Martha Stewart Cooks with Ellen and Drew

Martha Stewart Cooks with Ellen and Drew


– All righty, we’re back with
Drew Barrymore who loves to cook so we thought who better…
– [mouthing words] – To show us a few things
in the kitchen than the one and only
Martha Stewart. [cheers and applause] – And clothes. – All right.
That’s so sweet. Martha’s wearing
my ED by Ellen sweater. – I am, and your shirt.
– Thank you so much for wearing–and my shirt.
– And your shirt. – This is true. It feels great.
– All right, what’re we making? I don’t know anything
about any of this. – Oh.
– What’re we doing. – You don’t?
– And, first of all, can I just say,
did you realize–this is– you have a new book,
“Appetizers,” it’s Martha’s 85th book. – Yes.
Eighty– [cheers and applause] – Wow!
– Well, your book is fantastic. – Oh, thank you.
– Your book, I just got– – I know, we all have books!
– I just got your book today. Thank you.
– Oh, you’re welcome. Thank you. 85 books.
– Yeah. Yeah… – That’s amazing, Martha.
– And more to come. More to come.
– Oh, good. – This is–
[laughs] This book, though,
is really fun, and it’s about appetizers.
It’s about starters… – Mm-hmm
– And about small plates, and about special little bites, but it’s also about sips, and we have a drink that’s–
– I love to sip. – Yeah, you can’t have
the appetizers, I don’t think,
without some sips. – You gotta have a sip.
What’re we sipping? – Well, this is a really
very nice apple cider sangria, and rather than using
just all wine, apple cider has such
a nice autumnal thing going on, so this is apple cider that has
kiwis, grapes, and apples in it. – Wow.
– And then you add a little bit of apple brandy, and you can just,
sort of, free pour. Depending… [laughter]
depending on your guests. – Right.
– And then a nice Chardonnay. A nice California white wine
would be good. – Uh-huh.
– Why don’t you put some grapes, and you can use these
cute little… little, um–Ellen’s
at home in the kitchen. – Yeah. I–yeah. – You could do that too.
– Oh, thank you. I love a rubber tong.
– I have to– I’m watching the pot–oh, it is,
it’s popping. – Yeah, something’s
happening over there I’m not sure what.
– Have you made popcorn in a– [laughter]
– Perfect. – In a pot before.
– Taking too long. – Have you done it like this,
Ellen? – So, these are like ice cubes.
You put the– [laughter] – Here.
– We don’t wanna burn it, but oh, boy,
it’s so much fun to make. – Wait, there’s no–oh.
She doesn’t have grapes. – This is
the old-fashioned way. – Oh, sorry. Thank you.
[laughter] Oh, thank you.
– Oh, good. Thank you. Thank you.
– All right, cheers. – Kampai.
– Oh, you have more grapes. – Sips. Well, they’re like ice cubes,
right? – Yeah.
– Mm. [cheers and applause] – What do you think?
– Mm. – Oh…
– I think it tastes good, right? – Ooh, that’s a big story
in this drink. A lot of…
– And then eat– Okay, we’ve lost Ellen. Um, Ellen, and then you can
eat this with spicy popcorn. Sesame pepper…
– Spicy. – Sea salt pepper, um, spicy sweet,
and smoked paprika. – Well, I’d ask you how to make
that, but it’s in the book. – It’s in the book.
– That is beautiful. – And it’s not in your…
– Okay. you know, it’s not
in your microwave. – Okay, Andy’s
making us move on. What else?
– Okay, yes. We have to. – Oh, fiery peppers.
– Now, this is a quesadilla. Now have you made
quesadilla’s… – I have.
– Before–they’re good, right? [laughter] – I have.
– I’ve eaten them. – Now, have you peeled a pepper
like this? – I’ve never even seen that.
– Roasted pepper. – I have. [laughter] – These are roasted poblanos,
everybody. – I’ve peeled some peppers.
– Yeah. – The poblana.
– Okay, so the easiest way that I find
to make roasted peppers is to roast them until
they’re completely blackened… – I would throw that out. – And, uh–I know.
I think so. – I mean, it looks like
there’s something wrong with it. – But something is
about to be revealed. – Yes, but put this
in a paper towel… – Okay.
– And just peel off the black skin, and look…
– Mm. – Underneath you have this
most beautiful poblano pepper. – All right.
– Do you eat poblano peppers? – [laughs]
– I don’t know. I don’t know anything
about peppers. – Okay,
– But it, I mean, it smells familiar.
– It’s delicious. [laughter] Put your tortilla
right in the pan. – Right.
