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At Milk Street, Chris Kimball and his test cooks use techniques from around the globe to deliver bolder flavors and healthier dishes in less time with simple techniques. On any given Tuesday, you can create interesting, delicious food in a flash.
With more than 200 recipes including quick yet flavorful soups and stews, simple salads, pastas that come together in minutes with ingredients you already have on hand, the home cook's essential problem--What's for dinner Tuesday night?--has never tasted so good. And say goodbye to the freezer-burned gallon of ice cream you've kept on hand for just this purpose: there are even weeknight-appropriate sweets you can whip up after dinner and still have time to eat before bed.
Best of all, every Tuesday Nights recipe is backed by the rigorous testing for which Chris Kimball is famous. With a photograph for every recipe, helpful tips and tricks for novice cooks and step-by-step visual instruction, each recipe is guaranteed to work when you need it most.

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Christopher Kimball

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street is located in downtown Boston - at 177 Milk Street - and is home to a cooking school, a bimonthly magazine, and a public television and radio show.

Kimball founded Cook's Magazine in 1980 and served as publisher and editorial director through 1989. In 1993, Mr. Kimball relaunched Cook's Magazine as Cook's Illustrated, and he began publishing Cook's Country in 2004. For sixteen years he was the host and executive producer of the two highest-rated cooking shows on public (and cable) television, America's Test Kitchen and Cook's Country, and the host of America's Test Kitchen Radio, a weekly public food radio show (and podcast) broadcast on over 300 stations nationwide. He is the author of several books, including The Cook's Bible, The Dessert Bible, and Fannie's Last Supper.

Learn more at 177milkstreet.com.

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