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Milk Street Vegetables: 250 Bold, Simple Recipes for Every Season

Besides fans of Milk Street’s magazine or videos, cooks of all levels will appreciate the variety of vegetable dishes in this handy guide. It’s an ideal complement to Milk Street: Cookish, but it can also stand on its own.

Milk Street: Tuesday Nights Mediterranean; 125 Simple Weeknight Recipes from the World’s Healthiest Cuisine

Milk Street’s winning formula for creating maximum flavor, balanced with weeknight convenience, shines here, and fans of Tuesday Nights will eagerly embrace this new collection. Highly recommended for all libraries.

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Milk Street: Cookish: Throw It Together: Big Flavors. Simple Techniques. 200 Ways To Reinvent Dinner

Milk Street delivers another winning resource for home cooks seeking flexible, practical recipes that deliver maximum flavor with minimal time and effort.
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Milk Street Fast and Slow: Instant Pot Cooking at the Speed You Need

This could be a big hit with Instant Pot owners; for those on the fence, it might convince them to put one in their cart.

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Milk Street: The New Rules; Recipes That Will Change the Way You Cook

Highly recommended for fans of Kimball and Cook’s Illustrated, with delicious recipes and sound techniques to improve and spice up everyday cooking routines.
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Milk Street: Tuesday Nights; More Than 200 Simple Weeknight Suppers That Deliver Bold Flavor, Fast

Milk Street's globally inspired approach to fast cooking is anything but bland. Turn to their latest for flavorful weeknight winners.
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Christopher Kimball's Milk Street: The New Home Cooking

Milk Street's debut shows promise but ultimately disappoints. Buy for demand. [See "Editors' Fall Picks," LJ 9/1/17, p. 33.
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Fannie's Last Supper

Recommended for culinary history fans, particularly Bostonians, or any collection where kitchen diaries are popular. A documentary film of the feast slated for a November broadcast on PBS may drive up demand.
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