Cooking at Home with Bridget and Julia: The Hosts of America's Test Kitchen Share Their Favorite Recipes for Feeding Family and Friends by Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison and Editors at America's Test Kitchen and America's Test Kitchen Editors

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  • Thai pork lettuce wraps

    • SACarlson on June 15, 2019

      I put pork shoulder through my meat grinder, so deviated from the recipe a bit. I love this recipe--so easy and so delicious!

  • Spaghetti with lemon, basil, and scallops

    • stef on July 13, 2020

      I used bay scallops. The dressing of olive oil, lemon, parmesan,basil was very good with the spaghetti and bay scallops. Will repeat

  • Mushroom and leek galette

    • stef on January 07, 2018

      This made a nice lunch with salad. Mushroom loving husband loved it

  • Yeasted waffles

    • stef on January 07, 2018

      These waffles are crispy on the outside creamy on the inside. Recipe was successfully doubled for christmas

  • Cat head biscuits

    • stef on February 06, 2022

      A nice tender biscuit but I would bake it on a cookie sheet next time. I had trouble taking them out

  • Classic ground beef tacos with homemade taco shells

    • stef on April 14, 2019

      This was a very nicely spiced taco. Quick to make and family loved it

    • averythingcooks on August 05, 2020

      The spice mixture for these ground beef tacos is (not surprisingly) FAR superior to any store bought blend I have used. I have several options for chili powder and was happy that I used one of my hottest ones. These were a great vehicle for all the great toppings we like - which include spicy corn relish, pickled red onions, shredded lettuce, grated cheese and a lime spiked sour cream. A great & simple pantry dinner.

  • Crispy cornflake pork chops

    • stef on January 07, 2018

      Made a nice pork chop

  • Tomato and mozzarella tart

    • stef on August 07, 2020

      Made with store bought puff pastry. Simple ingredients but takes time. A repeat

  • Korean fried chicken wings

    • stef on February 07, 2022

      This recipe made very crisp and nicely spiced wings. The wings are coated in a flour/cornstarch mixture and fried. The wings are fried twice. This was a long process. I would make the sauce again but maybe a different method for the wings.

  • Meatballs and marinara

    • averythingcooks on June 16, 2020

      I needed a simple marinara for tomorrow's calzones & came here for something new. Here's the key - READ THE RECIPE. I set out making 1/2 the recipe & once into it, I realized that the "onion mixture" was for both the marinara & the meatballs I really only needed 1/4 of it :(. Once I figured that out (and set aside the excess) I ended up with a lovely rich & flavourful sauce (with lots for freezer). The plan is to now use the onion/garlic I set aside to make the meatballs for meatball subs later this week.

  • Easy grilled flank steak with garlic-herb sauce

    • averythingcooks on January 22, 2021

      I used a different prep for our flank steak (air fryer expts continue) BUT I did make the garlic-herb sauce and it was DELICIOUS with both the steak and some crispy smashed potatoes. My 1st taste was great but then I did up the herbs with a bit of fresh basil & fresh oregano (lots of herbs inhouse to use right now) and we both loved this herby, lemony garlicky condiment. A DEFINITE repeat.

  • Short-order home fries

    • averythingcooks on February 21, 2021

      I cut this in 1/2 using 2 large red skinned potatoes (unpeeled) and the result was a great little pan of what I consider to be true home fries. I did some of the prep ahead as suggested (steaming the potatoes in the microwave & frying the onions) which made getting these & our frittata finished at the same time easier. I will certainly make these again.

  • Holiday scalloped potatoes

    • averythingcooks on January 06, 2019

      I normally make an "old" Taste of Home version of scalloped potatoes (butter & flour roux then slowly mixed with milk to avoid lumps etc). I decided to try this as an alternative (simmering potatoes in a mix of 35% / 5% cream). The recipe header says "a saucy " dish and it was.....the cheesey mixture was still quite thin when we pulled it out of the oven. The potatoes were beautifully cooked (always a key with scalloped potatoes) but I'm not sure this version will make another appearance.

  • Éclair cake

    • hbakke on April 23, 2019

      Ty made this for my birthday. Pretty tasty. Definitely tasted better the second day. The graham crackers had more time to soften.

  • Bacon-ranch cheese ball

    • hbakke on November 30, 2019

      Made this for Thanksgiving. Everyone seemed to like it. I would say that it was a bit salty, probably from the mayo choice, but overall pretty tasty. I served this with pitas chips which held up well to the stiff cheese ball.

  • Pasta e ceci

    • Apepin on December 05, 2020

      Great version of this dish. In the regular rotation.

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  • ISBN 10 1945256168
  • ISBN 13 9781945256165
  • Published Oct 31 2017
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 320
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher America's Test Kitchen

Publishers Text

A winning collection of 150 recipes hand selected by Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster, the well-known and beloved stars of our public television shows. Here, for the first time, they get personal and pull back the curtain on their lives, their families, and the recipes they like to cook when they are off camera.

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