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Kelly Vaughan

Kelly Vaughan is the Associate Digital Food Editor for Martha Stewart Living.

Head outside on the night of Monday, April 26, 2021.
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The brand has launched its first-ever vacuum cleaner with laser detect technology.
Don’t let your next trip to the grocery store be spoiled by a dozen different milk substitutes. We’re here to help you avoid udder chaos.
One of the oldest known meteor showers will peak on April 21, 2021.
Simple how-tos and creative twists on different ways to cook eggs.
It's great news for anyone who really loves their morning cup of joe.
Spending time in nature has been known to positively impact mental health for some time now, but even greenery planted along a sidewalk can be beneficial.
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Avoid rushing out to the grocery store with these easy substitutes for heavy cream.
October is the best month to see fall foliage.
Next time you’re in the grocery store, don’t pass over this fuss-free golden gourd. Bring it home and make roasted acorn squash instead.
There’s a lot to look for in the night sky starting in October.
From the great outdoors to still-life paintings of fruits and vegetables, there's a beautiful stamp here for every card and letter.
On October 31, the night sky will be illuminated thanks to this celestial event.
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Does cooking sausage in the oven, grill, or pan make it taste better? We were determined to find out.
Find out whether or not this gadget is worth the hype.
Bright scarlet and just the right amount of bitterness, the Negroni is a tried and true classic cocktail. This Italian beverage, which recently celebrated its 100th anniversary, is made with just three ingredients—equal parts of Campari, gin, and vermouth. The Negroni is so popular that at least a dozen other drinks have been inspired by it. One of those drinks was never really meant to happen at all—but we thank our shiny red stars that it did because this it’s that special. Meet the Sbagliato: a low-ABV, fizzy version of the Negroni, made with prosecco instead of vermouth. So, what makes this bubbly beverage so great? “The Sbagliato is a light, pleasant, and low-ABV cocktail that’s perfect for consumers who are new to Italian red bitters and looking for a less spirit-forward option as they explore the category,” says Anne Louise Marquis, portfolio brand ambassador for Campari America. Because there are only three ingredients in the drink, it’s important to choose high-quality ones. Marquis recommends looking for ‘vermouth di Torino,’ which means that it hails from the Turin region of Italy and was produced with traditional methods and ingredients.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology says that switching to glasses could help reduce the spread of the virus.
Relieve your anxiety while making something delicious.
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Plus, learn how to properly wash and handle dirty laundry.
Because you're not the only one wondering.