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behind the scenes: martha's first show on hallmark

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Jennifer Koppelman Hutt, Lucinda Scala Quinn, John Baricelli, Martha, Marc Marrone (and his birds!), Sarah Carey, and Calder Quinn celebrating the move to the Hallmark Channel!

If you watched the premiere of the Martha Stewart Show on the HallmarkĀ  Channel, you probably caught our Editor-in-Chief, Anna Last's cameo from the audience. Anna knows her way around the TV studio, so she brought back these great behind the scenes shots of Martha and her guests, as well as the Martha show's food team (decked out in Mad Hungry t-shirts for the occasion)! Check out the pics after the jump.

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Joey warming up the crowd

2 Joey warming up the crowd

Lucinda and the Martha Stewart Show's food team in their Mad Hungry shirts

3 Lucinda and the Martha Stewart Show's food team in their Mad Hungry shirts

Martha and Sarah Carey both looking lovely

4 Martha and Sarah Carey both looking lovely

A view of the Martha show's prep kitchen in action, with the studio in the background

5 A view of the Martha show's prep kitchen in action, with the studio in the background

Sarah and Thomas preparing food for the show

6 Sarah and Thomas preparing food for the show

Original co-hosts of the Everyday Food television show Sarah, Lucinda, and John

7 Original co-hosts of the Everyday Food television show Sarah, Lucinda, and John

Martha and the crew getting ready for a segment

8 Martha and the crew getting ready for a segment

What an attractive bunch the Martha show's food gang is!

9 What an attractive bunch the Martha show's food gang is!

Comments (4)

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    Dear Martha,
    Really enjoy your new line up.I have always been a fan of Hallmark channel , the movies etc. You and your co workers make Hallmark that much better. As Iam not really savvy with my computer, I can't figure out how to get the recipes of yours or Mad Hungry - any recipes. Are they in that magazine?
    I hope your line stays on Hallmark- as always you made a wise choice.
    Sincerely,
    Kady Sayre

    P.s. Please don't forget us baby boomers who's children are grown and we are left figuring out how to cook healthy for two.

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    Was anybody else shocked to see a small blurb about the show changing channels and then boom two days later its gone from the regular channel? Is there anyone else who can't afford dish or cable who really wish they hadnt done that? Guess we arent a big enough demographic to matter.....

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    Dear Martha,

    I am enjoying your new line up. I am especially enjoying the "Mad Hungry" segment with Lucinda. I have tried several of her recipes she's offered since the shows started on Monday. But I'm not always glued to the TV, so when I've gone to the "Mad Hungry" page sometimes the recipes haven't been there like the Spaghetti Carbonara from yestedays show, or the the Pantry Bistro Salad, which when clicked on shows the Bagel Bacon and Egg recipe. I tried to write them down as I remembered them, but am not sure I wrote them down correctly, since I knew I could go to the website to find them. Even though there have been these little hicups Thanks a Bunch... Lucinda has inspired me with new every day food ideas, and once again I can feed my family healthy meals they all will like. So far they have enjoyed all the new recipes I've tried like the Pork Chops Apple and Onion, Spaghetti Carbonara, and the Shredded Sauteed Cabbage. T
    Sincerely,
    Marie

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    What about those of us who don't have cable television? What about us??

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