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America's Test Kitchen began with a single magazine title, Cook's Illustrated, which debuted in 1992. The America's Test Kitchen television show was launched in 2001, after which the company added Cook's Country magazine, a second television program, an online... more.
America's Test Kitchen co-host Bridget Lancaster and other ATK
In addition to the regular weekly segment, Bridget Lancaster will be on hand to help field listeners' questions on The Splendid Table's annual Thanksgiving Day special, "Turkey Confidential. Bridget Lancaster is the executive editor for new media, television, and radio at America's Test Kitchen and co-host of America's Test Kitchen and Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen television shows. She joined the Cook's Illustrated team in 1998 and is an original cast member of both television shows, as well as a co-host for America's Test Kitchen Radio. Bridget currently serves as the lead instructor for the America's Test Kitchen Online Cooking School and helps develop and produce courses for the school. Her earlier career led her to cook in restaurant kitchens in the South and Northeast, concentrating on pastry.
Executive Food Editor for New Media at America's Test Kitchen Bridget Lancaster is the executive food editor for new media at America's Test Kitchen and a cast member of both of our public television shows. Bridget is the lead instructor for the cooking school and is featured in all cooking school videos.
America's Test Kitchen Radio is a nationally syndicated radio show aired on NPR, hosted by Christopher Kimball and Bridget Lancaster of America's Test Kitchen and Cook's Country.
Americaâ€™s Test Kitchen Announces Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster as the New Television Co-hosts
America's Test Kitchen Announces Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster as the New Television Co-hosts America's Test Kitchen, the home cook's essential resource for recipes that work, today announced that Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster will be the new co-hosts for the company's long-running television show America's Test Kitchen. Lancaster and Davison are original cast members of America's Test Kitchen and have each appeared in hundreds of recipe segments since the show launched in 2001. Lancaster, the executive food editor for New Media, Television, and Radio at America's Test Kitchen, has worked at the company since 1998. Like Davison, Lancaster started as a test cook for Cook's Illustrated, developing recipes and writing articles. Lancaster is the lead instructor for the company's successful online cooking school. Prior to America's Test Kitchen, Lancaster worked in restaurants in the South and Northeast with a strong focus on pastry. In her spare time, Lancaster and her husband brew small-batch craft beers in the garage of their Boston-area home. "We're excited to elevate Julia and Bridget into their new roles as co-hosts of America's Test Kitchen. Bridget and Julia have been teaching our television audience how to cook for 16 years. "Bridget and Julia have been cooking our signature, foolproof recipes in hundreds of episodes," said Mary Mullaney, Executive Producer of Television and Video. Fan favorites and test-kitchen experts Davison and Lancaster will bring new life to the cherished show while still keeping the esteemed format intact. "Bridget and I are so fortunate to have joined the test kitchen in those early days. In some sense, we grew up in the test kitchen and now embody everything America's Test Kitchen stands for." "It's an honor to be selected for this role on America's Test Kitchen," said Lancaster.
ASK THIS OLD HOUSE: Kevin gets a lesson on a centuries-old drink from Bridget Lancaster of America's Test Kitchen..