Over the past 20 years, renowned illustrator John Burgoyne has produced more than 150 intricate, hand-drawn illustrations for Cook’s Illustrated magazine. Now, for the first time ever, America’s Test Kitchen is proud to partner with Mr. Burgoyne and offer a select number of signed and numbered fine art prints featuring his first Cook's Illustration cover.
The simplest way to cook most small- to medium-sized winter squash is to halve them and bake, cut side down on a baking sheet, in a 350 degree oven until tender. Cooked squash is easier than raw to seed and to seperate from the skin. The weight of a winter squash is a good indication of the texture of the flesh. A Butternut squash, for instance, is heavier than a like-sized Acorn squash because its flesh has a lower moisture content and is denser. This means the Butternut, when cooked, will be notably smoother and creamy compared to the Acorn. It also means the Butternut will be harder and more difficult to cut.
EXCLUSIVE TO ATK
This season the Test Kitchen is offering a restricted limited edition of prints with John Burgoyne. To mark the first edition of this offering we are featuring the first Cook’s Illustrated cover artwork created by John Burgoyne, Winter Squash.
Edition Total: 200 prints
Each print displays the edition number and total quantity in the lower left corner.
This artwork is limited edition with a set number of prints available. Once all 200 prints in this edition have sold out, there will be no other prints of “Winter Squash” available.
Each Print displays the artist’s signature in the lower right corner. All prints were hand-signed by John Burgoyne.
16x20 UNFRAMED PRINT
Overall Paper Size: 17" x 21"
Item Number UNFSWNS
Acid, Lignen, and Chlorine Free
100% Cotton Rag
Cold Press Bright Paper Stock
Printed in the United States
Signed and Editioned in Boston, MA
Please Note: Slight size and border variations make each one of John Burgoyne's back cover prints completely unique and each may vary slightly in size.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
John Burgoyne was raised in Massachusetts, where he developed a passion for art at an early age. After graduating from Massachusetts College of Art, Burgoyne embarked on a career as an illustrator.
A member of the New York Society of Illustrators, he has received more than 100 awards in the United States and Europe including awards from Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, Hatch Awards, Graphis, Print, One Show, New York Art Directors Club and Clio.