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Food52 vs. Cook's Illustrated: Call to Arms

Remember last October when Cook's Illustrated's Chris Kimball got his knickers in a twist about crowd-sourcing recipes and challenged recipe website Food52 to a duel? The contest is taking place next week, and as part of EMD's pledge of support to Food52, we're calling on our readers to help 'em out. Submit your best Roasted [...]

Cook's Illustrated Editor Wages Online Food Fight

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The saga of Chris "Broccoli Casserole" Kimball and his war against the internet continues: Kimball has challenged crowd-sourced recipe sites — calling out Amanda Hesser's Food52 in particular — to duel it out against his immaculate test kitchens. Like a jealous older sibling, Kimball's attention-getting techniques just aren't gonna hack it [...]

Food Writing in Magazines Is Alive and Well

Devastated over the death of Gourmet? So are we, but we're not ones to sit around crying: there's still plenty of fantastic food writing and photography out there. Whether it's an entire magazine dedicated to food or an occasional feature in a general interest title, once we put together this list, it became clear that [...]

Cook's Illustrated Rates Rachael Ray's Cookware Set as 'Not Recommended'

The latest Cook's Illustrated tested cookware sets (reg. required), and they gave the Rachael Ray 10-Piece Stainless Cookware Set (don't buy at Amazon) a big ol' thumbs down — the set is the only one in their "Not Recommended" category.
In what can only be a case of form-over-function, the review calls the dorky-looking, bubbly [...]

Christopher Kimball on Hiding Pie, Badly

Chris Kimball's editorials in Cook's Illustrated are folksy and at times, a little bewildering, a weird antithesis to the magazine's straight-laced content. Not available online unless you're a paying subscriber (which we're not—we enjoy the print product for the vintage experience), his recent editorial in the January / February 2009 issue was about the "Vermont [...]

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