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Milk Street Magazine
July-August 2017
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Cape Town’s Piri Piri Chicken

Cape Town’s Piri Piri Chicken

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Salsa, Charred and Smoky

Recipe: Guatemalan Salsa (Chirmol)

Raw Zucchini: What's New is Old

Recipe: Shaved Zucchini and Herb Salad with Parmesan

A New French-Bistro Standard

Recipe: Lentil Salad with Gorgonzola

Mexico City’s Fruit Salad

Recipe: Chili-Lime Melon Salad

Better Burgers via Cuba, and the Freezer

Recipe: Cuban-Spiced Burgers
Recipe: Smoked Paprika and Cumin Ketchup

Edelweiss Is Nice, but Austrian Potato Salad Is Better

Recipe: Austrian Potato Salad

A Fresh Pesto, from Sicily

Recipe: Trapanese Pesto

Salt of the Earth, Fish of the Sea

Recipe: Peruvian Ceviche

Goodbye, Boring Green Salad

Recipe: Fattoush

Char Your Aubergine

Recipe: Grilled Eggplant with Sesame and Herbs

Nigeria’s No. 1 Street Food: Beef Suya

Recipe: Beef Suya

Sichuan Chicken Salad

Recipe: Sichuan Chicken Salad

Crème, Not Cream, for the Smoothest Ice Cream

Recipe: Crème Fraîche and Honey Ice Cream
Recipe: Orange-Clove Crème Fraîche Ice Cream
Recipe: Crème Fraîche Ice Cream with Chocolate Chips and Crystallized Ginger

A Cookie That Shreds Tradition

Recipe: Australian Oat-Coconut Cookies (Anzac Biscuits)

Stop Poaching

Recipe: Rosé-Soaked Plums with Yogurt and Black Pepper Streusel
Recipe: Ginger-Peppercorn Yogurt
Recipe: Ginger-Anise Yogurt
Recipe: Black Pepper-Cinnamon Yogurt

Sleepless over Cracked Cheesecake?

Recipe: Ricotta-Semolina Cheesecake

Batch Cocktails Made Simpler

Recipe: Batch-Muddled Mojitos
Editor’s Note

Inyama! Inyama! Inyama!

It was a June night in 1969 under a stretched canvas of star- splattered sky in the Sahara, some­where between Tamanrasset, Algeria and Agadez, Niger. I was driving the first of three Land Rovers that had been specially outfitted for the rainy season was about to begin in the lower Sahara, we had trouble getting permission to drive south, but an appeal to the State Department smoothed the way.

Around midnight—we did not drive during the heat of the day—we...

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