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127: First Class Dining at 35,000 Feet

From: America's Test Kitchen Radio
Series: America's Test Kitchen Radio
Length: 53:59

This time on America’s Test Kitchen, we set out to figure out why it’s so difficult to serve decent food on an airplane. We’ll travel back in time to discover the origins of skillet cornbread and we’ll be tasting canned diced tomatoes. Then we’ll head into the test kitchen to learn how to make great salmon cakes with lots of salmon flavor. And of course, we’ll be taking your calls to answer all of your cooking questions. (AIR WINDOW: August 16-23, 2012)

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America's Test Kitchen Show 127: First Class Dining at 35,000 Feet

In this hour:

—Host Christopher Kimball sets out to figure out why it’s so difficult to serve decent food on an airplane.

—Call-Ins with Host Christopher Kimball and Culinary Expert Bridget Lancaster: Chris and Bridget take calls from listeners and answer their cooking questions.

—Taste of America: Host Christopher Kimball takes us back in time to explore the origins of skillet cornbread.

—Taste Test with Jack Bishop: Tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of canned diced tomatoes.

—Recipe Challenge: Test cook Dan Souza uncovers the secrets to making great salmon cakes with lots of salmon flavor.

Piece Description

America's Test Kitchen Show 127: First Class Dining at 35,000 Feet

In this hour:

—Host Christopher Kimball sets out to figure out why it’s so difficult to serve decent food on an airplane.

—Call-Ins with Host Christopher Kimball and Culinary Expert Bridget Lancaster: Chris and Bridget take calls from listeners and answer their cooking questions.

—Taste of America: Host Christopher Kimball takes us back in time to explore the origins of skillet cornbread.

—Taste Test with Jack Bishop: Tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of canned diced tomatoes.

—Recipe Challenge: Test cook Dan Souza uncovers the secrets to making great salmon cakes with lots of salmon flavor.

Timing and Cues

Piece Audio Version

Timings are as they occur with a 5-minute news hole after the billboard.

Billboard: 00:00 - 00:59
In cue: [MUSIC] " This is America's Test Kitchen ..."
Out cue: "your cooking questions, stay tuned...."

INSERT NEWS HOLE: 1:00 - 5:59

Segment 1: 6:00 - 21:02
In cue: [MUSIC ] "This is America's Test Kitchen
Out cue: …cooking.com [MUSIC]

Break 1: 21:02- 22:02

Segment 2: 22:02 - 38:28
In cue: "You're listening to America's Test Kitchen ..."
Out cue: "…. tivoliaudio.com."

Break 2: 38:28- 39:28

Segment 3: 39:28 - 58:59

In cue: " I'm Christopher Kimball - you're listening to.."
Out cue: "…distributed by the Public Radio Exchange, PRX.ORG." [MUSIC ENDS]

Single File 53:00 Version

Timings are as they occur with a 5-minute news hole after the billboard.

Billboard: 00:00 - 00:59
In cue: [MUSIC] " This is America's Test Kitchen ..."
Out cue: "your cooking questions, stay tuned...."

INSERT NEWS HOLE: 1:00 - 5:59

Segment 1: 6:00 - 21:02
In cue: [MUSIC ] "This is America's Test Kitchen
Out cue: …cooking.com [MUSIC]

Break 1: 21:02- 22:02

Segment 2: 22:02 - 38:28
In cue: "You're listening to America's Test Kitchen ..."
Out cue: "…. tivoliaudio.com."

Break 2: 38:28- 39:28

Segment 3: 39:28 - 58:59

In cue: " I'm Christopher Kimball - you're listening to.."
Out cue: "…distributed by the Public Radio Exchange, PRX.ORG." [MUSIC ENDS]

Additional Credits

America's Test Kitchen Radio is produced by America's Test Kitchen, in association with WGBH
Executive Producer: Melissa Baldino
Associate Producer: Stephanie Stender
Production Assistant: Kaitlin Hammond
Senior Audio Engineer: Jane Pipik
Segment Editors: Viki Merrick and Samantha Broun; mastering by Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media
Production Help: Debby Paddock
America's Test Kitchen Radio is distributed by the Public Radio Exchange

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