For the First Time Ever, Martha Stewart Is Selling Her Own Line of Food at Macy's
Martha Stewart Food includes baking mixes, pasta sauces, and olive oil.
All praise should go to our benevolent goddess of all things domestic, Martha Stewart, who has blessed us with another collection of kitchen supplies, called Martha Stewart Food, to strengthen our dinner party hosting magic and make every meal taste as though it were touched by her hand. At least, we hope that’s what will happen when we use anything lucky enough to be attached to her name.
Stewart’s new collection for Macy’s—in addition to bakeware and dinnerware sets—also includes her very first line of branded food. You’ll want to stock your pantry with her cupcake and brownie mixes, olive oil, pasta and pasta sauces. Stewart wanted each item from the line to “taste homemade,” according to a statement.
Although the Martha Stewart Collection, which includes bedding, cooking appliances, and bathroom accessories, has been sold at Macy’s since 2007, this is the first time that she’s introducing packaged foods to the line—perhaps surprising since she has been teaching people how to cook for decades now. She does, however, have her own line of meal kits called Marley Spoon, so you now have plenty of opportunities to serve Martha approved dishes on your Martha approved plates.
She’s also launching Martha Stewart Essentials, which includes all the basic tools you need to sharpen your cooking and baking skills, from cookie sheets and muffin tins to salad plates and candlesticks. Once again, Stewart proves that she has our best interests at heart—that she wants our homes to look beautiful, our parties to be elegant, and our meals to taste delicious.
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Once you’ve stocked your cabinets with her pasta, your wine rack might need a refresher. Stewart’s got your back there too: She started her own wine shop, and yes, she tries every wine to make sure it passes muster. And while her cooking videos are always available to you on her website (I myself learned how to bake using, in part, these free tutorials) if you’re eager for more of her cooking advice and critiques, get excited, because she’ll soon be joining the judging table on Chopped.