Stories tagged: America’s Test Kitchen
Tue., April 26, 2016, 4 p.m.
Cookbook review: ‘Foolproof Preserving’ shows science behind boiling water canning
Preserve summer’s bounty with tips and recipes with this new canning book from America’s Test Kitchen
Tue., April 19, 2016, 4 p.m.
Cookbook review: Fire up the grill with America’s Test Kitchen
The cooks in America’s Test Kitchen turn their attention to the grill.
Tue., March 29, 2016, 7 p.m.
Cookbook review: Learning to cook with cast iron skillets
What can’t a cast-iron skillet do? This American classic is a versatile workhorse, the one pan that does it all. From cinnamon buns to roast chicken, this new cookbook shows …
Wed., Jan. 6, 2016, midnight
Paleo, if you please
New cookbook from America’s Test Kitchen offers paleo versions of favorite recipes
Tue., Dec. 8, 2015, 10 a.m.
Think outside the kitchen, not just the box
Everyday tools from a hair dryer and shower cap to toilet paper tubes, pennies and binder clips all have a place in the kitchen – if novice cooks to veteran …
Wed., July 29, 2015, midnight
Cookbook highlights regional recipes from across the U.S.
Quick Look: Eat your way through America with this smattering of coast-to-coast specialties, including a limited offering from the Pacific Northwest. What’s Inside: This 320-page softcover cookbook is divided into …
Wed., May 13, 2015, midnight
‘Complete Vegetarian’ brings fresh ideas
Quick look: Eat fresh this summer and beyond with 700 vegetarian recipes. Of them, 250 are vegan and 500 are gluten free. What’s inside: This comprehensive, 463-page, soft-cover cookbook follows …
Wed., April 29, 2015, midnight
Spice up your table with familiar Mexican favorites
“The Best Mexican Recipes” features familiar favorites and traditional, regional fare from south of the border. The latest offering from America’s Test Kitchen ($26.95) breaks down Mexican cooking techniques into …
Wed., March 18, 2015, midnight
Classic poule au pot helps you eat like a king
Classic French poule au pot – chicken in a pot – is made with a whole chicken, stuffed with seasoned bread and braised alongside vegetables in a Dutch oven. It’s …
Wed., Nov. 26, 2014, midnight
Recipes offer alternatives for small groups
If you don’t have a large crowd coming over for Thanksgiving dinner, Turkey Breast en Cocotte with Pan Gravy from America’s Test Kitchen offers a simple, super-moist and elegant option. …
Wed., Nov. 19, 2014, midnight
‘New Family Cookbook’ serves up the classics
Quick look: The 10-year anniversary edition of this beast of a cookbook encompasses 888 pages and weighs 6 pounds, 4 ounces – that is, according to the scale in The …
Wed., April 30, 2014, midnight
‘Cooking for Two’ focuses on perfect portions
Quick Look: Just in time for wedding season, this bible for couples’ cooking helps two-person households limit leftovers, curb kitchen waste and prepare perfectly portioned and delicious dishes. Make dinners, …
Wed., March 12, 2014, midnight
A little Guinness goes a long way in stew
You don’t need the luck of the Irish – just their beer – to make a robust beef stew. Guinness Beef Stew from “The Best of America’s Test Kitchen 2014” …
Wed., Nov. 13, 2013, midnight
Cookbook review: ‘Cook’s Illustrated Baking Book’
Quick Look: With 450 “foolproof” recipes, this is a must-have bible for bakers. Its 15 comprehensive chapters cover everything from cookies, quick breads and scones to cakes, crêpes, croissants and …