Below is a sample of our
Cook's Country Watch and Cook Newsletter.
Want to see this email in your inbox?
Subscribe in our preference center →
Cook’s Country Watch & Cook
Better Pizza at Home
By Tucker Shaw
People spend a lot of time arguing, good-naturedly (usually), about pizza. About what belongs on a pizza or doesn’t (pineapple? hamburger?), about what city has the finest (New Haven? St. Louis?), and about what style is the best (Neapolitan? New York?)
It’s a fun conversation to have but to be honest, I have a hard time choosing sides and sticking to my stated loyalties. Because I love all pizzas. And no, this is not a cop-out. I really do.
Until a few years ago, I’d never crossed paths with Chicago-Style Thin-Crust Pizza. But when our Executive Food Editor Bryan Roof and photographer Steve Klise returned from that city by the lake with tales of a crisp-crusted pie topped with a slightly sweet, uncooked tomato sauce and crumbled sausage, then cut into squares for serving, I was enticed and intrigued.
So was everyone else on the team, and kitchen work began for a home recipe. Soon, we had a straightforward method to share (check out the video here to watch Bryan demonstrate the process for Julia Collin-Davison), and I had yet another style of pizza to add to my ever-growing list of favorites.
We have many, many recipes for pizza on our website, from Pizza Montanara to New England Bar Pizza to Detroit Pizza to French Bread Pizza. We even have a breakfast pizza, topped with eggs and bacon, easy enough to pull off first thing in the morning.
Chicago Thin-Crust Pizza with Homemade Italian Sausage
season 12, episode 2
You know Chicago deep‑dish pizza. Now meet its slimmer, crunchier sibling.
Watch it first on your local PBS station
Prime Video, Apple TV, Roku, Pluto TV
Watch Anytime
A Michigan Favorite
Detroit-Style Pizza
season 11
Start the Day with Pizza
Breakfast Pizza
season 9
a tip from one of our cooks
Around the Table: “This pizza is best eaten hot, so don't wait until it's out of the oven to call people to the table. Your diners should wait for pizza, not the other way around.” – Bryan Roof, Executive Food Editor
All-Access Membership. 12,000+ Reliable Recipes. Free Shipping. Mobile App. 8,000+ Ratings. Join now and SAVE 33%.
what we’ve been up to . . .
ON THE ROAD. Soup's on in Portland. Bryan Roof went to Portland, Oregon to learn more about the magic of Vietnamese noodle soups.
related recipes
Fried Pizza Montanara
Pepperoni French Bread Pizza
latest from cook’s country
Beef Pho
Skillet Chipotle Beef Chili Bowls with Lime-Cilantro Crema
Browse the full issue →
Get excited! Here’s a sneak peek of what’s coming up in the December/January 2021 issue:
Torn and Fried Potatoes, Malted Milk Pancakes with Nutella Maple Syrup, Citrus Spiced Chicken Breasts.
Not a Cook’s Country magazine subscriber? Claim your free trial issue →
get 13 years of america’s best recipes
Save 40% on the Cook's Country TV Cookbook! Celebrate cooking from all over America with every recipe from every season. SHOP NOW.
Wolf, Sub Zero, Cove Valley Fig Kohler AcornTV
Why am I getting this email?
We want to be sure that, as an Cook’s Country registrant, you’re taking advantage of all that the TV show’s site has to offer. We also want to give you a look at some of our archives, which are full of recipes, tips, and equipment reviews that will keep you busy in the kitchen. Watch your inbox for more episodes and exclusive segments from the vault.
Our family of brands
America's Test Kitchen Cook's Illustrated Cook's Country Kids Cooking School
America’s Test Kitchen is the home of Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country magazines; America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country public television shows; America's Test Kitchen Kids; dozens of cookbooks; multiple member websites; the America's Test Kitchen Cooking School; and The Walk-In, Mystery Recipe, and the Webby award–winning Proof podcasts. We have a single mission: to help you succeed every time you cook.
Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Pinterest
Cook's Illustrated Cook's Country
Find digital editions of Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country  for iPad on the App Store.
The America’s Test Kitchen App is free for All-Access Multi-Site Members and is available on iOS and Android.
Forward to a friend →
View this email in a Web browser.
We sent you this email because our records indicate that you requested to receive email from America’s Test Kitchen. We don’t want you to miss out on our emails: Please add our email address to your address book or “safe” sender list today.
Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Google Play and the Google Play logo are trademarks of Google LLC.
Unsubscribe or manage your email preferences.
View our privacy policy.
DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL. Unfortunately, replies to this email will not be answered. If you have questions, please visit our Customer Service page.