List of America's Test Kitchen Episodes

List Of America's Test Kitchen Episodes

The following is a list of episodes of the public television cooking show America's Test Kitchen in the United States. The program started with 13 shows in 2001, its first season. Beginning with the second season (2002), the show grew to 26 episodes per season.

Read more about List Of America's Test Kitchen EpisodesSeason 1 (2001), Season 2 (2002), Season 3 (2003), Season 4 (2004), Season 5 (2005), Season 6 (2006), Season 7 (2007), Season 8 (2008), Season 9 (2009), Season 10 (2010), Season 11 (2011), Season 12 (2012)

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