Martha Stewart returns to television next month with her new weekly series, Martha Stewart's Cooking School.

Stewart's daily The Martha Stewart Show ended its run on cabler Hallmark earlier this summer.

The new show is inspired by Stewart's best-selling cookbook, Martha Stewart's Cooking School: Lessons and Recipes for the Home Cook, and each 30-minute episode, like the book, focuses on a different cooking technique, such as roasting or braising.

The show's October 6/7 (check local listings) premiere installment is dedicated to the versatile egg. Following episodes will focus on other basic building blocks of cooking, such as sauces, vegetables and stocks (not the kind you trade).

“By illustrating the building blocks of recipes, Martha Stewart's Cooking School simplifies cooking methods everyone should know (from roasting to poaching to braising and blanching),” the show's description reads. “Martha will instruct viewers each step of the way; from selecting the very best ingredients and making simple stocks to flawlessly pan sauteing a whole fish.”

The show is produced by Stewart's Living Omnimedia and Arlington-based PBS station WETA.