Join us for an evening with Jack Bishop, the Editorial Director of America's Test Kitchen, as we celebrate the publication of their new book, The America's Test Kitchen Healthy Family Cookbook, a groundbreaking addition to their best-selling ringbound cookbook series.
This all-purpose cookbook delivers 800 foolproof recipes for healthier everyday fare--from breakfast dishes and appetizers to pasta, meat, chicken, kid-friendly favorites, desserts, and more. With this comprehensive cookbook in your kitchen, eating well will no longer be a chore. The book offers up all-American, homestyle recipes that won't leave you hungry. You'll also find natural lean recipes like our Spa Chicken and Lemony Steamed Fish as well as healthy vegetable and grain classics and an entire chapter of vegetarian main dishes.
Every recipe contains full nutritionals and a primer at the start of the book explains basic nutritional guidelines. With this book in hand, you will be able to make simple changes in how you shop, eat, and cook--changes that will deliver a big payoff to your family's health.
Jack Bishop is the editorial director of America's Test Kitchen. He joined the staff of Cook's Magazine in 1988 and helped with the launch of Cook's Illustrated in 1993. He established the tasting protocols used in America's Test Kitchen and has authored dozens of articles for the magazine. Jack directed the launch of Cook's Country magazine and oversees editorial operations at both magazines. He edited the The Best Recipe (1999) and established the book division at America's Test Kitchen. Jack is the author of several cookbooks, including A Year in a Vegetarian Kitchen, Vegetables Every Day, and The Complete Italian Vegetarian Cookbook. Jack's wife, Lauren Chattman, is a cookbook author and former pastry chef. They have two daughters.
Tickets are $5. Your ticket not only gains you admission, but also gets you $5 off on The America's Test Kitchen Healthy Family Cookbook on the night of the event.
This event is sponsored by The Book Table, the Unity Temple Restoration Foundation, the Friends of the Oak Park Public Library and Midwest Media.