Thanksgiving recipes and tips from THIRTEEN’s favorite food programs.
Cook’s Country and PBS Food share Thanksgiving recipes and how-to’s.
From the first matzo machine to the time limit for kosher dough and how to make your own matzo, here’s what you need to know!
Cooking shows and food-centric programs that highlight accomplished women in the kitchen, from famous female chefs to amateur bakers.
The documentary celebrates the importance of food with a diverse range of Jewish families. Interviewees include actors Fyvush Finkel and Tovah Feldshuh – who share Yiddish memories of their childhoods – and former New York City Mayor Ed Koch.
If you like food shows served with large sides of culture and insight, you’re going to love No Passport Required.
Host your February watch party for the Super Bowl, Grammy Awards or Academy Awards with these recipes from PBS Food.
Cook’s Country figured out two things for this recipe: how to cook the potatoes just right and how to get the cheese to stick to the potatoes.
Mashed Potato Cakes, brought to you by Cook’s Country (see schedule). Why This Recipe Works Making these cakes with leftover mashed potatoes proved to be a nonstarter—the butter and cream in the leftovers made the cakes mushy. Starting fresh, we…
Grilled Bourbon Steaks, brought to you by Cook’s Country (see schedule). Why This Recipe Works Soaking meat in bourbon not only enhances its meatiness but also helps create good char. To get the maximum amount of smoky bourbon flavor into…
Julia Child introduced French cuisine to American homes through her television series – beginning with WGBH’s The French Chef in 1963.
A health survey of New York City residents shows an increase in obesity, which coincides with a city-wide decrease in eating meals at home. These shows will inspire you to spend more time in your kitchen.
A creamy pie from Florida, brought to you by Cook’s Country, airing Sundays on THIRTEEN.
Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen is where to find the best foolproof, no-nonsense recipes for classic American dishes and everyday favorites. See the schedule for THIRTEEN and our sibling stations. We travel the country and scour the history books…
We wanted a sauce that had all the heartiness and big flavor of the long-simmered version—but without all the fat or time spent on the stovetop.