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Add rich texture to salads with protein-based dressings that aren’t loaded with fat and calories. (These ones also make tasty dips for vegetables.)
This unleavened twist on lasagna is a great way to use leftover matzo after the seder. Substitute layers of matzo for the noodles, then fill them with
Arrr! Instead of the usual frenzied search for candy, add a pirate’s treasure-hunt element to the Easter-egg hunt this year. Place clues in plastic eg
For a spring party centerpiece, reuse jam jars or glass storage containers as vases and flowerpots. Glass jars keep things tidy, look pretty in a grou
Q: I’ve noticed my craft punch isn’t cutting through paper like it used to. Is there a way to make it cut better or sharpen its blade?—Kayla Andrews,
Years ago, that object might have been a beloved possession of yours or a family member’s. But the passing of time has turned it into clutter that wei
Bunnies and squirrels and deer, oh my! Martha Stewart Weddings editorial director Darcy Miller looked to the woodlands for inspiration when planning a
You’ll go nuts for these scrumptious treats, made with almond butter and toasted almonds for an update on the beloved peanut-butter sandwich cookie. T
Welcome spring into your home with any of these stylish and playful ideas for the iconic egg. (Bunnies and chicks optional.)
In place of traditional neon synthetic grass, try any of these allnatural, reusable varieties for Easter baskets and decorations.
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English peas, so fresh in spring, are sweet and mild when steamed. For more intense flavor, roast them in their pods with diced thick-cut bacon. Scatt
You use LED lightbulbs. You have Energy Star appliances. What else can you do to trim your electricity bill? Choose devices that mind your energy cons