I have some fun, fun, fun news! First of all, I am proud to announce my new blog: NoPotCooking. This is my latest endeavor and is all about parchment paper packet cooking. This new, revolutionary way of cooking allows you to seal in flavors; produce moist, low-fat,delicious food; and do so without using any pots … Read more
Thanks to Karen at Karen and Charlie’s Kitchen for choosing this week’s pick-your-own project – Thanksgiving tablescapes. I liked the one where you make a small pumpkin into a candleholder, so I did a trial run with that, which looks sort of lame since it’s crooked. I guess you need a straighter pumpkin to get … Read more
Congratulations Joni Taylor, you’ve won the Martha Stewart Scrapbook. I’ll contact you via email with details. Thanks to all who entered!
I recently posted my list of Martha’s best recipes. I have done some Martha crafts (more in the first year of the blog, but I still do some from time to time). I’m not a big crafter and so I didn’t think I would have any craft greatest hits, but in looking back through the … Read more
As a thank you to all of my readers and in celebration of the two year anniversary of this blog, I’m giving away a Martha Stewart Crafts post-bound scrapbook. It’s a pretty green and has 10 dual pocket pages. The size is 11 by 8.5 inches If you’d like to enter the drawing, just post … Read more
When I started MarthaAndMe, I was doing Martha’s crafts. For the first year, I did quite a few crafts. Once the year was over though, I stopped doing as many. I’m not very crafty at all and I learned that forcing myself to be something I wasn’t just made me cranky. I may not be … Read more
Today’s Martha Monday’s project was chosen by Lyndsey at Tiny Skillet. The project is crayon hearts and it’s perfect for a Valentine’s Day craft to do with your kids. You take a piece of waxed paper and fold it in half lengthwise, then open it up and place crayon shavings on half of it. Making … Read more
I used to love to send postcards when I was a kid. I always sent them to my grandmother, who stuck them into random pages of her cookbooks. She always said she liked to happen upon them in the future. When she died, we found lots of them in her cookbooks. This week’s Martha Mondays … Read more