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Christopher Kimball's Milk Street : the new home cooking / with Matthew Card, J.M. Hirsch, Michelle Locke and Jennifer Baldino Cox.

Kimball, Christopher (author.). Milk Street (Firm) (Added Author).

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Rowayton Library 641 KIM (Text to phone) 33625122811222 Adult Nonfiction Checked out 04/01/2020
Bethel Public Library 641.5 KIMBALL (Text to phone) 34030141542750 Adult Nonfiction Available -
David M. Hunt Library - Falls Village 641.5 Kim (Text to phone) 33180123764806 Adult Nonfiction Available -
Derby Public Library 641.5 KIM (Text to phone) 34047140410961 Adult Nonfiction Available -
Edith Wheeler Memorial Library - Monroe 641.5 KIMBALL (Text to phone) 34026139807593 Adult Nonfiction Available -
Mark Twain Library Association - Redding 641.5 Kim (Text to phone) 33620138808932 Adult Nonfiction Available -
Scoville Memorial Library - Salisbury COOKING KIMBALL (Text to phone) 37538092668827 Cooking Available -
Tolland Public Library 641.5 KIM (Text to phone) 34051139276243 Adult Nonfiction Available -
Weston Public Library 641.5 KIMBALL (Text to phone) 34053141554278 Adult Nonfiction Available -

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General Note: Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note: The new home cooking -- Pantry -- Eggs -- Soups -- Vegetables -- Grains -- Suppers -- Dinners -- Breads -- Small sweets -- Desserts -- Staples, sauces and seasonings.
Summary, etc.: "The first cookbook connected to Milk Street's public television show delivers more than 125 new recipes arranged by type of dish: from grains and salads, to a new way to scramble eggs, to simple dinners and twenty-first-century desserts"--Amazon.com.
Subject: Cooking
Genre: Cookbooks.

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Kimball, formerly of Cook's Illustrated and America's Test Kitchen, brings extensive test-kitchen expertise to his newest project, Milk Street. Fans of the aforementioned magazine and show (and related cookbook series) will find much to love in Kimball's similar (albeit briefer) approach here, explaining the whys and hows of recipe revisions to consistently produce the best results at home. But instead of focusing on American standards, Kimball travels the globe for simple cooking with big flavors and seeks to interpret them for home cooks. The author draws on his world travels to introduce dishes such as Korean pork and kimchee stew, Turkish beans with pickled tomatoes, and Spanish garlic soup. In many ways, he argues, these are the new standards: the idea of ethnic food is obsolete. Curry braised eggs, Thai fried rice, and Peruvian pesto could appear in any kitchen, just as pomegranate molasses, fish sauce, and za'atar are now stocked in many pantries. Overall, with its testing notes, short ingredient lists, and firm directions (each recipe has a don't section), this volume is a trustworthy and easy-to-use collection of international flavors from one of the nation's best cooking teachers.--Neumer Lara, Alison Copyright 2017 Booklist

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Kimball, the former Cook's Illustrated editor, launched Christopher Kimball's Milk Street in 2016, a cooking venture that includes a school, magazine, and public TV and radio shows. This cookbook is the first from Milk Street, and its 125 recipes are an eclectic mix of dishes. All the recipes offer the reliability that Kimball is famous for, and there are lists of pantry staples and cooking tips included with some recipes to help readers get dinner on the table with ease. Flavors are gathered from around the world, with "supper" recipes that include Spanish spice-crusted pork tenderloin bites; soba noodles with asparagus, miso butter, and egg; and Peruvian pesto, made with spinach instead of basil. Egg dishes go from a simple scramble cooked in olive oil to curry braised eggs that promise to reinvent breakfast, and possibly dinner. Vegetable recipes are particularly interesting, and include cracked potatoes with vermouth, coriander, and fennel; sweet-and-spicy ginger green beans; and a sweet potato gratin with vanilla bean and bay leaves that shakes up the Thanksgiving staple. Dessert combinations are unexpected, such as rosemary-pine nut cornmeal cookies and date-stuffed semolina cookies. There are also nontraditional takes on standards, such as tahini-swirl brownies and rye chocolate chip cookies. Kimball's fans will be pleased with his latest cookbook. Agent: David Black, David Black Agency. (Sept.) © Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.

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Following a controversial departure from America's Test Kitchen with pending litigation, cooking instructor Kimball (Fannie's Last Supper) launched Christopher Kimball's Milk Street, a food multimedia company and cooking school based in Boston, offering a website (177milkstreet.com), bimonthly magazine, and TV and radio shows. This first cookbook promises reliable, boldly flavored dishes "that will change how you cook forever." Its 125 recipes, however, often fall short. A chocolate cake steamed inside of a Dutch oven introduces an intriguing method but cooks up surprisingly bland. An avocado salad asks for spending upwards of 20 minutes pickling mustard seeds, only two tablespoons of which are needed for the dressing. Many other recipes feel more overly simplified than memorable, and they'll underwhelm cooks expecting revelatory tastes and techniques. VERDICT Milk Street's debut shows promise but ultimately disappoints. Buy for demand. [See "Editors' Fall Picks," LJ 9/1/17, p. 33.-Ed.]. © Copyright 2017. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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