The New Best Recipe

The New Best Recipe

Oversize Book - 2004
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The updated version of a best-selling classic

Flagship book of award-winning series with more than 1000 pages and 800 illustrations. Would you make 38 versions of creme caramel to find the absolute best version? The editors of Cook's Illustrated did. Along with 20 versions of simple recipes such as coleslaw. Now fully revised and expanded this new edition offers more than 1000 recipes for all your favorite dishes from roast chicken and macaroni cheese to creme caramel and chocolate chip cookies. There are also expanded tutorials on grilling, baking, stir frying and much more. This is the ultimate cooking resource for novice and experienced cooks alike.
Publisher: Brookline, MA : America's Test Kitchen, c 2004.
Edition: 2nd ed.
ISBN: 9780936184746
Branch Call Number: 641.5 N42, 2004
TX715 .B485657 2004
Characteristics: xi, 1028 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Alternative Title: Cook's illustrated.


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Jan 31, 2011

Great cook book! Everything I've ever made from it, has always turned out well. I love that they recommend particular products and equipment.

Jan 30, 2011

This series of cookbooks are more than just recipes. If you are interested in the science of cooking you will love this the informative articles.

Sep 02, 2009

The recipes are reliable, and the explanations are thorough. Always trustworthy.

Sep 01, 2009

This book is more than just your average recipe book. The authors take variations on recipes, test them, and then come up with the "best" of each recipe. The articles before each recipe are full of the science and process of cooking that are interesting to read on their own. Included are tips and tricks that will make the average cook a great one.


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