Posted: 9:16 am Tuesday, October 18th, 2016
By Ann Kelly
For those of us who were curious what Christopher Kimball would be up to for his next adventure, it’s to be found at 177 Milk Street in Boston. It’s not that far removed from what the founder, editor, and publisher of America’s Test Kitchen, Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country magazines has done in the past, along with hosting America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen. 177 Milk Street is home to the editorial offices of Milk Street, a cooking school as well as where Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street television and radio shows will be produced. This month marks the launch of Milk Street Magazine (yes, I’m already signed up) and for what Christopher promises will be a new style of home cooking. Sound radical and a world away from the bow-tied ambience of New England? Not really, but after talking to Christopher it sounds like the perfect next step. Enjoy my chat and sign up for your copy of Milk Street Magazine when you have a moment. It’s a nice addition to the culinary library. By the way, there’s also a link for jobs at Milk Street on their site. Who knows!
Words of Wisdom from Ann Kelly’s Kitchen
Cooking is about putting food on the table night after night, and there isn’t anything glamorous about it – Christopher Kimball