Become a Recipe Tester for Cooking Club

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If you like trying out new food and consider yourself a reliable authority in determining whether a recipe is good or not, you can become a recipe tester for Cooking Club of America. Checkout their newsletters Food Now!, a popular resource for the people who love cooking and tasting good food. In addition to recipes, the website features forums, videos, contests, gadgets, and e-newsletter archives.

What Being a Recipe Tester Involves

A recipe tester would do some or all of the following:
  • Comment on whether the ingredients are easily available or hard to get.
  • Assess whether the recipe really would make as many servings or serve as many people as it claims.
  • Flavor assessment - does the food item really have the amount of salt mentioned, or whether it is really so sour.
  • Comments on color.
  • Comments on texture.

It is hard work no doubt, and challenging, but it is definitely a worthwhile experience. It would also be fun to try different varieties of appetizers, bread, lunch items, desserts, and so on, from different countries.

Those interested in becoming a recipe tester for the Cooking Club just have to complete the form provided in the website, filling in these details - name, phone number, address, email address, and member number. The candidate would also have to mention foods which they are allergic to or don't like, and the reason(s) for their wanting to be a recipe tester.

Five Recipe Testers per Issue

Five members would be chosen per issue of the Cooking Club magazine. Each panel member would try four recipes. They would be asked to provide their feedback. A lot of their comments would appear in the magazine, next to the recipes and newsletters. Selected members would be informed of their selection by email.

Become a recipe tester for Cooking Club and truly relish the experience.

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