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Pão de Ló from 'Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Kitchen.' Photo: Enric Vives-Rubio

Make a Unique Sponge Cake from Portugal by Way of 'Milk Street'

Daniel Hautzinger

Pão de ló is an unusual Portuguese sponge cake that harbors a hidden surprise beneath its browned, creased surface. It's the perfect cake for late summer in its simplicity, or to celebrate the return of Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television.
Rib-eye steak with rosemary and pomegranate molasses from 'Christopher Kimball's Milk Street.' Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Treat Yourself with a Dressed-Up Rib-Eye from 'Milk Street'

Daniel Hautzinger

The waning of summer and approach of Labor Day means a new season of Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television and plenty of opportunities to grill. Treat yourself with a nice, Middle Eastern-inspired rib-eye.
Roasted Acorn Squash with Browned Butter-Orange Vinaigrette from 'Milk Street.' Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Roasted Acorn Squash with Browned Butter-Orange Vinaigrette from 'Milk Street'

Daniel Hautzinger

As Thanksgiving approaches and you enjoy fall colors, flavors, and weather, turn your attention to this roasted acorn squash recipe from Milk Street, where squash is balanced by a rich, bright vinaigrette.
Speculoos cookies from 'Milk Street.' Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Make Your Own Speculoos with 'Milk Street'

Daniel Hautzinger

Who doesn't love a good speculoos? As the weather chills, bake some of the spiced cookies with a recipe from Milk Street and enjoy them alongside a hot cup of tea. 
Muhammara from 'Milk Street.' Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Muhammara, a Syrian Roasted Red Pepper and Walnut Dip

Daniel Hautzinger

While it's not as well-known in the United States as its fellow Middle Eastern dips hummus and baba ghanoush, muhammara is just as delicious, with a depth coming from walnuts and roasted red peppers plus some mild spice from Aleppo pepper.
Chicken Vindaloo from 'Milk Street.' Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Chicken Vindaloo from 'Milk Street'

Daniel Hautzinger

Vindaloo is probably one of the better-known dishes in America that originated from the Indian subcontinent. Popularized by Indian restaurant menus across the United States, it's a tangy, lightly spicy curry from the state of Goa. 
Pumpkin Seed Rolls from Christopher Kimball's Milk Street. Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Pumpkin Seed Rolls for Thanksgiving from 'Milk Street'

Daniel Hautzinger

Instead of serving bland rolls that are simply vehicles for butter or sopping up gravy this Thanksgiving, try something that is seasonally appropriate and has its own flavor, in this recipe for Pumpkin Seed Rolls from Christopher Kimball's Milk Street.
Za'atar flatbreads from Milk Street. Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Make Your Own Middle Eastern-Style Flatbread, Courtesy of 'Milk Street'

Daniel Hautzinger

This versatile dough from Christopher Kimball's Milk Street incorporates Greek yogurt for some extra chewiness (and ease of making it). It can be topped with za'atar and sesame seeds or anything else, or simply baked plain to use with dips. 
Milk Street's Tlayuda. Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Try a Oaxacan Street Snack with a Recipe from 'Milk Street'

Daniel Hautzinger

Tlayudas are a common antojito, or street food, in Oaxaca. Somewhat similar to a pizza, they are a large tortilla topped with black beans, cheese, and other ingredients that is then grilled open-faced. Try a folded-over version from Christopher Kimball's Milk Street here. 
Milk Street's Mexican Chicken Soup with Tomatillos and Hominy. Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Warm Up with Mexican Chicken Soup from 'Milk Street'

Daniel Hautzinger

Now that it's cold outside, there's a good chance you're making and eating a lot of soup. If you're looking for something a bit different from your typical chicken soup, something that has a nice hit of heat, try this recipe from Christopher Kimball's Milk Street​. 
Mashed Potatoes with Caraway-Mustard Butter from Milk Street. Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Spice Up Your Mashed Potatoes with This Recipe from 'Milk Street'

Daniel Hautzinger

Not that mashed potatoes aren't delicious on their own, but sometimes you want to spice them up a bit for something a bit more special. Try this version from Christopher Kimball's Milk Street​ that incorporates a technique learned from Indian cooking. 
Milk Street's Singapore Chicken Satay. Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Make Your Own Street Food: Singapore Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce

Daniel Hautzinger

The popular street food, which is also often found in Thai restaurants in the United States, is traditionally cooked over hot coals. But Christopher Kimball's Milk Street has come up with an ingenious method to make it in your oven with your broiler without dangerous smoking.
A French apple cake from Milk Street. Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Apple Cake as Delicious and Simple as Apple Pie

Daniel Hautzinger

It's apple season! For something different than apple pie, try this French Apple Cake from Christopher Kimball's Milk Street – it's almost as if you took baked apples and swathed them in a delicious custard, the perfect dessert for early fall.
Three Cup Chicken from Christopher Kimball's Milk Street. Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Taiwanese Chicken: A One-Pan, Weeknight Meal

Daniel Hautzinger

Try this one-pan weeknight dinner from Christopher Kimball's Milk Street the next time you're craving some take-out Chinese food. This recipe will take just as long, taste just as good if not better, and probably be healthier for you.
Harissa, recipe by Christopher Kimball's Milk Street. Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives

Learn How To Make Your Own Harissa

Daniel Hautzinger

Try a recipe for the spicy North African staple from Christopher Kimball's Milk Street and you'll have your own homemade versatile condiment, ready to add some extra flavor and spice when you're grilling, roasting, or making stews.
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