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The Complete America's Test Kitchen TV Show Cookbook 2001-2018: Every Recipe From The Hit TV Show With Product Ratings and a Look Behind the Scenes Kindle Edition


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Customers Reviews

The best recipes, but make sure you get the latest publication of the book

5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazon Customer on May 10, 2017
America's Test Kitchen has the most reliable, error proof, tasty recipes. I highly recommend this book BUT MAKE SURE YOU GET THE LATEST PUBLICATION which (as of the time that I'm writing this review) I think now includes 17 seasons worth of recipes instead of 10. I ordered this book several years ago, and I would purchase the new volume if I didn't already have access to all 17 seasons via my subscription to the website.As a side note, I basically learned to cook from watching this show. My mom gets so mad that I cook more with their recipes than with hers. I recommend subscribing to their website so that you can have access to their recipe videos. Aside from recipes they also offer great product reviews for cookware, knives, gadgets, kitchen appliances, etc. They'll tell you which ones work the best at the most affordable price. Affordable meaning that, in contrast to most cooking magazines which get paid to promote the priciest products, they only recommend products that the average consumer can afford. For example, they will tell you why the $50 dollar toaster they recommend works better than the $200 toaster with all the bells and whistles that nobody needs on a toaster and that don't help it toast bread any better anyway. But they'll also explain that you should avoid the temptation to buy such and such brand $20 toaster because it only toasts one side of the bread. I don't think I've ever been disappointed with one of their recommended products that I have purchased. They also do taste tests and determine the best brands of prepared food products. So you don't have to try 5 different brands of hummus, or brownies, or broth, or curry powder to find a good one.I highly recommend all of their cookbooks and website subscriptions.
the recipe book of all time

5.0 out of 5.0 by Thomas Wardell on June 1, 2017
This is my go to for when i need to make anything yummy! the best recipes ever the only draw back i have is that sometimes they get a little carried away for example they have a recipe for scrambled eggs that is a ten step process. I tried it once. it was good to try but not up to my families taste.the Brisket is the reason i got this book, a neighbor made it for a B.B.Q. and I had to have it. I have since found other recipes that i use to impress the in-laws, my church, my neighbors, my co workers and well anyone i want to impress.I will never admit this anywhere else but the Cheesecake recipe in this book is my "secret recipe that i will never share with another living sole that is not family and well...you the reader.oh and the creme brulee is fantastic. when I make this my wife will not let me share it with anyone upon pain of death. this one is my personal favorite. just make sure to read through the recipe thoroughly before you start. I have since made notes in my copy to help make things go smother
Expensive to keep up to date.

3.0 out of 5.0 by P Johnson on January 2, 2018
This is the second time I've bought this cookbook. If you want to get the recipes from each season's shows, you have to buy the entire cookbook again each year just to get the new recipes. It's an expensive book so I won't be doing it again. Too bad you can't just buy each year separately.
It is nicely organized into sections

5.0 out of 5.0 by May Star on June 20, 2018
This cookbook is everything that the TV show said it would be. It is nicely organized into sections. All of the recipes come with a 'why this recipe works', at the end which I found that I really liked. It even shows you in the back of the book a section for all of the products that the American Test Kitchen people used and stand by. This was a great help when I was looking for a cooking thermometer from a manufacturer that was shown on the show. I couldn't remember the name of the product. It was there in the back of this wonderful cookbook!
I love this cookbook

5.0 out of 5.0 by Sassie23 on May 31, 2018
I love this cookbook! I love watching this show because they test out several different ways of making these dishes and pick the best one to put in the cookbook. It’s so nice, I know I can count on the food being the best quality. I have several recipes that are my “staples” now that people always comment on how much they like them. The recipes are easy to follow and usually use common ingredients so I don’t have to do much planning ahead to cook a lot of the meals. It is good for the beginner or advanced cook.
If you're going to own one cookbook, let it be this

5.0 out of 5.0 by L. Sztajer on January 2, 2013
A couple of months ago, I decided I was going to learn to cook for real. I'm in my late 40s, and have only ever made fast-and-easy recipes, if I cooked at all. My mom turned me on to the America's Test Kitchen television show, which hooked me immediately, and I ordered this comprehensive cookbook from Amazon right away.So far, I have made several recipes ranging from cookies to crab cakes to pork chops to fettucini alfredo ... and my family has loved every single meal. My husband, having developed a discerning palette from eating at restaurants so frequently, has decided that the ATK recipes are as good - and frequently better - than restaurant meals.The best part of this cookbook is that they don't assume you know everything. Each recipe is preceded by "why this works" which is helpful to someone like me to learn the basic ins and outs of preparing foods in the best way. They describe why certain ingredients or processes tested poorly or well, which helps me to understand the chemistry of how ingredients behave (although their "Science of Good Cooking" probably goes into more detail).These are not recipes for busy people - I can easily spend a couple of hours preparing a meal - they often provide alternate recipes or techniques to make a dish easier or faster. You have the option of going "old school" or trying the easier route, but both taste great.Most importantly, though, the dishes tastes really good. This is also not a cookbook for dieting or health-conscious cooking. It's all about what tastes the best, regardless of what ingredients were required to get there. So you won't find any nutrition metrics because ... well ... it's just better to appreciate the great taste than worry about the calories.I now own several cookbooks, but I keep coming back to this massive, in-depth collection from ATK. It has become my go-to cookbook. I highly recommend picking up this cookbook as the backbone to your recipe collection