America’s Test Kitchen Unveils Massive Kitchen And TV Studio In Boston

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With more than 50 different ovens, 300 high end luxury appliances, the largest collection of cookbooks (over 4,000 to be exact) and 40 chefs whipping up something delicious, this weekend, Boston celebrated the unveiling of America’s Test Kitchen‘s new 55,000 square foot kitchen space and TV studios at the Innovation and Design Building in the Seaport District.

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To celebrate the relocation from their former digs in Brookline to the haute Seaport area, they hosted a two-day ATK Boston EATS festival where kitchen professionals tested and reviewed all things culinary in front of more than 3,000 attendees in the 15,000 square foot kitchen. This weekend’s festivities also featured TV hosts Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison creating chocolate pots de creme. Attendees had the opportunity to taste dishes prepared by local chefs like southern wood-smoked barbecue from Scott Gubitose of Blue Ribbon BBQ.

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The cast of America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country TV along with the chefs behind Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country magazines were on hand to unveil the new space, which doubled in size from its former location.

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On Friday, the Taste of Innovation event was presented by Holland America Line and hosted by Bridget and Julia who worked alongside some of Boston’s best chefs to spotlight one local ingredient through two unexpected and innovative recipes. On Saturday, the Boston Eats presentation showcased the opening of their new kitchen and office in haute style with America’s Test Kitchen test cooks, award-winning Boston area chefs and restaurants and interactive tasting stations. One of the most popular culinary events was also held on Saturday where guests had the opportunity to literally step inside the kitchens and photo studios to experience what it takes to test a recipe 60+ times during development.

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America’s Test Kitchen is located at One Design Center Place in Boston.

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