– Heat it up a little bit… – Uh-huh.
– With–and then you put– – Sweet potato.
– Sweet potato. And then the–these are
the poblano peppers. – Oh.
– And you julienned them. – Yes, you julienne them
afterward. [laughter] I think–I think– you sound like Julia.
– Julia and Julia. – How do you open the avocado?
Here, you do that. – I, personally, like to do
a little… – All this.
– All the way around. Follow it. – Yeah.
– I’ll show you… – Would you like to do it?
Here you do it with this one. – Okay. – And then, I like to knife… well, this one’s not sticking. – Well, it’s loose.
– I’m done. It’ll come right out.
– It’s really loose. – She did it, see?
Ellen knows how. [cheers and applause] – See, that’s it!
You knifed it. – Yeah, she did.
– And you give it a little knick,
and then you can lift the sucker right out.
– She did. And then you can slice it
right in the shell. – Yeah. Ellen–she’s
done her job, she’s off. She’s gone.
– We’re outta time, Andy says. – She’s gone–oh, no!
– Wait. We haven’t even finished anything.
– Autumn rolls. – So, we’re gonna take a break
and when we come back we move on
to the autumnal rolls, and these quesadilla’s
are amazing. – They’re amazing.
– They’re so good. – Amazing.
We’ll be right back. The difference
between autumn rolls and spring rolls
are the vegetables. – Yes, just the vegetables.
– Okay. – ‘Cause that’s what’s
in season? – So, here, you deal with that.
– What do you– What do you want me
to do with this? – Now, make that nice and flat– [both laugh] These have been sitting,
now, these were primed– – My–I really–
[laughs] – Okay, so you can work
right on there. – I went there.
– Yes. – All right.
– Okay, so these are all the vegetables we have.
– What is this? – Beautiful–
– What was it? – That is a rice paper wrapper. it comes like this.
– Yep. – Five seconds in hot water
and then take it right out. – Mm-kay. Yeah,
that worked real well. – Okay, but we don’t
have any water. – Look at that. How do you
keep it from doing this? – Well, we waited a little long.
– I mean… it’s happened to all of us.
– I’m so sorry. We did, we waited a little long.
– All right. – And then you can just–well,
watch all the nice things that you put in here.
– All right. – And here–these are the rice
noodles that go in. Again, you keep those in the
hot water just for five seconds. – Uh-huh.
– So–and drain them… – Uh-huh.
– And carrots. – Look at Drew over there.
– Yes. Going to town. – Oh, she’s doing
a beautiful job. – I, uh–
– I don’t know if lifting it in your hand is so good. – Just slight die
and go to heaven moment. Martha Stewart said
mine looked okay. – If you’re not a vegan,
you could add shrimp to this or crab meat, it’s really tasty. A little bit of scallion–oh, I’m putting a little bit of
beet green in here too, for you. – Thank you.
– Because you like beet greens I was told.
– Really? [laughter] – That’s what they said. – I don’t even know
what a beet green is. – And then you roll this up… and fold in the sides. – And you keep it
on a wet towel like this? – Does that help you?
– On a damp towel. Well, it does…
– Mm-kay. if you don’t let it
sit too long… – That seems very tricky.
– But look–oh, look. No, no, look. Look.
– No, no. It’s good. Ah, that’s beautiful.
– Okay, it worked. It worked. – You could do a cigar.
Do you roll cigars? I can roll cigars,
cigarettes, whatever. – Whatev–what do you mean
whatever? – Whatever. [laughter] – Um…
– And then… – All right.
– Dip that into the peanut sauce
and take a bite. – All right. All right.
– It’s very healthy and good. I bet you’ll like it.
– Mmm. – You like it?
– You were correct. I like it.
– Good. Excellent. – I didn’t know
what you were looking for, so I did this side, kind of,
you know, coming out… – Like je ne sais quoi. Try it.
– Or this side tucked in. – Yeah, that’s perfect.
– Okay. – These are still on fire.
– Not so attractive. [laughter] – But they smell really good.
– Yeah. – Oh, my God.
These are delicious. -Wait, I have to talk. Mm, hold on. – I want quesadilla.
That’s what I want. [laughter] – These are incredible.
– Aren’t they good? – Oh, my God,
there’s so much flavor. – You’re gonna make those
for Olive. – We’re all so far apart.
– Olive– [laughter]

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