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Cook's Illustrated Annual Edition 2017 by Cook's Illustrated Magazine

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  • Weeknight tagliatelle with Bolognese sauce

    • LaurenB on February 14, 2017

      Very easy to make and tasted great. Sauce was hard to mix with noodles because they stuck together, but I didn't boil the noodles with enough water, so was most likely my fault. A new go-to weekday meal.

  • Cider-glazed apple bundt cake

    • debkellie on August 30, 2017

      Well, the first disappointing "Cooks Illustrated" recipe I've ever done. Hardly any taste of apple: cannot possibly agree with the author's comment that the end result was "packed with true, vibrant apple flavor". Rubbish. Maybe you have denser, apply-er apple cider in the US than we do here in OZ, although I'd find that hard to believe, given Tasmania is the Apple Isle!

  • Beef short rib ragu

    • apattin on December 11, 2017

      It's a wonder. Used Costco boneless short ribs (not the same as removing the bones from regular short ribs; it's a chuck cut) and it was perfect. Don't touch a thing.

  • Sautéed baby bok choy with oyster sauce and ginger

    • wodtke on June 14, 2017

      Pretty good, but nothing special. Makes a decent side.

  • Stir-fried shrimp and asparagus in garlic sauce

    • wodtke on June 14, 2017

      I made a half recipe of this, which with rice was generous for 2. It was ok, but nothing special. Won't make again.

    • bwhip on April 19, 2017

      This was easy, and had great flavor. However, we found it way too salty. Recipe calls for salt/sugar on shrimp, then another two tablespoons of soy sauce. I'd cut the soy sauce at least in half next time, or maybe even to a single teaspoon.

  • Chorizo and potato tacos

    • TaffyDeb on January 20, 2018

      Learn to make your own Mexican-style chorizo! YUM! These are great, and any leftovers are wonderful with eggs and bacon the next morning! Taste just like Texas.

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  • ISBN 10 1945256362
  • ISBN 13 9781945256363
  • Published Oct 31 2017
  • Format Hardcover
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher America's Test Kitchen

Publishers Text

The Cook's Illustrated 2017 Annual gathers all six issues of Cook's Illustrated magazine from the past year--including 120 foolproof recipes from the cooks at America's Test Kitchen, innovative test kitchen discoveries, clever reader-submitted quick tips, game-changing cooking techniques, and dozens of cookware and ingredient ratings--in one edition. A hardcover, cloth-bound format, along with an easy-to-use index of recipes and ratings, makes this an ideal reference book and a handsome edition to any cookbook library,

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