Spring is upon us and we’re celebrating the coming season with fresh Easter ideas (from new ways to decorate Easter eggs to delicious recipes for this year’s Easter brunch). Plus, give your home a refresh with our top organizing tips and be sure to catch up with our Change Makers this month, who are helping us #changetheday by living more sustainably each and every day. Grab your copy of our April issue out on newsstands now! : @johnny_miller_ | styled by: Tanya Graff
We can't think of a lovelier spring appetizer than these egg-shaped goat-cheese balls flavored with caramelized spring onions, purple chive blossoms, and pink peppercorns. They're just the thing for an elegant Easter brunch. Get the recipe for these too-pretty-to-eat creations in the link in bio! : @smartanson
One pot is all you need to make this delicious lamb stew for Easter! What meal would you love to make in Martha's versatile enameled cast iron cookware? Shop for all of your kitchen essentials from Martha's collection created for @macys.
Holy cannoli! This dramatic pistachio four-layer cake is inspired by the flavors of Sicilian-style cannoli, which is stuffed with ricotta, chopped chocolate, and candied orange zest. Get the recipe in the link in bio! (: @minh_ngoc)
Does your home need a spring decor refresh? We used Martha Stewart craft paints and stencils from @michaelsstores to give this wall clock some personality! Swipe left to see the visual tutorial, or click the link in our bio for more details—and get crafty this weekend!
Up your cauliflower cooking with this delicious recipe: Buttery walnuts were roasted with garlic and Parmesan, then tossed with capers, parsley, and red-wine vinegar to make a sensational dressing for crisp-tender cauliflower. And don't throw out those cauliflower greens! Steam them along with the florets and use to garnish the dish. (: @sidneybensimon)
Last fall, Martha decided to convert a small unused bedroom into a well-organized walk-in closet with one goal in mind: to create a life-improving, routine-smoothing area that felt beautifully at home, in her home. And while you can’t borrow her clothes (or those Manolos), all of her smart strategies are up for grabs. Visit the link in bio to get a tour of Martha’s closet. (: Marcus Nilsson)
How adorable are these little intricate flower cutouts? We're celebrating #piday with one of @karinpfeiffboschek's amazing pie art creations. It might just be *too* pretty to eat. What are you baking up for #piday? Tell us below! And if you need inspiration, head to our bio link for plenty of 🥧 recipes. #ImSoMartha