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Martha Stewart Living November 2017

We've expanded our magazine to bring you more of the ideas you want for organizing, entertaining, cooking, and decorating- all in one place. Plus, our special Gardening issue, Entertaining Issue, Decorating Issue and Holiday issue are all yours to enjoy as a subscriber.

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1 min.
come together

AS I WRITE THIS NOTE, fall technically hasn’t even arrived yet. It’s mid-September, but the country has already weathered two devastating hurricanes, and being grateful for everything I have (and everyone I know!) is big on my mind. It’s times like this that underscore the power of human kindness, and the importance of gratitude for even the most basic of measures—a warm meal, a comfortable place to call home, time with friends and family, and, of course, good health. These days, I have a lot to be grateful for. I have a family I adore, and a job that on most days doesn’t feel like work at all. The Living editors and staffers are as talented as they are kind, and I truly enjoy collaborating with them to come up with…

2 min.
out & about

| ON THE ROAD | FIRST FEASTS Two words likely come to mind when you think of Thanksgiving: pilgrims and Massachusetts. But some argue that the holiday originated near Williamsburg, Virginia, in 1619—a year before the Mayflower hit Plymouth Rock. Those colonists marked the date by fasting, but we recommend reservations at one of the city’s fine restaurants. Tuck into roast venison or game bird at Café Provençal, then head to the festival at Berkeley Plantation, the settlers’ landing site. Below, three more spots for an epic supper. —Victoria Holt Williamsburg, Virginia NEW PALTZ, NEW YORK Pumpkin pie, chocolate truffle torte, and other rich desserts top off the new farm-to-table fare at Mohonk Mountain House, in the Hudson Valley. HOUSTON The ultimate leftovers sandwich—with turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce, plus a side of gravy—heads home with every B&B…

1 min.
marthastewart.com

Set the Scene Find hundreds of special ways to personalize each guest’s spot. Arrange With Ease Decorate your buffet, mantel, and more with our fall bouquet ideas. Plan Your Menu Serve up your bestever bird, stuffing, and sides, thanks to our trusty troves of recipes. Pick a Pie Browse our alltime favorites, from Martha’s classics to our test kitchen’s latest and greatest. Follow Us facebook.com/marthastewart @marthastewart Subscribe to Our Newsletter We’ll deliver fresh ideas right to you! Visit martha.com/newsletters to sign up. What’s Cooking? FOR A FEAST OF DELICIOUS FALL IDEAS, TUNE IN TO OUR FOOD EDITORS’ VIDEOS. WHAT’S FOR DINNER? Sarah Carey turns basic ingredients into weeknight wonders. KITCHEN CONUNDRUMS Thomas Joseph solves yours with foolproof tricks and techniques. SWEET TALK Lindsay Strand’s decadent ideas will remind you to save room for dessert. HEALTHY APPETITE Shira Bocar lightens up traditional mains and sides. MATTHEW WILLIAMS (TABLE) ; JOHNNY MILLER…

3 min.
a fine finish

TEACH AND INSPIRE I LOVE “BROWN,” or old-wood, furniture, and have been collecting it ever since I started decorating my own homes quite a long time ago. I have found bureaus, tables, chairs, secretaries, and an occasional decorative piece at auctions, tag sales, reputable antiques dealers, and even online. When I bought Ox Ledge, the adjoining property to Skylands, last year, I was thrilled to discover a trove of it inside. (The former owners had died, and their heirs had no use for the furnishings.) I edited what remained and rescued items to be repaired, cleaned, and polished. I was so happy to “inherit” a new secretary. I would love to have such a desk in every room in my house—it makes for a comfortable place to write and store objects, materials,…

2 min.
know when to fold ’em . . .

1-Fold a square dinner napkin in half, then in quarters. Fold the open corner’s top layer to meet the opposite corner. Turn over the napkin, fold it into thirds, and turn it back over. THE DETAILS: Pottery Barn Portland dinner plate, $58 for 4, potterybarn.com. Sferra Festival napkin, in Hazelnut, $57 for 4, sferra.com. CB2 Bryn flatware (similar to shown), $90 for a 20-piece set, cb2.com. 2-Pair a botanical accent, like a faux or dried branch spray-painted gold, with an unfussy band. Fold a napkin in thirds, wrap it around the plate, and tuck the ends under. (Download our menu-card template at marthastewart.com/ menu-card). THE DETAILS: IKEA Dinera plate (similar to shown), $3.50, in Light Pink, ikea.com. Martha Stewart Collection Gilded Marble salad plate, $84 for 4, macys.com. Hawkins New York simple linen napkin, in…

1 min.
bring the zing

SHRIMP TRAY Whisk together . cup each fresh lemon juice and extra?virgin olive oil, 1 teaspoon kosher salt, and . teaspoon each freshly ground pepper and sugar. Stir in 1. pounds cooked medium shrimp and . cup sliced caper berries. Refrigerate, stirring occasionally, at least 1 hour. Stir together ? cup mayonnaise and . teaspoon grated garlic. Serve shrimp with garlic mayo, shaved celery, crostini (see our recipe at martha stewart.com/simple-crostini), and more caper berries. | SIP & REPEAT | Three Cheers A holiday all about harmony calls for a drink that pairs well with food and smooths conversation. Our solution: sherry. The Spanish fortified wine has a lower alcohol content than liquor but a higher one than wine. Here’s a cocktail to try, plus a few great sips. SPANISH NEGRONI Our Iberian take on the…