Cook's Illustrated Magazine, Jan/Feb 2013

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    • Categories: Stews & one-pot meals; Main course; French
    • Ingredients: sandwich bread; shallots; parsley; fennel fronds; whole grain mustard; bulk pork sausage; celery; marjoram; bay leaves; chicken breasts; chicken legs; red potatoes; carrots; fennel; black peppercorns; chicken broth
    • Accompaniments: Herb sauce
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    • Categories: Main course
    • Ingredients: shrimp; garlic; anise seeds; dried red pepper flakes; parsley
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    • Categories: Main course
    • Ingredients: shrimp; garlic; dried red pepper flakes; coriander seeds; limes; annatto; cilantro
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    • Categories: Main course
    • Ingredients: shrimp; garlic; toasted sesame oil; fresh ginger; cumin seeds; scallions
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    • Categories: Salads; Side dish; Winter; Vegetarian
    • Ingredients: red grapefruits; navel oranges; pecans; shallots; watercress; dried cranberries
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    • Categories: Salads; Side dish; Winter; Vegetarian
    • Ingredients: red grapefruits; navel oranges; shallots; walnuts; arugula; golden raisins
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    • Categories: Salads; Side dish; Winter; Vegan; Vegetarian
    • Ingredients: red grapefruits; navel oranges; shallots; smoked almonds; radicchio; dates
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    • Categories: Egg dishes; Breakfast / brunch; Vegetarian
    • Ingredients: eggs
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    • Categories: Egg dishes; Salads; Main course; Cooking for 1 or 2; Vegetarian
    • Ingredients: eggs; balsamic vinegar; shallots; salad greens
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    • Categories: Egg dishes; Main course; Cooking for 1 or 2; Vegetarian
    • Ingredients: eggs; mushrooms; mixed herbs
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    • Categories: Egg dishes; Main course; Cooking for 1 or 2; Vegetarian
    • Ingredients: asparagus; Parmesan cheese; eggs
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    • Categories: Main course; Chinese
    • Ingredients: beef flap steaks; soy sauce; oranges; molasses; dry sherry; rice vinegar; toasted sesame oil; vegetable oil; jalapeño chiles; fresh ginger; dried red pepper flakes; scallions
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    • Categories: Mousses, trifles, custards & creams; Dessert; Cooking ahead
    • Ingredients: butter; light corn syrup; heavy cream; milk; egg yolks; dark rum
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    • Categories: Cakes, small; Breakfast / brunch; Afternoon tea
    • Ingredients: rolled oats; pecans; ground cinnamon; all-purpose flour; light brown sugar; milk
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    • Categories: Soups
    • Ingredients: dried shiitake mushrooms; thyme; bay leaves; wild rice; cremini mushrooms; onions; tomato paste; dry sherry; chicken broth; soy sauce; heavy cream; chives
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    • Categories: Pasta, doughs & sauces; Main course; Italian
    • Ingredients: salt pork; dried red pepper flakes; tomato paste; canned tomatoes; pecorino Romano cheese; spaghetti pasta
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  • Oatmeal muffins

    • LaurenB on January 28, 2019

      More involved than a normal muffin recipe, but turned out perfect. Will add a bit of cinnamon to muffin batter next time.

    • hillsboroks on September 24, 2019

      The extra work of toasting the oatmeal in butter is so worth the amazing oat flavor. These muffins are not very sweet and neither is the streusel. I added 2 tablespoons extra brown sugar to the streusel and it was just right. Next time I will take LaurenB's suggestion and add a bit of cinnamon. These muffins are incredibly moist and stay moist and flavorful for up to two days after baking. I would not attempt to bake these muffins in a regular pan without special large muffin liners because the batter fills regular muffin tins to the top before you add the streusel. I used tulip shaped muffin liners and they were perfect.

  • Best butterscotch pudding

    • manond on February 04, 2013

      This was sooooo good! I put it in little French dessert cups and used a pastry bag to pipe whipped cream on top. I made it for the children at a dinner party, and more adults than children chose it! Yum!

    • Analyze on March 25, 2017

      HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! I made it side by side with the older "Butterscotch Pudding" published by the same company in the America's Test Kitchen Family Cookbook, and this one was SO much more flavorful. Because you end up cooking the caramel to a deeper color/flavor, it turns out a better pudding with WAY more intense flavors; it also has more rich ingredients (more butter and cream). Mine didn't thicken up in step 4, though, so I had to put it back on the heat like you'd traditionally make pudding. The older ATK recipe (while good) is incredibly mild by comparison (kids might like it better). If you do make this amazing recipe, I'll add that we personally preferred it without the rum, though it's good with the rum too.

    • joanhuguet on March 03, 2015

      The flavor was great, but the texture was thin and grainy. I'll stick with the traditional approach to tempering eggs if I make this again.

  • Wild rice and mushroom soup

    • Dommy on September 16, 2017

      Recipe can be found on this blog: http://knitonepearlonion.blogspot.com/2013/03/wild-rice-and-mushroom-soup.html

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  • Soft-cooked eggs

    • Bitten Word

      Each egg was absolutely perfect. The whites were set, the yolks were soft and runny. Over a simple salad of greens, with a scatter of salt and fresh-ground pepper, it was the perfect weekend lunch.

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  • Published Jan 01 2013
  • Format Magazine
  • Page Count 32
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Cook's Illustrated

Publishers Text

Cook's Illustrated is dedicated to finding the best methods for preparing foolproof home-cooked meals. Unlike some glossy cooking magazines, our magazine is staffed with cooks and editors not food stylists. Our 2,500 square foot test kitchen — the same kitchen in which we film our public television show, America's Test Kitchen — has three dozen full-time test cooks whose 9 to 5 job (well maybe 7 to 6 on baking days) is testing and retesting recipes 20, 30, sometimes 50 times until we can offer our readers a recipe we're confident will work every time. (Of course you have to promise to follow our recipes for those foolproof results.)

We also offer ratings and reviews of cookware and kitchen equipment to inform you how different models compare and compete so that you can shop smart. We taste test supermarket ingredients and kitchen staples you use every day, so you know which brands taste best, and which are best avoided. And because Cook's Illustrated is 100% advertising FREE, you get unbiased, objective information.