After creating dishes and cocktails (even flower arrangements!) with celebrity guests, all of the items from the "Martha Stewart Show" kitchen are being auctioned off. Here's how you can bid. 
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Many home cooks love Martha Stewart, but for those who hang onto every piece of advice from the celebrity homemaker, there's an opportunity you don't want to miss: Kaminski Auction in Beverly, Massachusetts is getting ready to sell off all the studio props and furniture seen on "The Martha Stewart Show" early next month.

Bidding will take place on May 5 and May 6 just outside of Boston—but before you pack your bags, you'll be happy to hear that fans can also get in on the action online and over the phone.

Back in the early aughts, we all watched as Martha Stewart ruled daytime television by inviting viewers into her kitchen to create classic dishes with masterful skill.

By the time the show went off the air in 2012, Stewart had hosted a lot of her famous pals in the kitchen, including celebrity chefs Emeril Lagasse, Mario Batali, and Lidia Bastianich, but also the likes of Julianne Moore, Jennifer Garner, Anne Hathaway—and yes, even Donald Trump.

The items in the auction include dinnerware and cooking utensils used on the show—but also chairs, stools, tables, and barware. It's not a secret that Stewart has a penchant for antique items, so we're betting a few could be worth quite a bit.

And if you think you're just helping put more cash into Stewart's pockets, some of the proceeds from the auction will actually go to the Martha Stewart Center for Living at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. This charitable organization aids elderly residents by facilitating healthcare and works to combat any negative public perception of aging.

While we're guessing that even the best deals at the auction will go for a pretty penny, there's always items from the Martha Stewart Collection to fill any Martha-sized hole in your life. For more information on the auction, including ways to get in on the action yourself, click here.