She’s known as the doyenne of domesticity, the goddess of home and garden. Martha Stewart will visit Stamford Saturday, Feb. 12, to kick off a day of health-centered talks and demonstrations at the recently opened Fairway Market on Canal Street.
Stewart will sign copies of the book “Power Foods,” to which she contributed the forward, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The book was written by editors of Stewart’s Whole Living magazine. It includes 150 recipes and focuses on what editors regard as the 38 healthiest ingredients throughout the world.
After the book signing, Whole Living editor-in-chief Alex Postman will greet visitors. At 2 p.m. senior editor Terri Trespico will give a talk on de-stressing and increasing energy.
Presentations will continue at 3 p.m. with a power-food cooking demonstration with Whole Living’s deputy food editor, Shira Bocar. Then at 4 p.m., nutritionist Cynthia Sass is set to discuss the best ways to utilize your pantry. The afternoon wraps up with an hour-long introductory yoga demonstration beginning at 5 p.m.
The afternoon is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required for the book signing. A portion of all sales during Saturday’s event will benefit the Martha Stewart Center for Living. To register for the signing, email .
Are you a Martha Stewart fan? Do you have a favorite recipe or home craft taht you learned from her?