The Best of America's Test Kitchen 2010 by America's Test Kitchen
(Best of America's Test Kitchen Cookbook: The Year's Best Recipes)

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There is only one book that brings the best of the nearly 1,000 recipes we develop each year directly to America's Test Kitchen fans. The Best of America's Test Kitchen 2010 is a virtual yearbook of the most interesting work produced by the kitchen, pulled together from nearly every corner of our company. This year's collection of more than 200 recipes includes: Creamless Creamy Tomato Soup, French Mashed Potatoes, Savory Bread Pudding, Pizza Bianca, Garlicky Shrimp Pasta, Steak Tacos, Enchilades Verdes, Best Old-Fashioned Burgers, EAsy Caramel Cake and much, much more!
 

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America's Test Kitchen is a real place: a no-nonsense, fully equipped test kitchen located just outside Boston, MA, where a team of highly qualified test cooks and editors perform thousands of tests every year. The goal? To develop the best recipes and cooking techniques, recommend the best cookware and equipment, and rate brand-name pantry staples for home cooks. America's Test Kitchen is devoted to a collegial approach to cooking?teams of editors, writers, and cooks engage in side-by-side comparisons, blind taste tests, and rigorous equipment performance tests to determine which pans work and which ones don?t, which brand of ketchup tastes best, and so on. America's Test Kitchen accepts no advertising. We are a private company with no affiliations with large publishers, cookware manufacturers, or food purveyors, which means that our content is unbiased and objective. Tremblay is a photographer.
 
Published September 1, 2009 by Cook's Illustrated. 352 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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While most of her own international recipes are long forgotten, early 20th-century food writer "Countess" Morphy (born plain old Marcelle Azra Hincks in New Orleans) did leave us one timeless piece of culinary advice: "Simple cooking cannot be trusted to simple cooks."

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