'America's Test Kitchen Family Baking Book' on Serious Eats

Last Week's Contest Winners

Cook the Book: America's Test Kitchen Family Baking Book: princesskaren, pamlovescoffee, chupachups, Larikatz, and poomy. Cook the Book Party Planner: La Cucina: Anne-Marie, HadleyCT, mbreen, BostonDiner, and honeybea. Winners have been notified by email and also appear on our Contest Winners page. Thanks to all who entered.... More

Jam Thumbprints

The following recipe is from the December 23 edition of our weekly recipe newsletter. To receive this newsletter in your inbox, sign up here! The whole time that I was baking these Jam Thumbprints from America's Test Kitchen Family Baking... More

Cook the Book: Glazed Lemon Cookies

The cookies have a very crisp texture, and a pronounced lemon flavor both aromatic and tart. But the nicest part of these cookies is that the lemon flavor is sharp and bright, and there's something about them that bring to mind a refreshing glass of lemonade or a scoop of lemon sorbet. More

Cook the Book: America's Test Kitchen Family Baking Book

You won't find Christopher Kimball on Food Network or pandering to the morning talkshow set—he's quite the polar opposite of the flamboyant, vivacious food personalities we've become so accustomed to in recent years. But Kimball has been an integral part of American food media for the last 30 years. You might recognize his signature horn-rimmed glasses and suspenders from America's Test Kitchen, a program syndicated on PBS stations around the country or from the pages of Cook's Illustrated, a bimonthly magazine that he's helmed for the since 1993. Kimball's reserved and meticulous New England sensibilities have made him into a reliable source of solid information and recipes for a very specific type of home cooks. Within the pages of... More

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