On the Farm with Cook’s Country

Ever wonder what it takes to film a public television show in a farmhouse built in 1806? Chris Kimball, host of Cook’s Country and America’s Test Kitchen, walks through the set.

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen uncovers the best of American home cooking. The recipes are tested not once, not twice, but often as many as 20, 30 or even 40 times. The result: foolproof recipes you can trust to work the first time—and every time. The show, now in its third season, is filmed in a renovated 1806 farmhouse with a full working test kitchen.

Cook’s Country from America’s Home Kitchen begins airing weekly on WOSU TV December 11 at 1:30pm.

To watch full episodes, visit http://www.cookscountrytv.com/
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The Cook’s Country web site is by subscription, but after watching en episode featuring this raspberry chiffon pie being made, it’s hard not to be enticed.

– Scott

  • janice

    chris said Julia is no longer with them did she leave how the s