Milk Street Magazine
March-April 2017
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True Guacamole

True Guacamole

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Who Put Tahini in My Brownie?

Recipe: Tahini Swirl Brownies
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Persian Herb Omelet

Recipe: Baked Persian Herb Omelet (Kuku Sabzi)
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48 Hours with Diana Kennedy

Recipe: Shrimp in Chipotle Sauce (Camarones Enchipotlados)
Recipe: Chipotles in Adobo Sauce
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Smashing our Way to a Better Salad

Recipe: Smashed Cucumber Salad
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Cheese. Beer. Toast.

Recipe: Welsh Rarebit
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Rice. Fried. Fast.

Recipe: Thai Fried Rice
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Quit Stalling (and Other Tips for Better Roast Pork)

Recipe: Cuban-Style Pork Shoulder with Mojo Sauce
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Skillet Flatbread

Recipe: Piadina
Recipe: Prosciutto, Arugula and Ricotta Piadine Filling
Recipe: Lahmajoun with Lamb Piadine Filling
Recipe: Spicy Garlic-and-Herb Oil Piadine Filling
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Cracked Potatoes

Recipe: Cracked Potatoes with Vermouth, Coriander and Fennel
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Peruvian Pesto

Recipe: Peruvian Pesto (Tallarines Verde)
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The French (Vinaigrette) Revolution

Recipe: Sweet-and-Sour Mint Dressing (Sekanjabin)
Recipe: Roasted Cauliflower with Curry and Mint
Recipe: Roasted Broccoli Rabe with Fennel and Chili Flakes
Recipe: Broiled Eggplant with Chilies and Cilantro
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The Chicken or the Egg? In Chikhirtma, Both

Recipe: Georgian Chicken Soup (Chikhirtma)
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A Sauce for All Seasons

Recipe: Cilantro-Jalapeno Adobo Sauce
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Let Them Eat Pistachio-Cardamom Loaf Cake

Recipe: Pistachio-Cardamom Loaf Cake
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All Shook Up

Recipe: Gin Alexander
Recipe: Pisco Sour
Recipe: Tequila at High Noon
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One-Pot Soba Supper

Recipe: Soba with Miso Butter and Asparagus
Editor’s Note

The Hot Basil Restaurant For People Who Like Spicy Food

During three days in Chiang Mai, the largest city in northern Thailand, I learned that it takes two hours to cook chicken feet. That dried chicken blood is sold in bricks. That the car wash parking lot is used for cockfighting. That cold ash is poured over live coals to moderate a grill’s temperature. That pork intestines are chopped and added to larb, a minced pork dish. That a wooden mortar and pestle, instead of stone, are used when one...

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