11.01.2009

Martha Stewart Holiday Issue

Watch the newsstands this week for the newest special Holiday issue by Martha Stewart Living - a supplement to the monthly publication that is not part of the subscription. This new glossy issue, which is free of advertisements, is a collection of 100 sweet recipes for the holiday season, hand picked by Martha. From Thanksgiving to New Year's, you'll have your desserts covered.. Cupcakes, pies, tarts, truffles, petits-fours are all part of the parcel, as are a series of delicious cakes. Be sure to get your copy!

8 comments:

David said...

I love the special issues that have to do with baking. For some reason, I always buy two copies of this issue. One is to use and peruse and the other is for storage. Thanks for the heads up!

Anonymous said...

I've been buying 2 copies of the holiday issues too (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and special issues). Just wish I did that years ago (although I scored a clean copy of the premiere issue of MS Living at a garage sale last summer).

Thanks Andrew for the heads up. Now I know what to look for.

Vicki

Laura said...

I just got my today ;) Do you think they are going to come with a special edition of Handmade Gifts?

Sarahbchicago said...

I'm wondering the same thing as Laura--I love the holiday crafts. I got a copy of the Holiday Sweets issue on Friday at Target, and it does have advertisements, but only for Martha products.

ANDREW RITCHIE said...

I haven't heard anything about a craft special issue, although I'm hopeful as well! Last year we got two holiday issues, so I'm hoping the trend continues. I'll see if I can dig up any info!

Anonymous said...

More repurposed recipes and photos. I like the idea of these special issues, but they rarely have new content.

Anonymous said...

I love the special issues and I would like to get the old ones too, does anyone have a complete list (or from 2000 on) of the back issues for Holiday?
Thank you very much
Silvia

Rhondi Schmidt said...

Is there some way to get another copy of the 2009 holiday sweets issue? my daughter absconded with it! Love the idea of buying two ... then I wouldn't have this problem.