America's Test Kitchen Live!

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America¹s Test Kitchen Live! takes you inside the 2,500-square-foot test kitchen at Cook¹s Illustrated as our Test Cooks develop recipes you will be proud to serve. Learn why the most reliable holiday cookies start with an unusual mixing method. Discover how to make great eggplant Parmesan without frying a thing. Watch as we take 15 minutes to prepare cheese bread with a super crisp, cheesy crust. Uncover the secrets to roast chicken that boasts a complex lemon flavor. For this book, we¹ve selected all our ...
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America¹s Test Kitchen Live! takes you inside the 2,500-square-foot test kitchen at Cook¹s Illustrated as our Test Cooks develop recipes you will be proud to serve. Learn why the most reliable holiday cookies start with an unusual mixing method. Discover how to make great eggplant Parmesan without frying a thing. Watch as we take 15 minutes to prepare cheese bread with a super crisp, cheesy crust. Uncover the secrets to roast chicken that boasts a complex lemon flavor. For this book, we¹ve selected all our favorite recipes developed in the test kitchen during the past year.

America¹s Test Kitchen is a real place a working kitchen that is home to Cook¹s Illustrated magazine as well as the public television cooking series of the same name. At America¹s Test Kitchen, we take nothing for granted and test everything. Whether we¹re investigating the quality of price-club beef tenderloin (yes, it¹s just as good as mail-order beef that costs four times as much!) or developing a foolproof method for sautéing shrimp, our goal is simple: reliable recipes and practical information that will help you become more successful in the kitchen. Two-dozen cooks and editors taste, critique, rate, and evaluate recipes, equipment, and ingredients all day long in our test kitchen. As we are fond of saying in the test kitchen, "we do all the testing and make all the mistakes first so you don¹t have to."

  • More than 120 exhaustively-tested, foolproof recipes.
  • Hundreds of hand-drawn illustrations with step-by-step technique instructions.
  • 175 photographs in 26 chapters will take you right into the action. See our test cooks prepare gumbo or reinvent barbecued chicken in a skillet.
  • The science of cooking explained: We tell you how and why recipes work to help you become a better cook.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780936184821
  • Publisher: America's Test Kitchen
  • Publication date: 11/28/2004
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 1,480,645
  • Product dimensions: 8.56 (w) x 9.86 (h) x 1.17 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2007

    Great recipes that always turn out well

    I love America's Test Kitchen and these books are great to follow along with their PBS shows. Uncomplicated recipes that always work.

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