Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street

Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street

I always give Cook's Illustrated credit for teaching me how to cook and it will always be my go-to for classic American dishes like fried chicken, chocolate cupcakes, pancakes, burgers, roast turkey and countless other things I cannot live without. But Milk Street is...

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Appetites

I've been a fan of Anthony Bourdain's since Kitchen Confidential and I've always felt a little bad for him in that he's gotten one of those super-sticky labels that famous people acquire (sometimes unfairly), in his case: "bad boy," or "the bad boy of cooking."  It...

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Kansas City BBQ Brisket

Sometimes a certain dish calls out to you, maybe prompted by a picture, a season, a memory, a craving, a passing aroma.  In paging through the recipes in this book one thing I really wanted to make was a barbecued beef sandwich that would taste like one from this...

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Grilled Eggplant with Yogurt Sauce

This recipe attempts to solve a couple of eggplant problems: excessive moisture and an unpleasant texture best described as "spongy."  Grilling (vs. other cooking methods) itself solves the moisture by letting it all drip away.  To avoid sponginess we are slicing into...

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