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    Want to be a tester for GF America's Test Kitchen recipes?

    Thu Apr 04, 2013 8:54 pm Groupie
    We participate as home recipe testers for Cook's Illustrated. They sent me an email today to ask if I want to test GF recipes. We have no need to cook GF, but I thought I'd give you folks a heads-up. I'm not sure how you would contact them to volunteer, but here's the email I got:

    "Dear XXXXXX,
    Thank you for your participation in our Friends of Cook's recipe-testing program for Cook's Illustrated and Cook's Country. Your feedback helps us publish truly foolproof recipes, guaranteed to work every time.
    Our test cooks and editors are currently hard at work on an exciting, new project: a gluten-free cookbook. If you are interested in joining our team of Gluten-Free Friends, we invite you to sign up by clicking this link. Similar to recipe testing for the magazines, you will be sent a recipe and a brief survey periodically. We anticipate testing to begin in the next few weeks and to continue throughout the summer.
    Due to our tight deadlines, we ask that you register prior to Monday, April 8.
    Thank you again, and happy cooking!
    Shannon Hatch
    Research Manager
    America's Test Kitchen"

    Good luck!
    Fri Apr 05, 2013 11:21 pm
    Forum Host
    Thanks Zeldaz.....sounds really interesting and would be fun ! icon_biggrin.gif

    (I'm thinking that they would most likely prefer US cooks)
    Fri Apr 12, 2013 4:17 am Groupie
    Yes - the ingredients are almost the same but not enough to be accurate ...
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