The Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen Cookbook by The Editors of Good Housekeeping
Essential Recipes for Every Home Cook

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Here is the first ring-binder cookbook from the famed Good Housekeeping test kitchens--where every dish is triple-tested for ease, reliability, and great taste. These 375 delicious recipes, specially selected by the test kitchen as any home cook's essential go-to collection, are paired with irresistible color photographs and the magazine's unmatched kitchen know-how. - Recipes include colorful icons to indicate at-a-glance low-calorie, heart-healthy, 30-minute meals, make-ahead, and slow-cooker choices. Chapters cover everything from appetizers to desserts, and there are special chapters on one-dish meals, vegetarian main meals, and fast weeknight meals. - Includes smart phone tags that link to 35 helpful Good Housekeeping how-to cooking videos. The user simply scans the tags with a free phone app to view them.   For users without smart phones, URLs are also provided to view the videos on the web. - Under the direction of Susan Westmoreland, The Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen buys approximately 17,000 pounds of food, performs 1,700 taste tests, and washes 77,000 dishes every year to make sure that every delicious recipe works in any oven or stovetop, with any brand of ingredients, no matter what.  
 

About The Editors of Good Housekeeping

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Good Housekeeping magazine is an icon of consumer protection and quality assurance. Each issue reaches 24 million readers and, with 15 editions published worldwide, it is an internationally recognized brand that sets the standard to which all other women's service magazines aspire. Susan Westmoreland has been Good Housekeeping magazine's food director, entrusted with the management of the renowned Test Kitchen for more than 15 years. She regularly represents the magazine on television and radio. In 2001, Susan was named The James Beard Foundation's Editor of the Year.
 
Published October 4, 2011 by Hearst. 690 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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This solid, encyclopedic reference opens with an equipment overview, including basic knife skills, and is followed by practical advice for food safety and healthy eating, some entertaining strategies,

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Most of the basics are here-Jelly Rolls, eclairs, Peach Cobbler, Banana Cream Pie, Pineapple Upside-Down Cake, Angel Food Cake, Carrot Cake (and a deluxe version, which includes crushed pineapple), Gingerbread-as are some twists on the familiar, like Jeweled Fruit Galettes (instead of fancy fruit...

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This solid, encyclopedic reference opens with an equipment overview, including basic knife skills, and is followed by practical advice for food safety and healthy eating, some entertaining strategies, and an introduction to wine.

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