1. Jack Bishop and Bridget Lancaster of America’s Test Kitchen share their favorite holiday tips and treats, like Bishop’s pecan bars:


Jack Bishop: The base is a pecan shortbread. You make it the food processor, toasted nuts, butter, flour, you press it into a baking pan and you bake it until it’s set, about 20 minutes. And then meanwhile, while it’s in the oven, you make the gooey filling. That’s brown sugar, corn syrup, more toasted nuts that are in bigger pieces, vanilla, and then best of all, a shot of bourbon. And then you pour that mixture over the crust that has already been partially baked… and another 20-25 minutes and you have these beautiful pecan bars.


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    Jack Bishop and Bridget Lancaster of America’s Test Kitchen share their favorite holiday tips and treats, like Bishop’s pecan bars:

    Jack Bishop: The base is a pecan shortbread. You make it the food processor, toasted nuts, butter, flour, you press it into a baking pan and you bake it until it’s set, about 20 minutes. And then meanwhile, while it’s in the oven, you make the gooey filling. That’s brown sugar, corn syrup, more toasted nuts that are in bigger pieces, vanilla, and then best of all, a shot of bourbon. And then you pour that mixture over the crust that has already been partially baked… and another 20-25 minutes and you have these beautiful pecan bars.

    Read the full recipe HERE.

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