Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Magazine, Mar/Apr 2019

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  • Lemon-almond pound cake

    • jaelsne on June 03, 2020

      Delicious—the cake itself is not too sweet. The glaze adds a bit of sweetness and tartness. I followed the recipe exactly. It came out perfect

  • Roasted cauliflower with miso glaze

    • LaurenB on June 13, 2019

      Used a little over half the miso sauce and for us was the perfect amount. I will leave the pistachios whole next time (or at the most, just halve them) and might omit the scallions. We liked but didn't love it but I could see myself making again because it was so easy and different. 3.5/5

    • apattin on April 21, 2020

      Used less miso, less scallions. Yummy

    • hillsboroks on July 05, 2020

      This glaze is such a surprising flavor bomb for cauliflower and it works wonderfully. I wanted to cut the recipe in half so I weighed my cauliflower and made a half recipe of the glaze. I substituted chopped hazelnuts for the pistachios and did not have any cilantro so I omitted that. But we absolutely loved the final dish and as an added bonus it was incredibly easy to make.

    • anya_sf on March 11, 2019

      My head of cauliflower looked large, but I didn't weigh it, and there was too much miso for that amount of cauliflower. Unfortunately, I didn't realize that until it was all mixed together. I omitted the cilantro since I was out, and just used 3 green onions, which I thought was plenty. The pistachios kind of got lost, so they could be omitted and the dish would still be good, but maybe they'd stand out more if there were less miso. The flavors were very good, so I'll definitely try this again, but with less miso mixture.

  • Spaghetti puttanesca

    • CynthiasCooking on April 10, 2019

      This was easy and delicious, just as promised in the recipe. Because it is winter and we live in Maine I did not use fresh basil but instead took frozen pesto from the freezer. This worked just great. I'm sure it would be even better with fresh basil and I look forward to trying it that way next summer when the garden is full of fresh herbs.

  • Tomato conserva

    • rmardel on November 10, 2020

      Delicious and incredibly versatile. I got out of my way to keep this in the pantry and it is a good way to elevate out of season cherry tomatoes into something special.

  • Lebanese lentils and rice with crisped onions (Mujaddara)

    • anya_sf on March 06, 2019

      The onions did not crisp, just remained soft. The dish overall was rather bland - definitely needed the yogurt. I've had better versions of this dish.

  • Creamy asparagus pasta

    • anya_sf on March 06, 2019

      I cooked 12 oz pasta, but didn't increase the sauce, and there was still plenty to coat the pasta. This dish was quick and easy to make and quite tasty. My son thought it was avocado rather than asparagus, since the asparagus is chopped so finely and is fairly rich from the cream. We enjoyed it.

  • Belgian meatballs (Boulets à la Liégeoise)

    • anya_sf on March 10, 2019

      Instead of browning the meatballs in a skillet, I roasted them at 400 degrees for 30 minutes, which was a lot easier and less messy. I only had 2 Tbsp dill for the sauce, but didn't miss the rest. The sauce was pleasantly sweet (not overly - I don't like sweet sauces with meat), slightly tangy, and very thick. I served these with frites, but would try mashed or boiled potatoes next time, since the crispness is lost when mixed with the sauce. My family thought the meatballs were amazing!

  • Steak and bacon tacos

    • Apepin on March 24, 2021

      This was quick and delicious. The kids loved it! Jalapenos were not too spicy.

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  • Published Mar 01 2019
  • Format Magazine
  • Page Count 32
  • Language English
  • Countries United States

Publishers Text

Introducing Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Magazine--the new home cooking. Each issue includes: recipes full of culinary secrets; principles of cooking so you can improvise at the stove; a new repertoire of techniques to transform your cooking and the best ways to use cookware, tools, and gadgets. Published 6 times per year.