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A Trip to Senegal

In this episode, Christopher Kimball travels to Senegal to learn North African cooking techniques with Senegalese chef, restaurateur and author Pierre Thiam. Back at the kitchen, Milk Street cook Lynn Clark show how to make black-eyed pea and sweet potato stew (ndambe), and later Milk Street cook Catherine Smart teaches how to make a Senegalese dessert, mango and coconut rice pudding.

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2020-09-06T00:00:00-07:00

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Tuesday Night Italian

This episode is all about Italian Tuesday Night essentials. Milk Street Cook Catherine Smart and Christopher Kimball make the classic and rich Pesto alla Genovese, where the trick is using the right type of cheese. Milk Street Cook Rayna Jhaveri then makes a Campanelle Pasta with Sweet Corn, Tomatoes and Basil, a creamy dish that requires no cream. Finally, we learn how to make a fresh and bright Pasta with Pistachios, Tomatoes and Mint with Milk Street Cook Matthew Card.

  • 2019-12-11T02:30:00-08:00
    KCET-HD

Holiday Entertaining

This episode explores the best recipes for holiday entertaining. Milk Street Cook Matthew Card and Christopher Kimball prepare an Argentinian-Style Stuffed Pork Loin with Chimichurri, a layered and filling dinner. Then Milk Street Cook Erika Bruce whips up a buttery and rich French Walnut Tart, which is an elevated take on the classic American pecan pie.

  • 2019-12-18T02:30:00-08:00
    KCET-HD

The New Paris

Welcome to the new Paris. In this episode, Milk Street Cook Lynn Clark and Christopher Kimball make cloudlike Potato Gnocchi with Butter, Sage and Chives. Then Milk Street Cook Bianca Borges whips up Lamingtons, small chocolate-coated, coconut-covered cakes from Australia by way of Le Petit Grain boulangerie in Paris. Finally, Milk Street Cook Erika Bruce throws together Greens with Walnuts, Parmesan and Pancetta Vinaigrette, a mainstay of French cooking.

  • 2020-01-08T02:30:00-08:00
    KCET-HD