W.Va. native is tops in America's Test Kitchen

Nov 25, 2013

As you prepare for your family's big Thanksgiving Day meal, don't be nervous.  The cooks at America's Test Kitchen have got you covered and one of them is a West Virginia native.  Bridget Lancaster was born and raised in Cross Lanes,  just outside of Charleston.  She's been testing recipes in the company's kitchen in Boston since 1998.  Now she is one of the stars of America's Test Kitchen and Cook's Country Television Show seen on PBS.  Wednesday night at 9:00 on West Virginia Public Radio, Bridget and her kitchen colleagues will be serving up Thanksgiving Day tips. 

Bridget invites home cooks to check out these websites for great Thanksgiving recipes.

Cross Lanes native Bridget Lancaster is an on air cook on America's Test Kitchen.
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America's Test Kitchen Radio will provide you with a history of the holiday and turkey day tips on West Virginia Public Radio, Wednesday night at 9:00.