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MARTHA BAKES: Special Breads

Martha shares her secrets for how to make three of her all-time favorite breads: Irish soda bread, olive and cheese loaf and Sally Lunn.
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Martha shares her secrets for how to make three of her all-time favorite breads: Irish soda bread, olive and cheese loaf and Sally Lunn.

Airs Saturday, January 11, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. on KPBS TV

Martha Stewart shares the best baking tips and techniques, giving home cooks the confidence to create delectable baked goods — such as cream puffs and eclairs — from scratch.
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Martha Stewart shares the best baking tips and techniques, giving home cooks the confidence to create delectable baked goods — such as cream puffs and eclairs — from scratch.

Learn to create the finest desserts and goodies in your own home. In the series MARTHA BAKES, Martha Stewart shares the best baking tips and techniques, giving you the confidence to create delectable baked goods — from scratch — in your own kitchen.

Martha’s updated versions of the classics set the standard, while her uses of flavors and ingredients add new angles to some familiar favorites.

"Special Breads" - Join Martha as she shares her secrets for making three of her all-time favorite breads. First, an Irish soda bread that she serves every St. Patrick’s Day, always a hit.

Next: an olive and cheese loaf — a no-knead bread that’s baked in an enameled cast iron pot.

Then a simple and delicious bread called Sally Lunn. And finally, a memorable custard-filled cornbread.

More bread recipes can be found online at marthasteward.com including easy-to-bake banana bread and pumpkin, sage, and browned-butter quick breads. "Martha Stewart's Baking Handbook" is available for purchase online.

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