The Editor of Cook's Illustrated, Christopher Kimball

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by mudbug, Dec 19, 2000.

  1. mudbug

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  2. live_to_cook

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    This guy cooks (and sometimes bakes) on a wood stove... talk about committed to your heritage.
     
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    Well I thought I knew all the food sites. Just downloaded six of Christopher Kimball's articles/recipes. Many thanks for the info.
     
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    Ruthy,

    I'm pretty convinced it would be next to impossible to know of all the "food sites". Some of the best articles and recipes I've found are sections in small newsletters (say, for the Amish Community) and local papers. There's just no telling where you might find info!
     
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    http://www.townonline.com/cambridge/...nment/cooking/

    Looks like they have done some revamping @Townonline.com. On the Entertainment tab, it looks like the Cooking category has been replaced with a Dining category. I can't seem to find the Kimbal articles. ANy suggestions?
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    Kyle,

    Here are some alternative suggestions:

    Go to Charleston Daily Mail: Kitchen Detective on a weekly basis. A new column every Wednesday.

    Sign up for the free e-notes from Cook's Illustrated Web Site:
    Check here.

    For articles from the Townonline.com site, look here and click on the "Cached" link at the end of each result for the article.

    In certain areas, you might be able to catch the PBS Show "America's Test Kitchen" with Christopher Kimball as host. Look here for more information.