Come Taste Chocolate with America's Test Kitchen at Farmers' Market



Nothing could reassure an inept cook more than the recipes hashed out in my copy of America's Test Kitchen Cookbook — a tome devoted to the idea that cooking skill is a matter of grim, laborious trial and error, not the finger-of-God genius that flicks the rat in Ratatouille. I confess that I've never seen PBS' America's Test Kitchen, the most popular cooking program on public TV — it's probably on at the same time as Lorianne Crook's Celebrity Kitchen — but WNPT-Channel 8 and the Nashville Farmers Market have an event coming up that might make me tune in.

Host Christopher Kimball (who's also the editor/publisher of Cook's Illustrated and Cook's Country magazines) and test cook Bridget Lancaster, something like the John Steed and Emma Peel of culinary experimentation, will be in Nashville for a chocolate tasting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15, at the Farmers' Market. Tickets are limited, but for a $60 donation to NPT, you can sample confections, ask Kimball and Lancaster cooking questions, and get them to sign books.

To donate and receive ticket info, try the NPT website or call 259-9325 during regular business hours.

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