How to Master Sweet and Savory Choux

From America’s Test Kitchen.

Test cook Dan Souza bakes host Bridget Lancaster classic Choux au Craquelin. Gadget critic Lisa McManus reviews piping sets. Hosts Bridget and Julia Collin Davison make savory Gnocchi à la Parisienne with Arugula, Tomatoes, and Olives.

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