Stir-Fried Celery and Shiitakes with Scallions and Sesame Oil
Interview with SF chef Kathy Fang
The Milk Street Cookbook
The Milk Street Cookbook will help to change the way you cook. This 560-page companion to the Milk Street Television Show contains every recipe from the first three seasons — episodes airing from September 2017 through August 2020. Better yet, each recipe is displayed in oversized color photography. Order today for big flavors. Simple recipes. Better cooking.
The Richest Eye Round
Magazine article on a flavorful, economical cut for holiday roasting.
Milk Street: The New Rules
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Dear Home Cook,
I grew up learning how to cook classic American food, from fried chicken to hermits, from spaghetti and meatballs to apple pie. And I learned the rules. How to cream butter and sugar. How to sauté meat for a stew. How to layer a casserole. How to cook pasta.
But the world of home cooking, and its rules, have changed. We no longer dump sauce on pasta; we finish them together. We no longer s...
Bundt Pan Sticky Toffee Pudding
Magazine article on a delicious holiday dessert.
Milk Street: Tuesday Nights
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Christopher Kimball's Milk Street: The New Home Cooking
Christopher Kimball, one of Epicurious' 100 Greatest Home Cooks of All Time, teaches a simple, bold, and healthy new way to cook.
For more than twenty-five years, Christopher Kimball has promised home cooks that his recipes would work. Now, with his team of cooks and editors at Milk Street, he promises that a new approach in the kitchen can elevate the quality of your cooking far beyond anything you thought possible.
Christopher Kimball's Milk Street, the first cookbook connected to Milk Stre...
Make a scene at these places from your favorite films
Winter had trespassed into spring the day I visited Mirabell Gardens in Salzburg, Austria, where Julie Andrews and the Von Trapp children sang and danced their way through “Do-Re-Mi.” Snowflakes stuck to my nose and eyelashes and also found their icy way down my neck.
Not that I cared. As a fan of “The Sound of Music” since forever, I was thrilled to skip in the footsteps of Maria & Co., snow and all.
Turns out visiting the setting of a much-loved movie is a popular pastime, from the bar of t...
For fans of British royals, a sightseeing itinerary
FILE - In this Nov. 27, 2017, file photo, Britain’s Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle pose for photographers during a photocall in the grounds of Kensington Palace. Fans of the British royals will want to include castles, Westminster Cathedral and other sites connected to Queen Elizabeth II and her family on any trip to England. (Matt Dunham, File/Associated Press)
LONDON — You got up in the wee hours to watch Prince William and Kate Middleton tie the knot in 2011. (And, if you’re of...
5 signature Parisian drinks and where to find them
PARIS (AP) — Thirsty for fabulous sightseeing, strolling and shopping? Paris has got you covered. Or maybe you’re simply . thirsty. No problem. Whether you fancy Champagne atop the Eiffel Tower or coffee at a sidewalk cafe, here are five ways to raise a toast, Parisian style.
POP AT THE TOP
A flute of Champagne is a celebration. A flute of Champagne at the pinnacle of the Eiffel Tower is just that little bit extra. An elegant and enduring monument to 19th-century know-how, the tower attracts ...
Fall for Lake Tahoe's secret season: Autumn
Crowds and prices go down in fall, but Lake Tahoe remains a beautiful spot to visit.
Sip, sparkle, pop! 5 spots to imbibe on Sonoma bubbly tour
SONOMA, Calif. (AP) — You don't have to visit France's Champagne region to get a bubbly fix. Just head to Sonoma County, California, north of San Francisco.
Some wineries are quite old, like Buena Vista Winery, founded in 1857. Korbel, founded in 1882, makes 960,000 cases of its flagship Korbel Brut a year.
Gloria Ferrer Caves & Vineyards planted the classic grapes of Champagne here in the 1980s but the family has made Spanish Freixenet for centuries. Also worth a stop: J Vineyards and Iron H...
A sip-and-step guide to hiking the Napa Valley
NAPA, Calif. (AP) — Here’s a wine country secret that can help you raise your glass and your heart rate. Along with the Napa Valley’s famous wine-tasting trails, there are miles of scenic trails of the hiking variety, beckoning visitors who want to exercise more than their palates.
“There are so many great places up here,” says John Conover, partner and general manager of Odette Estate winery and an avid hiker.
From the mellow stroll of the Napa Vine Trail on the valley floor to more rugged h...