This month’s prize package includes a collection of Christopher Kimball for Kuhn Rikon cookware, including the Christopher Kimball for Kuhn Rikon Collection Wok Skillet, Tongs, Traverse Whisk, Softedge Quick Turn Spatula, Serrated Pocket Peeler, Spider Skimmer, All-Purpose Kitchen Grater, Ratchet Grinder, Storage Jars, Everything Ladle, Pop-Up Steamer Basket, and Duromatic Pressure Cooker.
Milk Street Radio
Christopher Kimball is the founder of Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street. Mr. Kimball is also the host of Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio, a weekly public radio show (and podcast). Christopher also founded Cook’s Magazine in 1980 and served as publisher and editorial director through 1989. In 1993, Mr. Kimball re-launched Cook’s Magazine as Cook’s Illustrated and went on to found Cook’s Country magazine in 2004. Mr. Kimball is the author of several books including, most recently, Fannie’s Last Supper.
Sara Moulton is the host of public television’s Sara’s Weeknight Meals. A protégée of Julia Child, Sara was the founder of the New York Women’s Culinary Alliance, executive chef of Gourmet magazine, Food Editor of ABC-TV’s Good Morning America, and the host of several well-loved shows on the Food Network . Sara is the author of several cookbooks including Sara Moulton Cooks at Home (2002), Sara’s Secrets for Weeknight Meals (2005) and Sara Moulton’s Everyday Family Dinners (2010). In March of 2016, Sara released her latest book, Sara Moulton’s Home Cooking 101: How To Make Everything Taste Better, a cookbook and teaching manual aimed at making readers more confident and efficient in the kitchen.
Adam Gopnik has been a staff writer at The New Yorker for more than thirty years. His many books include Paris To The Moon, Through The Children’s Gate, and The Table Comes First, which won the 2012 International Association of Culinary Professionals award for literary food writing. He lives in New York, and cooks almost every night.
Dan Pashman is the creator and host of The Sporkful podcast at WNYC Studios and the Cooking Channel show You’re Eating It Wrong. He’s also the author of Eat More Better: How To Make Every Bite More Delicious and a contributor to NPR. He lives outside New York City with his wife and two daughters.
J. Kenji López-Alt
J. Kenji López-Alt is the author of The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science and the Chief Culinary Advisor for Serious Eats. His writing and recipes unravel the mysteries of home cooking through science. He lives in San Mateo with his wife Adriana and his daughter Alicia.
Aaron Carroll, MD, MS
Dr. Aaron E. Carroll, MD, MS is a professor of pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine. His writing frequently appears in the New York Times The Upshot / The New Health Care column. He has a popular YouTube show Healthcare Triage, and an upcoming book titled The Bad Food Bible: How and Why to Eat Sinfully.
Catherine Smart is a New Hampshire native who found her love of food early, with a family that tapped maple trees, cooked, gardened and canned their own food. After graduating from the University of New Hampshire in 2007, she completed a culinary certificate program and MLA in gastronomy at Boston University. While working toward her degree, she started a personal chef business and became a regular contributor to The Boston Globe food section. She has spent the last decade as a freelance writer, food stylist and culinary teacher.
Lynn Clark started cooking as an “intern” in her mother's home kitchen in western Massachusetts. After a career in publishing and consulting, she found herself an intern again—this time in Christopher Kimball’s kitchen at Cook’s Country magazine while studying at the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts. She is a former associate editor of Cook’s Country magazine and co-executive chef of the PBS television series Cook's Country from America’s Test Kitchen. She is excited to be working with Christopher again developing recipes at Milk Street. Her current intern—her daughter—is excited to see her mom on TV as long as it doesn't interfere with any episodes of Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood.
Melissa Baldino is the media director and co-founder of Milk Street. Before working at Milk Street, she was the executive producer of America’s Test Kitchen Radio, and America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Country television shows, all for which she received four Emmy nominations. She is a dual citizen of both the U.S. and Austria and currently lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Annie Sinsabaugh is the radio producer at Milk Street. Before that, she produced and wrote immersive audio tours with Detour. Her work has been featured on public radio stations nationwide. Annie trained at the Transom Story Workshop in Woods Hole and received a B.A. in Creative Writing and Literature at Bard College.
Jackie Noack is an associate producer at Milk Street. She has worked for various media production companies in Boston and New York, and served as a field producer and translator for the HBO documentary, "Clínica de Migrantes". She double majored in international film and French at Tufts University. She is Peruvian-American and is natively fluent in Spanish.
Stephanie Cohn is the production assistant at Milk Street. She has lived and worked in South America and Australia. She graduated from the Salt Institute of Documentary Studies at Maine College of Art with a focus on Audio Storytelling. She also majored in Journalism at Northeastern University.
Jay Allison is an independent journalist and leader in public broadcasting. He produces The Moth Radio Hour and has created hundreds of documentaries. He is a six-time Peabody Award winner. Jay founded Transom, PRX, and public radio station WCAI on Cape Cod, where he lives with his family. More on Jay’s website.
Melissa Allison is an independent radio producer. She has worked with The Kitchen Sisters, Homelands Productions and WNYC’s Radio Rookies, where she produced documentaries with teenagers. Her work has aired on NPR and the BBC World Service. She produces and consults on numerous podcasts.
Georg Brandl Egloff
Georg Brandl Egloff is a composer for radio, film, and television. He writes the music you hear on Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio. He lived and worked as a musician in New York City for many years before moving to Los Angeles where he now resides.