Cook's Country Best Potluck Recipes

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Cook's Country Best Potluck Recipes

More Than 100 Classic and Heirloom Favorites for All Occasions

By America's Test Kitchen (Editor)

America's Test Kitchen, Spiral, 9781933615585, 244pp.

Publication Date: March 1, 2010

Whether feeding the extended family on a Sunday night or heading over to the neighbor's annual block party, "Cook's Country" comes to the rescue with an impressive collection of recipes offering dishes fit for every kind of crowd. Full-color photos throughout.

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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.

Friday, Jul 16, 2010

Potluck dinners, as anyone who's attended one knows, can be anything but lucky. It doesn't have to be that way -- just ask Chris Kimball, host of PBS' America's Test Kitchen. For his new book, Kimball collected classic and heirloom recipes for tasty potluck dishes. More at

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