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Cook's Country

October/November 2021
Magazine

Cook's Country magazine is dedicated to honest-to-goodness American home cooking, offering quick, easy and satisfying meals that don't take hours to put on the table. Every recipe we publish has been tested and retested 20, 30, sometimes 50 times until we come up with a recipe that will work the first time and every time you make it. And each issue of Cook's Country is 100% ADVERTISING FREE, so you get unbiased and objective information on every page.

Letter from the EDITOR

Cook's Country

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN • Here are a few tips from our ATK Kids editors for making holiday cooking a family affair.

QUICK BITES: • TEST KITCHEN TIPS, RECS, AND OTHER TIDBITS TO CHEW ON

THE BEST CHOCOLATE CAKE MIX

GIVE THANKS • Our hearts feel a little fuller this holiday season; our smiles, a little brighter. Here’s a supercharged Thanksgiving menu to share with the ones you love most.

Turkey’s Time to Shine

Holiday Smoked Turkey • Savory smoke—plus a top-notch rub and mop—puts a delicious twist on your celebration centerpiece.

The Pride of the Pit

Browned Butter Mashed Potatoes • We dress up classic mashed potatoes for the holidays.

Sautéed Broccolini • “Little broccoli” deserves a moment in the limelight.

Butternut Squash Salad • This stunning make-ahead dinner salad is fit for a feast.

Tarte Tatin • This classic French showstopper features apples in rich caramel atop flaky, buttery pastry. It’s baked upside down and flipped out of the skillet before serving—but don’t worry, our technique makes it easy.

Cheddar-Crusted Grilled Cheese • Here’s a simple hack to transform one of America’s favorite sandwiches.

Woodman’s-Style Clam Chowder • Excellent clam chowder—no shucking necessary.

Life’s a Clam; Dig It

Salmon Peperonata • This simple, satisfying weeknight dish will wow you with its balance and depth.

POTATOES • Potatoes are one of the few vegetables that can’t be eaten raw—so it pays to have a little know-how when selecting and cooking them.

Jamaican Oxtail • My grandmother’s oxtail is more than a meal; it’s the connection between us and to our history.

Jamaican Rice and Peas • No Jamaican feast is complete without the “coat of arms.”

Chicken Stroganoff • What do you get when you make the traditional beef dish with chicken? A weeknight-friendly dinner that boasts all the richness and tang of the original.

Garlic-Herb-Butter Rolls • These fluffy, savory rolls are destined to become a new holiday favorite.

Hot Crab Dip • This creamy, Cajun-inspired dip is a crowd-pleaser.

Fried Artichokes • These crunchy, savory fried morsels are easier to prepare than you might think.

“Easy Like Sunday Morning” Coffee Cake • This pantry-friendly breakfast treat is a snap to make and perfect for a cozy weekend morning.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

THE AMERICAN TABLE

Peanut Butter • Take charge and make your peanut butter just the way you like it—with no added sugar, oil, or emulsifiers—with our easy technique.

Hearty White Bean and Tomato Soup • This rib-sticking, ultraflavorful soup is just what the doctor ordered. (Grilled cheese sold separately.)

Cacio e Pepe • A little technique transforms simple ingredients into an extraordinary pasta dish.

Pork and Cabbage Stew with Cheddar Dumplings • The comforting flavors you crave, all with the convenience of one pot.

Finding the Best Grill Pan • Bring the sizzle of the grill inside, but choose wisely—some pans sear and clean up better than others.

Cooking with Canned Tomatoes • Canned tomatoes are the ultimate in home-cooking convenience. In this guide, we explain when to use...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 40 Publisher: Boston Common Press, LP Edition: October/November 2021

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  • Release date: September 7, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

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Food & Wine

Languages

English

Cook's Country magazine is dedicated to honest-to-goodness American home cooking, offering quick, easy and satisfying meals that don't take hours to put on the table. Every recipe we publish has been tested and retested 20, 30, sometimes 50 times until we come up with a recipe that will work the first time and every time you make it. And each issue of Cook's Country is 100% ADVERTISING FREE, so you get unbiased and objective information on every page.

Letter from the EDITOR

Cook's Country

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN • Here are a few tips from our ATK Kids editors for making holiday cooking a family affair.

QUICK BITES: • TEST KITCHEN TIPS, RECS, AND OTHER TIDBITS TO CHEW ON

THE BEST CHOCOLATE CAKE MIX

GIVE THANKS • Our hearts feel a little fuller this holiday season; our smiles, a little brighter. Here’s a supercharged Thanksgiving menu to share with the ones you love most.

Turkey’s Time to Shine

Holiday Smoked Turkey • Savory smoke—plus a top-notch rub and mop—puts a delicious twist on your celebration centerpiece.

The Pride of the Pit

Browned Butter Mashed Potatoes • We dress up classic mashed potatoes for the holidays.

Sautéed Broccolini • “Little broccoli” deserves a moment in the limelight.

Butternut Squash Salad • This stunning make-ahead dinner salad is fit for a feast.

Tarte Tatin • This classic French showstopper features apples in rich caramel atop flaky, buttery pastry. It’s baked upside down and flipped out of the skillet before serving—but don’t worry, our technique makes it easy.

Cheddar-Crusted Grilled Cheese • Here’s a simple hack to transform one of America’s favorite sandwiches.

Woodman’s-Style Clam Chowder • Excellent clam chowder—no shucking necessary.

Life’s a Clam; Dig It

Salmon Peperonata • This simple, satisfying weeknight dish will wow you with its balance and depth.

POTATOES • Potatoes are one of the few vegetables that can’t be eaten raw—so it pays to have a little know-how when selecting and cooking them.

Jamaican Oxtail • My grandmother’s oxtail is more than a meal; it’s the connection between us and to our history.

Jamaican Rice and Peas • No Jamaican feast is complete without the “coat of arms.”

Chicken Stroganoff • What do you get when you make the traditional beef dish with chicken? A weeknight-friendly dinner that boasts all the richness and tang of the original.

Garlic-Herb-Butter Rolls • These fluffy, savory rolls are destined to become a new holiday favorite.

Hot Crab Dip • This creamy, Cajun-inspired dip is a crowd-pleaser.

Fried Artichokes • These crunchy, savory fried morsels are easier to prepare than you might think.

“Easy Like Sunday Morning” Coffee Cake • This pantry-friendly breakfast treat is a snap to make and perfect for a cozy weekend morning.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

THE AMERICAN TABLE

Peanut Butter • Take charge and make your peanut butter just the way you like it—with no added sugar, oil, or emulsifiers—with our easy technique.

Hearty White Bean and Tomato Soup • This rib-sticking, ultraflavorful soup is just what the doctor ordered. (Grilled cheese sold separately.)

Cacio e Pepe • A little technique transforms simple ingredients into an extraordinary pasta dish.

Pork and Cabbage Stew with Cheddar Dumplings • The comforting flavors you crave, all with the convenience of one pot.

Finding the Best Grill Pan • Bring the sizzle of the grill inside, but choose wisely—some pans sear and clean up better than others.

Cooking with Canned Tomatoes • Canned tomatoes are the ultimate in home-cooking convenience. In this guide, we explain when to use...


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