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Martha Stewart’s many craft projects and recipes proved to be balms for a sad soul. Martha Stewart’s many craft projects and recipes proved to be balms for a sad soul. (rob tannenbaum/the martha stewart show via ap)
By Christopher Muther
Globe Staff / November 24, 2011
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Many of us find it easier to mock the work of Martha Stewart than to appreciate what she’s done, which is to encourage the masses to make Thanksgiving centerpieces in the shape of a turkey using nothing more than gourds (harvested from our own gardens), a hot glue gun, a few gallons of glitter, and sheer pluck. I was just as guilty when it came to dismissing Martha. When her “Martha Stewart’s Homekeeping Handbook’’ was released

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