America Test Kitchen Recipes

America Test Kitchen Recipes

America’s Test Kitchen is the most-watched instructional cooking program on television, and it attracts more viewers than any program on Food Network or the Cooking Channel.* The show is filmed in a 2,500-square-foot test kitchen just outside Boston and is the workday home of more than 50 test cooks, food scientists, and product testers. Each episode features recipes that have been tested 20, 30, and sometimes 50 times or more until they are foolproof and guaranteed to work for you the first time. A cast of test cooks familiar to millions of home cooks solve everyday cooking problems, test equipment so you never have to waste money on gadgets that don’t work, and taste supermarket ingredients to save you time at the store. It’s a commonsense, practical approach that you won’t find on other cooking shows.
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America Test Kitchen Recipes

“Mr. Kimball spent the last year of his employment with America’s Test Kitchen creating a new venture which literally and conceptually ripped off America’s Test Kitchen,” the lawsuit says. (While “America’s Test Kitchen” is the brand’s flagship public television series, it’s also the name of the multimedia corporation that includes its cookbook operations, online cooking school, Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country magazines, a now-defunct radio show, and a variety of other assets.)
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America Test Kitchen Recipes

“To quickly break into the marketplace with a viable and recognizable company,” it alleges, “Mr. Kimball stole confidential information from America’s Test Kitchen, solicited America’s Test Kitchen employees and outside relationships and misappropriated corporate opportunities belonging to America’s Test Kitchen.”
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America Test Kitchen Recipes

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America Test Kitchen Recipes

The lawsuit disputes Kimball’s claim that Milk Street is conceptually different from Cook’s Illustrated (which the suit says has more than 1 million paid subscribers) because of its focus on global recipes and techniques, rather than Northern European tradition. “Since its inception, ATK has written about recipes and techniques from around the world, especially in Cook’s Illustrated,” the suit says. “Indeed, while at ATK, Kimball openly compared Northern European cooking (as a melting pot cuisine) with the ‘rest of the world,’ which uses more spices and less heat — the very concept he now touts as the foundation of Milk Street.” Additionally, it states, Kimball “promotes Milk Street as a cosmopolitan reboot of America’s Test Kitchen.”
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America Test Kitchen Recipes

Today's Digest One-Pan Potatoes Recipe The Best Braised Potatoes We love the versatility of waxy potatoes like Red Bliss. Steamed whole, they turn tender and creamy—perfect canvases for tossing with butter and fresh herbs. They also take well to halving and roasting, which browns their cut surfaces. So we set out to create a simple, one-pot potato side dish that featured the best of both worlds. We combined halved small red potatoes, butter, and salted water in a 12-inch skillet and simmered this mixture until the potatoes turned creamy and the water fully evaporated. In the then-dry skillet, the potatoes and butter were left alone to fry and develop great flavor and color. Subtle aromatics like thyme and garlic balance well with last-minute additions like Dijon mustard. Taste Test Unsalted Butter Buy the winner Equipment Review 12.5-Inch Pan Lids We tested three models that claim to keep a lid on your favorite larger pan. Buy the winner How To Potato Varieties Bookstore One-Pan Wonders One-pan meals would be a great solution for busy weeknights, if they didn’t result in bland, mushy food. The test kitchen solved these challenges to create One-Pan Wonders, a collection of inspired, family-friendly recipes for even the busiest home cooks.› $19.95 — Add to Cart More Simple Potato Recipes Best Baked Potatoes All-American Potato Salad Crisp Roast Potatoes Deal of the Day OXO Good Grips Non-Stick 12-inch Open Frypan This pan came slick and stayed that way—we stopped both fried egg tests after 50 eggs. It cooked and released food perfectly, thanks to its darker finish and excellent nonstick coating. Its gently flared sides and lightweight design made it easy to load, unload, and move. Its grippy stay-cool handle was flawless and its cooking surface vast. While supplies last. Offer ends at 11:59 p.m. PT on June 5, 2017. Share
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America Test Kitchen Recipes

Recipe The Best Braised Potatoes We love the versatility of waxy potatoes like Red Bliss. Steamed whole, they turn tender and creamy—perfect canvases for tossing with butter and fresh herbs. They also take well to halving and roasting, which browns their cut surfaces. So we set out to create a simple, one-pot potato side dish that featured the best of both worlds. We combined halved small red potatoes, butter, and salted water in a 12-inch skillet and simmered this mixture until the potatoes turned creamy and the water fully evaporated. In the then-dry skillet, the potatoes and butter were left alone to fry and develop great flavor and color. Subtle aromatics like thyme and garlic balance well with last-minute additions like Dijon mustard. Taste Test Unsalted Butter Buy the winner Equipment Review 12.5-Inch Pan Lids We tested three models that claim to keep a lid on your favorite larger pan. Buy the winner How To Potato Varieties Bookstore One-Pan Wonders One-pan meals would be a great solution for busy weeknights, if they didn’t result in bland, mushy food. The test kitchen solved these challenges to create One-Pan Wonders, a collection of inspired, family-friendly recipes for even the busiest home cooks.› $19.95 — Add to Cart More Simple Potato Recipes Best Baked Potatoes All-American Potato Salad Crisp Roast Potatoes Deal of the Day OXO Good Grips Non-Stick 12-inch Open Frypan This pan came slick and stayed that way—we stopped both fried egg tests after 50 eggs. It cooked and released food perfectly, thanks to its darker finish and excellent nonstick coating. Its gently flared sides and lightweight design made it easy to load, unload, and move. Its grippy stay-cool handle was flawless and its cooking surface vast. While supplies last. Offer ends at 11:59 p.m. PT on June 5, 2017.
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America Test Kitchen Recipes

The show is affiliated with Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country magazines, and the magazines’ test kitchen facility at the Innovation and Design Building in Boston, Massachusetts is used as a set for the show. The America’s Test Kitchen brand has also produced books, radio shows, and an online database for cooking recipes and tips.
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America’s Test Kitchen features several recurring cast members, although not every cast member appears in each episode. Julia Collin Davison (identified on-screen before season 7 as “Julia Collin”), Bridget Lancaster, Kay Rentschler, Rebecca “Becky” Hays, Sandra Wu, Yvonne Ruperti, J. Kenji Alt (now J. Kenji Lopez-Alt), Erika Bruce, Bryan Roof and Dan Souza are the chefs who explain and prepare the recipes in each episode as Kimball watches and comments. Yvonne Ruperti and J. Kenji Lopez-Alt departed the company in 2011 and 2009 respectively. Usually only one or two of the chefs will appear in an episode. Collin-Davison, Lancaster and Rentschler appeared as regular cast members on season 1. Since, Rentschler moved to the positions of Culinary Producer and Executive Chef by season 2 and appeared in only one episode that season, before leaving the show by Season 3. Hays joined the permanent cast in season 5, Bruce, Wu, and Ruperti each appear for a single season (seasons 5, 6, and 8, respectively), and Alt appears in seasons 7 and 8. All are prominent recipe testers or editors in Cook’s Illustrated. Beginning in season 5, Cook’s Illustrated staff chefs Hays, Bruce, Jeremy Sauer, and Matthew Card appeared in segments answering common viewer mail questions. Hays, Bruce, and Sauer joined the on-camera cast for season 6; Hays moved into credited cast member status beginning in season 7. Roof and Souza were added to the regular cast starting season 15.