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A culinary treasure, The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The Original Classics became an indispensable reference when it was first published. Now, years later, comes its companion volume, The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The New Classics, which includes an index for both volumes and collects more than 1,200 of the best-of-the-best recipes that have appeared in Martha A culinary treasure, The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The Original Classics became an indispensable reference when it was first published. Now, years later, comes its companion volume, The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The New Classics, which includes an index for both volumes and collects more than 1,200 of the best-of-the-best recipes that have appeared in Martha Stewart Living magazine since 2000. From the practical to the inspirational, from quiet suppers for two to dinner parties for ten, The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The New Classics has options for every meal and every cook, with family-pleasing classics, new fare, and twists on both. Whether you’re looking for an easy weeknight dinner such as Tuna Steaks with Mint Sauce or a sophisticated hors d’oeuvre like Prosciutto Crostini and Fresh Figs with Gorgonzola or a rich dessert like the Ultimate Malted Brownie Sundae, The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The New Classics provides excellent choices across 22 categories. In addition to recipes for all-time favorites such as Lasagne Bolognese, Chicken Soup with Dumplings, the Best Onion Rings, and Apple Pie with Cheddar Crust, you will find helpful how-to photographs that demystify preparations for piecrust, gnocchi, soufflés, and more. Here, too, are cooking tips and techniques, nutritional information for healthy choices, comprehensive pantry and equipment glossaries, menu ideas, and a resource guide for finding ingredients. With the same stunning color photography and easy-to-follow, comprehensive format that grace the pages of Martha Stewart Living and The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The Original Classics, this new volume is a must-have reference that will become a loved and oft-used favorite of every home cook.


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A culinary treasure, The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The Original Classics became an indispensable reference when it was first published. Now, years later, comes its companion volume, The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The New Classics, which includes an index for both volumes and collects more than 1,200 of the best-of-the-best recipes that have appeared in Martha A culinary treasure, The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The Original Classics became an indispensable reference when it was first published. Now, years later, comes its companion volume, The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The New Classics, which includes an index for both volumes and collects more than 1,200 of the best-of-the-best recipes that have appeared in Martha Stewart Living magazine since 2000. From the practical to the inspirational, from quiet suppers for two to dinner parties for ten, The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The New Classics has options for every meal and every cook, with family-pleasing classics, new fare, and twists on both. Whether you’re looking for an easy weeknight dinner such as Tuna Steaks with Mint Sauce or a sophisticated hors d’oeuvre like Prosciutto Crostini and Fresh Figs with Gorgonzola or a rich dessert like the Ultimate Malted Brownie Sundae, The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The New Classics provides excellent choices across 22 categories. In addition to recipes for all-time favorites such as Lasagne Bolognese, Chicken Soup with Dumplings, the Best Onion Rings, and Apple Pie with Cheddar Crust, you will find helpful how-to photographs that demystify preparations for piecrust, gnocchi, soufflés, and more. Here, too, are cooking tips and techniques, nutritional information for healthy choices, comprehensive pantry and equipment glossaries, menu ideas, and a resource guide for finding ingredients. With the same stunning color photography and easy-to-follow, comprehensive format that grace the pages of Martha Stewart Living and The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook—The Original Classics, this new volume is a must-have reference that will become a loved and oft-used favorite of every home cook.

30 review for The Martha Stewart Living Cookbook: The New Classics

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ocrema

    This book is totally awesome.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Katrinka

    Wow. If you love Martha's magazine, you will love this compilation, and it takes up a lot less space than eight years of MSL magazine. I was so lucky to have snagged this book for fifty cents at a local thrift shop that was having a sale (albeit it is a little stained from use). I've already made many of the recipes that have appeared in her magazines but now here they are, all together, and a lot more accessible than before, with a good index. Yes, some of the recipes are a bit fancy-smancy and Wow. If you love Martha's magazine, you will love this compilation, and it takes up a lot less space than eight years of MSL magazine. I was so lucky to have snagged this book for fifty cents at a local thrift shop that was having a sale (albeit it is a little stained from use). I've already made many of the recipes that have appeared in her magazines but now here they are, all together, and a lot more accessible than before, with a good index. Yes, some of the recipes are a bit fancy-smancy and not my style, but most suit my needs just fine, thanks. I tend to adjust recipes to suit myself, anyway. Yes, most people will not live long enough to make all the recipes found here (and in the other kazillion cookbooks we cooks own) but it sure is fun browsing through them. Anyway, it keeps me off the streets, as they used to say when I was young.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nonnie

