America’s Test Kitchen has published nearly 15,000 recipes over the three decades we’ve been developing them.
One way of keeping track of your favorites? The "Save" button. That’s this guy here on the recipe page:
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So what recipes are our subscribers loving and saving the most this past month? Let’s count down.
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6. Mushroom-Beef Blended Burgers
For our July/August issue of Cook’s Illustrated, Senior Editor Lan Lam blends mushroom into beef patties for a savory, succulent, and deeply delicious burger.
Mushroom-Beef Blended BurgersA mushroom-beef blend produces succulent patties that drip with savory juices. They're also kind to your wallet and environmentally prudent.
5. Glazed Peach Fritters
Cook’s Country test cook, Kelly Song, takes peak-season sweet peaches and conjures up a deep-fried treat worthy of state fairs and backyard gatherings alike.
Glazed Peach FrittersA fruit-packed treat that doesn't skimp on the peach flavor.
4. S’mores Bars
How do you take a campfire favorite and turn it into a handheld, anytime treat? Cook’s Country senior editor, Jess Rudolph, cracked the code with her S’mores Bars.
S'mores BarsFor this indoor version of the iconic campfire treat of toasted marshmallow and milk chocolate sandwiched between graham crackers, we started with a thick, sturdy graham cracker base.
3. Zucchini Ribbon Greek-Style Salad
Zucchini Ribbon Greek-Style SaladAn easy late-summer twist on a familiar classic.
Featured in a recent episode of America’s Test Kitchen on public television, Briam is a Greek vegetable casserole bathed in olive oil and worthy of a main course.
BriamGreek cooks slow-roast vegetables in olive oil and pair them with good bread for a lush, laid-back meal.
1. Ultimate Grilled Vegetable Sandwich
Our most-saved recipe of the last month? Cook's Country's Jess Rudolph's crispy, crusty, indulgent sandwich that would sell for $17 at a fancy restaurant.