, the ginger snacking cake, so many favorite recipes have come from this book.
Abby Welker
The BEST cookbook ever! I have made almost everything in this book - a must-have for every cookbook shelf.
It contains the best recipe for speghetti, as well as a good pizza recipe and others.
Worth owning if only for the recipe for toasted steel-cut oatmeal.
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Martha Stewart is an American business magnate, author, editor and homemaking advocate. She is also a former stockbroker and fashion model. Over the last two decades Stewart has held a prominent position in the American publishing industry; as the author of several books, hundreds of articles on the domestic arts, editor of a national homekeeping magazine, host for two popular daytime television p...more
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