Martha lists Joan Rivers, Snoop Dogg, Maya Angelou and Jeff Bridges as some of her most memorable guests, as well as all of the chefs that have come on the show and taught her so many things.
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Guests who wowed her
"I was very blown away by Heston Blumenthal and Nathan Myhrvold who both specialize in food science/gastronomy," says Martha. Heston, behind the world-class restaurant The Fat Duck, demonstrated surprising food experiments, while Nathan gave Martha a culinary tour of his high-tech cooking lab and showed Martha how to make a striped mushroom omelet!
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Behind-the-scenes bloopers she'll never forget
"There were many," Martha shares. Some of the highlights include the cow dragging incident at the state fair, laughing with food magazine editor Susan Sugarman and the hilarious feather incident in the Iceland show.
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Memories that make her proud
"I’m proud to have introduced the public to so many talented makers, chefs, gardeners, craftsmen and doers over all these years through my television series," Martha tells us.
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While we may look to Martha Stewart for advice on how to host the perfect holiday party or transition a dining room for the seasons, the expert herself admits she's learned so much from the guests that have appeared on her television show. A wide variety of talent has been featured on her show, running the gamut from hip hop moguls and legendary surfers to extraordinary chefs, which have resulted in some funny, surprising and unforgettable moments