Martha Stewart told us the 3 recipes she thinks everyone should learn how to make for the holidays

Classic Roast Turkey with Herbs

Pro Tip: Martha suggests brining the turkey before roasting to enhance moisture and flavor. This extra step can elevate your roast to a new level of culinary perfection.

Martha Stewart emphasizes the timeless elegance of a perfectly roasted turkey as the cornerstone of holiday feasts.

Mastering the art of preparing a Classic Roast Turkey with Herbs ensures a centerpiece that's not only visually stunning but also boasts succulent, flavorful meat. 

Homemade Cranberry Sauce

Pro Tip: Martha recommends making cranberry sauce ahead of time – it can be stored in the refrigerator for several days, saving you precious time on the big day.

According to Martha, no holiday table is complete without Homemade Cranberry Sauce. Breaking away from the canned version, crafting your cranberry sauce allows you to control the sweetness and experiment with additional flavors.

Martha's recipe typically involves fresh cranberries, sugar, a hint of citrus, and sometimes a splash of spirits for an extra layer of sophistication.

Perfect Pumpkin Pie

Pro Tip: To elevate your pumpkin pie, Martha suggests making your own pie crust. A homemade crust adds a delightful touch of buttery goodness that complements the spiced pumpkin filling.

The holiday season wouldn't be the same without the comforting aroma of pumpkin pie wafting through the air. Martha Stewart encourages aspiring bakers to master the art of crafting the Perfect Pumpkin Pie.

From the flaky crust to the silky-smooth filling, Martha's recipe combines the right balance of spices to create a pie that embodies the essence of fall.

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