Episode Guide

301: How To Cook Everything TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina wrestle the 10th edition of this monster cookbook of over 2,000 recipes written by NY Times foodie, Mark Bittman. Will their lemon meringue pie impress their celebrity chef?

302: A Diners, Drive-ins TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina test drive Guy Fieri's cookbook of greasy-spoon eats based on his hit TV show. And guest judge - skating champ Brian Boitano “ is as tough a critic as any figure skating judge.

303: The New Moosewood Cookbook TV-PG (30 min)

Does the updated version of this 70's classic that changed vegetarian cooking stand the test of time? Anna and Kristina get back to nature cooking with carob, soybeans, and bulgur!

304: Bon Appétit, Y'all TV-PG (30 min)

What's the secret to good old-fashioned Southern cooking? You have to go to the source. So Anna and Kristina pack their pans for Savannah, Georgia - the land of fried chicken, grits, and gravy.

305: The Skinnygirl Dish TV-PG (30 min)

Can one of the Real Housewives of New York City, Bethenny Frankel, produce a cookbook as ˜entertaining' as her show? Anna and Kristina prepare a selection of dishes, and a cocktail or two, to find out!

306: Lucinda's Authentic Jamaican Kitchen TV-PG (30 min)

Can Anna and Kristina recreate an authentic tropical taste in their kitchen, thousands of miles away from the island? Today's Jamaican judge won't stand for anything but the real Caribbean deal.

307: Grand Livre De Cuisine: Alain Ducasse's Desserts And Pastries TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina bring their sweet tooth to the test kitchen for an intimidating tome of sweets. But this isn't pudding and cookies “ these are extremely daunting desserts.

308: Three Sisters Around The Greek Table TV-PG (30 min)

It becomes clear very quickly that Greek cuisine is way more than simple souvlaki, as Anna and Kristina set out to test this award-winning cookbook.

309: Gordon Ramsay's Family Fare TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina test a book from one of the most intimidating chefs in the world, only to be judged by another “ Iron Chef champion Rob Feenie. You can taste the tension in the kitchen.

310: The Best Of Croatian Cooking TV-PG (30 min)

Kristina pays homage to her Croatian heritage and enlists Anna for help in the kitchen to evaluate a cookbook of very authentic recipes. Kristina's mother will give it to them straight.

311: Williams-sonoma Christmas Entertaining TV-PG (30 min)

How can the most stressful meal of the year get crazier? Anna and Kristina throw a glitzy holiday soiree, and invite a chef, sommelier, and event planner to judge if it's naughty or nice.

312: Bite Me TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina find themselves making a meatloaf mound and fishless sushi for Top Chef finalist, Sam Talbot “ a judge with more sophisticated taste than these quirky dishes offer.

313: Marguerite Patten's Best British Dishes TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina travel to England to test a cookbook of old-school British eats. But can they pull off classics like pease and Yorkshire pudding in the very land they come from?

314: The River Cottage Meat Book TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina embrace their inner carnivores to test this meaty cookbook. But with recipes that call for pigeons, hearts and tongues...will anything taste good?

315: Where People Feast: An Indigenous People's Cookbook TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina travel to traditional Indigenous lands to learn about, and attempt, true Native cuisine. But can they cram centuries of cooking secrets into one cook day?

316: Ratio: The Simple Codes Behind The Craft Of Everyday Cooking TV-PG (30 min)

What's the equation for kitchen success? Anna and Kristina tackle a heady cookbook that uses mathematical combinations to perfect food...and there's no tutor to help them.

317: The Ski House Cookbook TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina hit the slopes for a wintery Whistler trip that has them whipping up a warm apresski feast. But will their menu go downhill?

318: The Pleasures Of Cooking For One TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina celebrate single portions by making gourmet food fit for one. But smaller portions don't mean less stress. In this kitchen...two's a crowd.

319: Izakaya: The Japanese Pub Cookbook TV-PG (30 min)

Every little detail matters in this Japanese pub food challenge. And even if the food looks like artwork - will it work for the judge's high standards?

320: A16 Food + Wine TV-PG (30 min)

Making rustic Italian recipes from a renowned restaurant cookbook, Anna and Kristina try to impress two Brooklyn chefs who take their meatballs very seriously.

321: Bobby Flay's Mesa Grill Cookbook TV-PG (30 min)

Cooking bold Southwestern flavours from this celebrity cookbook isn't as sunny as Anna and Kristina had hoped.

322: Spécialités De La Maison TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina serve up old-school dishes from a 1940's collection of recipes from Hollywood stars. Cocktail wieners, anyone?

323: Canyon Ranch: Nourish: Indulgently Healthy Cuisine TV-PG (30 min)

The girls take one for the team and spend a week in a high-end spa to test a cookbook full of healing superfoods and fresh fare.

324: Jaime Oliver's 20 Minute Meals Mobile Appmy Father's Daughter TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina test their first non-paper cookbook and dive into the digital world by testing Jamie Oliver's popular application, "20 Minute Meals.

325: My Father's Daughter TV-PG (30 min)

If Oscar-winning actress, Gwyneth Paltrow can find the time to whip up healthy family meals, surely Anna and Kristina can. But in testing Paltrow's cookbook, time is definitely not on their side.

326: Anthony Bourdain's Les Halles Cookbook TV-PG (30 min)

Anna and Kristina take on Anthony Bourdain's cookbook on French bistro fare, and sink deeper and deeper into a deep-fried french fry fiasco.