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Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio
Milk Street Radio travels the world to discover how food and cooking are changing lives and cultures, from $13,500 melons in Japan and computer-generated cookie recipes to the home cooking of Ina Garten and Egyptian fast food in Berlin.
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4.3 stars from 1,339 ratings
The podcast makes best use of Chris’ talents- acerbic, but also curious and passionate about food and cooking. Like the recipes, his style is far from the watery, lukewarm, or overly salty content available elsewhere. Milk Street Radio offers a rich, varied menu that packs deep flavor and...Read full review »
SFlummox via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/06/19
$700 RIBEYE???? 1%???
I like this show sometimes but GET REAL! I’ll see your $700 ribeye and UNSUBSCRIBE 700%. Geez.
getrealyouronpublicradio via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/26/19
Love! 💕💕💕
Oh, how I missed you Christopher! Love this radio show.. Just found it. So many interesting stories and just fun to listen to. Thank you so much, I really appreciate all the work and dedication put into this show. And having Sara as a cohost is fabulous.
Snowpenny via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/11/19
Recent Episodes
Grant Barrett and Martha Barnette, hosts of the radio show “A Way With Words,” join us to explore the language of food. They discuss why some restaurant servers ask “Will you be wanting anything else?”—instead of simply “Do you want anything else?” And they explain phrases that seemingly don’t...
Published 11/08/19
The Chez Panisse founder discusses the early days of the historic Berkeley institution and the power of taste to change lives. Plus, our trip to Sicily for the real Pasta con Fagioli; Jerrelle Guy talks “Black Girl Baking”; and Dan Pashman of The Sporkful performs an on-air experiment about sound...
Published 11/01/19
Angie Mar, co-owner and chef at the Beatrice Inn, introduces us to her world, a restaurant that cooks more animals than vegetables. We discuss smuggling beef, bone-marrow crème brûlée and her most polarizing dish—a 160-day whiskey-aged tomahawk rib-eye steak, which sells for more than $700. Plus,...
Published 10/25/19
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