ook's Country from America's Test Kitchen features the best regional home cooking in the country and relies on the same practical, no-nonsense food approach that has made Cook's Country magazine so successful.
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Filmed in a renovated 1806 farmhouse, Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen is where family-friendly recipes are scientifically reimagined for the modern home cook.

The main set kitchen is where all indoor recipe segments are filmed. The set is outfitted with a DCS 30-inch Double Wall Oven (with True Convection in both ovens).


The doors to the back kitchen are open during filming so viewers can get a glimpse of the behind-the-scenes action in the back kitchen.

All the stovetop cooking happens on a DCS 36-inch Professional 6-Burner Cooktop. There are two large ranges and two double ovens in the back kitchen as well as one DCS 24-inch Conventional Microwave Oven on set and another in the back kitchen.

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Above, our cast relaxes in front on the extra-long Vermont Soapstone countertop on the main set. The sink is made from 100 feet of natural soapstone indigenous to Vermont's Green Mountains. The set is also outfitted with three Deep Basin Double Divide Stainless Steel Kohler Sinks. All sinks are extra-deep and have Professional Line Pull Down Faucet Sprayers that accommodate even 20-quart stockpots.

To get a taste of what it’s like to shoot Cook’s Country TV in Vermont, take a look at the video below. See more behind-the-scenes videos on our YouTube channel.

Here are some highlights from season 5, currently airing: