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America's Test Kitchen, Season 10TV-GClosed Captioning

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Description

America’s Test Kitchen is the most-watched cooking show on public television. The show is filmed in the test kitchen of Cook’s Illustrated magazine, located just outside Boston. Each episode features recipes carefully developed to make sure they work every time. Christopher Kimball and the test cooks solve everyday cooking problems, test equipment so you never have to waste money on gadgets that don’t work, and taste supermarket ingredients to save you time in the store. It’s a common-sense, practical approach that you won’t find on other cooking shows.

Customer Reviews

One of the best cooking shows ever.

If you really want to learn how to cook, get this show. It's second only to Good Eats for teaching people the art of cooking.

Great show and magazines

Americas test kitchen just doesn't make up a recipe and throw it out there like some food network chefs.They literally make a recipe a 100 or more times to get it right and they test kitchen equipment in real world usage. Their magazines have no ads and they supported by the public not a company trying to sell you something

Good Information but overpriced

America Cooks and its parent company Cooks Illustrated has a lot of good information but it tends to be very expensive to get if you miss it on their PBS Show. At $2 for less than a half hour of informaton I do not consider it to be good value. Also, if you are going to get a season subscription, you might as well subscribe to their online website for a few dollars more and get a lot more features, including the entire archive of the recipes that you can save to your own online collection, print, or save as PDF's to your computer. One issue with their website however is their business practices. They require a credit card which they keep on file and do not provide the option to opt out for automatic renewal. If this practice bothers you as it does me I would recommend using one with the shortest expiration date or use a prepaid credit card that can not be used after the amount is exhausted.