    2007 This book and the ORIGINAL CLASSICS book are my GO TO COOKBOOK for basic American cooking. I often have to bring dishes to work potlucks and I usually pick a dish from these books and they are usually received well. I like this book a little better because the flavors are more ethnic and adventuresome. Many of the recipes are from Asian, Hispanic, African, Indian cultures along with other experimental American cuisine. The flavors are more experimental and exciting. Great gift to a new bride 2007 This book and the ORIGINAL CLASSICS book are my GO TO COOKBOOK for basic American cooking. I often have to bring dishes to work potlucks and I usually pick a dish from these books and they are usually received well. I like this book a little better because the flavors are more ethnic and adventuresome. Many of the recipes are from Asian, Hispanic, African, Indian cultures along with other experimental American cuisine. The flavors are more experimental and exciting. Great gift to a new bride or a novice cook who wants to expand their pallet. Nonnie, http://nonniequiltingdreams.wordpress... Nonnie's Quilting Dreams - Blog http://www.goodreads.com/review/list/... GOOD READS http://nonniesquiltingdreams.podbean.... Nonnie's Quilting Dreams- Podcast .

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    I'm a long-time fan of Martha Stewart but this book simply does not do it for me. A volume this size would benefit from more photographs of finished dishes and an easier-to-read layout, especially as many of the recipes have numerous ingredients. I have yet to try anything from the book as it's just not grabbing me as a cookbook. I was lucky enough to get a barely touched copy for about five bucks and I can say that I'm very glad I didn't pay more because I don't think it will get much use. This I'm a long-time fan of Martha Stewart but this book simply does not do it for me. A volume this size would benefit from more photographs of finished dishes and an easier-to-read layout, especially as many of the recipes have numerous ingredients. I have yet to try anything from the book as it's just not grabbing me as a cookbook. I was lucky enough to get a barely touched copy for about five bucks and I can say that I'm very glad I didn't pay more because I don't think it will get much use. This is one of those cookbooks I feel may end up on my local library shelf.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Amberjean

    OK, so I'm not sure I'd call this classic, exactly, as there's a lot of what I'd consider frou frou included, but there were also a lot of good, just-fancy-enough-to-be-interesting whole food recipes. I was able to find a number of things that were both edible and tasty for my very restrictive diet, thus the four stars.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rachel C.

    Part of a set with Vol. 1 The Original Classics (peach cover). If you have both, use the index in this second volume; it cross-references all of the recipes in the first.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Monica Albright

    For such a big volume, I'm missing a few things...classics...okay I guess the title is The "NEW" Classics...but where are the photos??? For a lady who isn't just all about the taste, but also the presentation, we should see some of that presentation!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    Just about every recipe you could ever need. If you are ever wondering how to make something, this book will tell you how. Pretty basic and easy to follow, but no pictures :( Its the betty crocker cookbook of my generation.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kassie

    Terrible. The index doesn't line up with the recipes. The recipes leave out key steps and ignore ingredients. While there would be some good recipes, the poor editing makes this impossible to use at times.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Beka

    Dry format, but the great recipes you expect from Martha.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Bridget

    If you like her magazine, you will like her books. Very detailed.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Gabrielle

    Big and heavy. Some of the stuff, I would never make, but I got a few good ideas that I tried out. All from the last 8 years of the magazine.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Catherine Woodman

    I am surprised by how much I like this--which is a good thing (to quote the woman herself) since this is one of the few cookbooks on ebooks

  14. 5 out of 5

    Meredith

    Yum

  15. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Graves

    A great, wide resource... but it has some indexing issues. Best pate brise recipe EVER though. It is my go-to recipe for all pie doughs. The page is covered in flour.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    Good recipes but not for the novice. Some of the ingredients may be hard to find.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ginnie Grant

    In parts valid and visually appealing but mostly overall too pretentious for my tastes

  18. 4 out of 5

    Miyo

    i absolutely hate her recipes. I mean who uses an entire lemon for linguine with clam sauce?

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kishna

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Miller

  21. 4 out of 5

    Allison Simpson

  22. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Nelson brinkhaus

  23. 4 out of 5

    Angel Hartline

  24. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tina Martinez

  27. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

  28. 4 out of 5

    Windsor

  29. 5 out of 5

    Marsha Rardin

  30. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Anne

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