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Milk Street Magazine
November-December 2017
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A New World of Holiday Cookies

A New World of Holiday Cookies

Articles from this Issue
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Brazil’s Pão de Queijo

Recipe: Brazilian Cheese Bread (Pão de Queijo)
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Whipped Feta Dip

Recipe: Whipped Feta Dip
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From Cambodia, A Savory Mushroom-Pork Omelet

Recipe: Mushroom-Pork Omelet
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Like Tunisia, Couscous Is in Constant Motion

Recipe: North African Chicken Couscous
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Mashed Potatoes with Caraway-Mustard Butter

Recipe: Mashed Potatoes with Caraway-Mustard Butter
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A Better Sweet Potato Casserole

Recipe: Savory Sweet Potato Gratin
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Easy Oven-Baked Mushroom-Herb Stuffing

Recipe: Easy Oven-Baked Mushroom-Herb Stuffing
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Tea-Rubbed Maple Turkey

Recipe: Tea-Rubbed Maple Turkey
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Charred Brussels Sprouts with Garlic Chips

Recipe: Charred Brussels Sprouts with Garlic Chips
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Haitian Pumpkin and Beef Soup

Recipe: Haitian Pumpkin and Beef Soup (Soup Joumou)
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Bringing Home Porchetta

Recipe: Fennel-Rosemary Porchetta
Recipe: Roasted Fennel
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Refreshing Frisée Salad

Recipe: Greens with Walnuts, Parmesan and Pancetta Vinaigrette
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Chocolate-Orange Tart

Recipe: Chocolate-Orange Tart
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Save Room for Marmalade Bundt Cake

Recipe: Marmalade Bundt Cake with Crystallized Ginger
Recipe: Scotch Custard Sauce
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Pumpkin Seed Rolls for the Holidays

Recipe: Pumpkin Seed Rolls
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Gingerbread Pepper Cookies

Recipe: Gingerbread Pepper Cookies (Pierniki)
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Dutch Butter Cake

Recipe: Dutch Butter Cake (Boterkoek)
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Rugelach

Recipe: Sour Cherry Rugelach
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A Martini. Blended, Not Stirred

Recipe: Lemon Grass Martini
Editor’s Note

Pease Porridge Hot

I had driven up from London to the Lake District to visit Ivan Day, who has lived most of his life in the world of the 17th century. He occupies a modest home on a narrow lane with a rambling English garden and a view of the town and pastures below. It is a picture postcard for the saying, “There will always be an England.” 

Step inside and one is transported back to the Middle Ages, part museum and part...

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