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Milk Street Magazine
March-April 2018
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The New Chicken Soup

The New Chicken Soup

Articles from this Issue

Tuscany's Fagioli all’Uccelletto

Recipe: White Beans with Sage, Garlic and Fennel

In Rome, Broccoli Is a Sauce, Not a Side

Recipe: Rigatoni with Roman Broccoli Sauce

Light, Bright and Citrusy: Singapore's Curry

Recipe: Coconut–Lemon Grass Shrimp with Rice
Recipe: Coconut-Ginger Rice

Searching for the Salted Potatoes of Tenerife

Recipe: Salt-Crusted Potatoes (Papas Arrugadas)

Chicken en Cocotte: France’s One-Pot Solution

Recipe: Chicken en Cocotte

Colombia’s Sweet, Spiced Posta Negra

Recipe: Colombian Braised Beef (Posta Negra)

Peppery Scrambled Eggs for Dinner

Recipe: Turkish Scrambled Eggs with Spicy Tomatoes and Capers (Menemen)

Peruvian Beef Stir-Fry

Recipe: Peruvian Steak Stir-Fry with Onions and Tomatoes (Lomo Saltado)

Rich With Saffron, Cumin and Lemon, Morocco's Tangia

Recipe: Lemon-Saffron Chicken (Tangia)

Smoky, Tender Kale Salad

Recipe: Kale Salad with Smoked Almonds and Picada Crumbs

Spicy Pork with Leeks

Recipe: Spicy Pork with Leeks and Roasted Red Peppers (Tigania)

Ginger-Scallion Steamed Cod

Recipe: Ginger-Scallion Steamed Cod

Tunisian Pistachio-Citrus Pastries

Recipe: Tunisian Pistachio-Citrus Pastries (Samsa)

The Easiest Tart in the World: Chocolate Crostata

Recipe: Chocolate-Hazelnut (Gianduja) Crostata

Sweet Potato Cake

Recipe: Macanese Sweet Potato Cake (Batatada)

For Better Cocktails, a Pinch of Salt

Recipe: French 75
Editor’s Note

Yayos and Green Olives

Abraham Garcia, one of Madrid’s best-known chefs, loves horse racing so much he pursued work as an announcer for the local track. But he admits to finding horses confusing since they prefer to eat barley than to drink whiskey.

And he is quick with a quip. When asked about his preferences for a last meal, he commented: “One should venture into the unknown on an empty stomach.” And he prefers olive oil to butter since “butter is like the moon...

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