In the age of “Cupcake Wars” and “Top Chef,” Martha Stewart is banking on viewers' pent-up cravings for a back-to-basics cooking show.
The 13-episode series will put Stewart in the kitchen and feature plenty of tips on concocting puff pastries, cheesecakes and other baked goodies.
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"I don't think that I was put here on earth to sing and dance while I'm cooking," Stewart told the AP. "I'm a good teacher and I think that this show shows that and really accentuates how important a good recipe is and how exacting a science baking is."