Via Press release, the upcoming schedule of episodes for The Martha Stewart Show on the Hallmark Channel for the upcoming week of March 12th... I'm not sure how many of my readers are fans, but here it is:
Monday, March 12Spring Fever ShowWelcome spring into your home with fresh and bright ideas to get you ready for the warmer season: Create a whimsical terrarium-style butterfly arrangement, bake a flavorful passion-fruit cheesecake tart recipe from TV chef Thomas Joseph, and display your blooms with a DIY window planter how-to made with Martha's niece, Kristina Christiansen.Tuesday, March 13The Black and White ShowGet inspired by the beauty of black and white with a show celebrating the classic color combination. Bake decadent black-and-white butter cookies dipped in semisweet and white chocolates. Then, discover rare and unusual black plants, perfect for contrasting other plants in your garden, with gardening expert Lloyd Craven of Peace Tree Farms. Plus, National Wildlife Federation's David Mizejewski stops by with a menagerie of adorable black-and-white animals.Wednesday, March 14Skin Care 101Learn how to get great-looking skin with a guide to the best skin-care products for you from Alexandra Parnass, beauty director at Harper's Bazaar. Then, take a first-hand look at the latest in noninvasive procedures as one of our producers tries out ultherapy with dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon David Colbert. Plus, Daisy Schwartzberg, Martha's makeup artist, gives expert tips on spray tanning.Thursday, March 15The Water ShowJoin Martha for an hour dedicated to conserving, protecting, and appreciating our essential resource: water. Prepare local and sustainable seafood with elegant recipes for roasted oysters with bacon and warm crab fondue from chef Bill Taibe of The Whelk restaurant. Then, craft a charming shell keepsake box to showcase ocean treasures with a simple how-to from TV crafter Kristin St. Clair. Plus, easy everyday ways to save water with Whole Living's Alanna Stang.Friday, March 16The Cast Iron ShowMaster cooking with cast iron, a versatile and easy-to-use kitchen tool, with recipes for savory sausage, arugula, and parsley pizza and a quick pineapple upside-down cake from Lucinda Scala Quinn, host of "Mad Hungry." Then, heat up the skillet for Southern-inspired pan-roasted pork chops and sweet-sour baked beans with chef Hugh Acheson, author of "A New Turn in the South." Plus, essential seasoning and cleaning techniques.