by Renato Poliafito, Tina Rupp et al.
by Martha Stewart
December 5, 2011 In 1982 — long before she had her own TV show or magazine or brand — a young caterer named Martha Stewart wrote a book on entertaining in other people's homes. Now, nearly 30 years later, Stewart's 75th book invites readers into her own house.
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November 13, 2008 The recipes in Baked are, if not always alcoholic, uniformly intoxicating.
October 13, 2005 Martha Stewart turned her lifestyle advice into a billion-dollar business: Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. In addition to her magazines, Stewart has a new book, The Martha Rules: 10 Essentials for Achieving Success as You Start, Grow, or Manage a Business. She also has new shows on television and radio this fall.
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