[Sca-cooks] Cook's Illustrated
Shoshanna at caergalen.org
Tue Feb 3 14:19:02 PST 2009
I am very new to this list but I will agree - I have had a subscription to
this magazine for many years and I too find their guidance invaluable. I
find the information they provide to be well researched and "good science".
Yes, some of it may be subjective but I can live with that.
Unfortunately it doesn't always work for me and I have to make some
adjustments because I live above 5,000 feet.
On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 3:09 PM, K C Francis <katiracook at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Speaking of the best saute' pan, I bought the highly recommended
> inexpensive one and I LOVE it! I've used their product testing results for
> many shopping trips! Their articles are filled with excellent photographs
> or drawings that really help take you through the recipe/technique.
> Katira> From: countgunthar at hotmail.com> To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
> Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2009 09:45:37 -0600> Subject: [Sca-cooks] Cook's
> Illustrated> > > We have a subscription to Cook's Illustrated and I highly
> recommend it> to everyone. Each issue is like sitting at the knee of a
> cooking genius.> > This is the same group that does "America's Test Kitchen"
> and they take> no advertising so they don't mind recommending products or
> rejecting items> depending on how they fare in their tests.> > The subjects
> range from the best saute' pan to use to the best way to make> a chicken
> stock to pretty much every aspect of cookery. Their tests are > scientific
> and explained in clear English.> > Really, every cook should have a
> subscription. Each issue I learn new things.> > This has been a
> non-recompensed endorsement.> > Gunthar
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