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Martha Stewart Living July/Aug 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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martha’s summer

JULY AUGUST “There’s nothing better than justpicked sweet corn. I grow many different varieties, including ‘Silver Queen’ and ‘Luscious’. I freeze the cooked kernels so I can enjoy them throughout the year.” —Martha FREEZING FRESH CORN 1. On a small baking sheet, stand a corn cob on one end. With a sharp knife, slice downward on all sides, keeping blade against ear to remove as many kernels as possible. Repeat with remaining corn. 2. Heat a large skillet over medium; add 1 tablespoon unsalted butter for each ear. When it’s melted and foamy, add corn; cook, stirring, about 1 minute. Spread on baking sheet; let cool. Freeze 1 hour, then transfer to resealable freezer bags. Label; store in freezer for up to 3 months.…

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ON THE ROAD THE DEEP SOUTH To create the menu for his new Seattle restaurant, JuneBaby, chef Edouardo Jordan rediscovered his roots. The Florida native drove through Tennessee, the Carolinas, and Alabama to fully experience foods he grew up eating. “The moments that stand out the most didn’t happen in restaurants,” Jordan says. At McLeod Plantation in South Carolina, “it all came together for me. I was able to take a step back from food to respect the history of the people who grew it.” Back on the West Coast, he’s channeling all that—plus flavors from his key stops, below—into every dish. junebabyseattle.com Nashville The Prince’s Hot Chicken line is worth it. “It’ll make your eyes water in the best way.” princeshot chicken.com Asheville In a former skating rink, Buxton Hall BBQ “does open pit right.”…

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open season

WHEN I WAS GROWING UP, my parents had a different idea of a vacation. While most of my friends were flying offto Florida or a far-flung beach, the four of us were climbing onto my family’s small boat and sailing around Lake Michigan. Come August, my father loved nothing more than leaving land—and his corporate job—behind. He’d chart a new course each year, and we’d pack the tiny galley with provisions for several days. On our first trip, we hugged the Wisconsin coast, docking in new-to-us towns, anchoring in bays overnight, swimming, fishing, and exploring. As we developed our sea legs (and I stopped getting seasick), we’d head the boat farther away each summer, often crossing the lake, tacking up the Michigan side and going clear into Canada. It wasn’t…

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a celebration of acadia

Teach and Inspire Celebrating Acadia FROM MARTHA ALTHOUGH I AM A RELATIVE newcomer to Mount Desert Island, having purchased my house on the edge of Acadia National Park in 1997, I feel as if I have always been there. Like most of the homeowners on this magnificent island, I have become totally enamored of everything the place has to offer: the park, the woods, the moss, the sea, the granite cliffs and outcroppings, the ponds, the climate, the views, the other islands, the abundant seafood, and the diverse outdoor activities. Last year, we celebrated the 100th anniversary of Acadia with a series of events that ran the gamut, from lectures to cocktail parties and dinners to gala evenings, and even a four-day weekend of carriage rides chaired by my friend Gail Clark to benefit…

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serve chilled

Fresh Ideas to Elevate the Everyday CELEBRATE Capture the Flag Here’s a lip-smacking way to pledge allegiance to the Stars and Stripes: an all-American display of raspberry and lemon ices. (Follow the recipe at right, or, if you’re pressed for time, use store-bought sorbet cups.) Line a 9-by- 13-inch rimmed baking sheet with parchment, then arrange ices in alternating rows, leaving room for a stack of blue napkins. Let the fully assembled sheet chill in the freezer till you’re ready to treat your favorite patriots. Dart Solo 44-2050 wax-treated white paper cups,3 oz., $25 for 100, amazon.com.Bayith Chambray cocktail napkins(similar to shown), $32 for 4, carpenterhill.com. GRAND OLD ICES Combine 1½ cups each fresh lemon juice and simple syrup in an 8-inch baking dish. Blend 4½ cups fresh raspberries with ¾ cup simple syrup and 1½…

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rest easy

Home, Style, Beauty, Health PORCH PERCH To create this easy seating, we outfitted an OGK Safari daybed with the J-Life International Shiki futon, and added pillows. Daybed,$650, consortdesign.com.Futon,30" by 75", in Ya Gasuri Navy, $315, jlifeinternational.com.Pottery Barn Blue Plaid Lumbar pillow cover,$30, potterybarn .com.Tensira Ines pillow cover,20" by 20", $38; andTensira Maryn Stripe pillow cover,24" by 24", $40, themaryn.com. ROLL CALL Blankets are for sharing, but these cushions are ideal for stretching out solo when laid on the grass. Put out a few to turn your yard into a prime glamping (or just stargazing) site. 1 INDIGO WHIRLS The silky filling tucked inside this bold West African print is made from the seedpods of the tropical kapok tree, which are not only hypoallergenic but also luxuriously soft. Tensira Indigo throw bed,in Striped, $395, gardeshop .com.Hedgehouse Cortina pillow,in Coral,…