I know that when I start up a conversation about Martha Stewart, I am going to get mixed reactions. She’s one of those people that you either love or hate. Well, all you haters, I am one among those who love her, because she is reliable. I can’t tell you how many times I need to figure out how to make a project I’m working on fabulous, and then when I Google search how to do it…there’s Martha with step by step instructions, gorgeous photos and a video tutorial.
Today, I need to share one of the biggest reasons why I love her so. Even though Martha is not Jewish, her Jewish crafts are, bar none, the best listed on the internet. Believe me…I Google every Jewish holiday, and it is always the Martha crafts that I end up taking on. Oh yes…and not to mention her Jewish recipes. Perhaps they are Jewish with a Martha non-Jewish twist, but I guarantee you..they will be yummy.
I thought today, I would share some of Martha Stewart’s alter Jewish ego’s (I like to call her Malka Stewartstein) amazing Jewish ideas. Here are some of my favorites!
Paper Dreidels for Hanukkah (CLICK HERE to see the project)
Martha’s pretty Hamantaschen with the scalloped edges (CLICK HERE to see her recipe)
Martha’s Passover Plague Bag. I actually just made this one for my work. I loved her template for the outside of the bag! (CLICK HERE to see the project)
Martha’s Chocolate Mint Matzah Ice Cream Cake….Not sure if she realizes that most ice cream is not Kosher for Passover…but oh well, a good idea nonetheless. (CLICK HERE to see the recipe)
Matzah Latkes for Passover. Love this! (CLICK HERE to see the recipe)
If you Google search, you, too, will find Jewish idea after idea from my favorite Malka Stewartstein. She is just so innovative, and every idea is just so pretty.
My song of the day is a funny comedic spoof I found on Youtube by Bob Noone. His song “The Martha Stewart Song” is hilarious. Watch this and enjoy, and go get your Jewish craft on!!! It’s a “good thing!”