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Highlights from Monday's "Ask Martha"

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Martha received a number of wonderful calls on Monday's "Ask Martha." Listeners wanted to know everything from how to remove rust stains on shirts to her suggestions on making the perfect fried chicken. Click below to listen to some of our favorite clips.

"Ask Martha" - Thermometers for Frying

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"Ask Martha" - Hostess Gift for a Halloween Party

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"Ask Martha" - Removing Rust Stains

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If you had any of the same questions as our callers, below are links to the different recipes and products Martha mentioned during the show.
Halloween Cricut Cake Decorations
Lexi's Favorite Chocolate Chip Cookies
Fried Chicken 101

Comments (2)

  • Dear Martha, I live on a farm that has a beautiful barn that was built in 1910. It was built to house sixteen work horses. Today we use it for cows when they are calving. I am wanting to have a celebration this fall for the one hundred years. Do you have some suggestions? I have ideas but I would really appreciate your input! Of course you end your staff would be invited! I am looking forward to hear from you. Thank you! Naomi Dolecheck

  • I don't know if this is the proper place to submit this but here goes anyway. One of your advertisers, GNC has a full page ad in Living January 2011 on Vitamin D. Recently I saw on TV and read in my newspaper that the most V-D a person should have as a supplement is 600-800 IU per day and that anymore than that was harmful. Yet the ad states that their VD3 has up to 1600 IUs. I had bought a bottle at Sam's that was 5000 IUs and promptly threw it away when I saw the articles on limits. Please research and let me know the proper IUs for a gentleman patient of mine. He is 77 and very rarely gets any time in the sun. Thanks. Pat King- Louisiana
    PS. This also needs to be addressed with GNC

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