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Cook's Illustrated is an American cooking magazine published every two months by the America's Test Kitchen company in Brookline, Massachusetts. It accepts no advertising and is characterized by extensive recipe testing and detailed instructions. The magazine also conducts thorough evaluations of kitchen equipment and branded foods and ingredients.

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An indispensable cooking reference including every issue of Cook's Illustrated from 1999 in an all-inclusive, hardcover volume.

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Kage
After discovering the Cook's Illustrated magazine, I was so impressed with how much information was targeted at the 'average' cook, and was impressed with how the recipes included test results on what did not work and what did. The focus on basic cooking skills and not about fancy cooking recipes using oddball and hard to find ingredients is what won me over. Honest reviews on cooking utensils and recipe items such as sauce and condiment taste for example have not let me down. A collection of these annual issue books has allowed me to liquidate many many cookbooks I owned that did not make the grade. These are the definition of what the foodie needs for honest info and decent results when attempting the recipes within. Highly recommended for novice to skilled, all will pick up knowledge from this.
Timberahue
I love to cook and have a current subscription to their bi-monthy magazine (no advertisements). My wife recently started picking up past years for me like this. I love that they bind past years in these sturdy books. Not in color, but that's okay. I love the way they put together recipes and explain how they got to the end/best result, so it's a teaches too. Each issue rates a few things, has kitchen tips and they use mostly basic ingedients. I have cooked MANY recipes over the years from their publications. Christopher Kimball and crew rock!
ladushka
Was a gift
Bulace
I have all the hardbound annuals of Cook's Illustrated, and they're wonderful to read, with great recipes, sound food science, ingenious kitchen tips, but my reason for buying them is to have the food-nerd essays. The essays tell you what the team was looking for and where they stumbled on the way to finding it. The finest crumb, the easiest method, the best ingredient all lead to the perfect recipe that the home cook can rely upon. I was a little surprised in this volume by the lack of fish variety. There were salmon recipes in two issues, but the surf stuff was mostly shrimp. I don't know if there was anything in the year 1999 to account for this, such as high prices on fish that might have turned the team toward other foods. There are reviews of equipment and a history of bundt pans, but since this is 2014 many models have been discontinued and the reviews are of more interest as a guide to what you'd like to see rather than specific models you can find today. The book reviews are pretty good - my favorite was of The Pie and Pastry Bible, by Beranbaum - but some of those books are out of print. You can try the secondary market if they pique your interest. The editorials and letters/tips from readers are good, like putting wooden spoons in the sink in case you drop a heavy pot while washing it, to protect the sink from cracks and chips. There are some Vietnamese recipes, which is a nice change, as CI normally sticks to America's four basic food groups: American comfort food, Chinese, Italian and Mexican. In the 1990s, there were no color photos except on the covers of each issue, but the few black and white photos are okay and the fine line drawings are really quite good. I have one complaint about the index up front: under things like "root vegetables", rather than list them, it says "see also specific root vegetables". Ditto for nuts and other food families. What if an aspiring cook wants to try some root vegetables and doesn't know what types there are? I think the index could have been more comprehensive in that respect. Otherwise, this is an excellent book.
Ballazan
A good way to get a whole year of Cook's Illustrated in bound form and cheaper than buying the magazine by subscription. I got 4 of them and got free shipping, so how can you go wrong?

One can learn a lot from this source, and being in a bound, book format is icing on the cake.

The only thing is, it's hard to locate individual tips or recipes in such a large format, so have your bookmarks ready!
Globus
Old, but great
Cook's Illustrated 1999 download epub
Author: Editors of Cook's Illustrated Magazine;
ISBN: 093618440X
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Boston Common Press; 1st edition (1999)
Pages: 209 pages