America’s Test Kitchen Teaches America To Cook
BROOKLINE, Mass., April 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — To celebrate home cooking, the America’s Test Kitchen Cooking School (www.TestKitchenSchool.com) is proud to announce Learn to Cook Week, a series of events running April 23 through April 27. Each event is designed to teach home cooks valuable lessons to make them more successful in the kitchen.
Cook with Bridget in our Test Kitchen! One lucky fan will be flown into Boston to cook with Bridget Lancaster, the host of the America’s Test Kitchen Cooking School, for a day. To enter, fans must send in a photo of them in the kitchen along with a paragraph telling us why they want to learn to cook. For more information, please visit americastestkitchenfeed.com.
Learn techniques on our YouTube channel Video lessons from America’s Test Kitchen teach cooking science, such as The Mechanics of Yeast, Making an Emulsification, Blind Baking, Brining Beans, and Searing Steaks. Watch these lessons at youtube.com/americastestkitchen.
Twitter Q&As with Christopher Kimball and cast Bridget Lancaster will be hosting a live UStream Q&A session from our Test Kitchen on 4/25 at 1 p.m. EST on our Facebook page (facebook.com/americastestkitchen). Christopher Kimball and Jack Bishop will be hosting live Twitter chats @TestKitchen at 1p.m. EST on 4/23 and 4/26 respectively.
Facebook sweepstakes Five lucky winners will receive a 60-day free membership to the Cooking School and get access to more than 100 courses by participating in our Facebook sweepstakes at facebook.com/americastestkitchen.
ABOUT AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN ONLINE COOKING SCHOOL
The school offers students an exciting, unique way to learn cooking fundamentals. Students have unlimited access to a catalog of over 100 courses. Experts from America’s Test Kitchen provide personalized instruction to students, who use a variety of interactive media and cooking assignments to improve their cooking skills. To learn more, contact Barry Kelly at 617-232-1000.
MEDIA ACCESS TO THE SCHOOL AND INTERVIEWS
Want to see how cooking is being taught online? Contact Amy Scheuerman (Amy.Scheuerman@AmericasTestKitchen.com, 617-232-1000, ext. 4065) to get set up with log-in credentials for the press. If you would like to interview Christopher Kimball, Jack Bishop, or Bridget Lancaster, contact Deborah Broide (DeborahPub@aol.com, 973-744-2030).
SOURCE America’s Test Kitchen