Milk Street Television
About the Show
The test cooks of Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street search the world over for techniques that can add a little kick, and convenience, to everyday American cooking. Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television follows the journey from first bite to kitchen-tested recipe. The series is filmed across the world—the first season includes Thailand, Mexico, Peru and London—and in the heart of our organization, the kitchen of our headquarters at 177 Milk Street in downtown Boston.
Milk Street is also home to our magazine’s editorial offices and our cooking school. Each episode gives viewers the chance to see the process at work as we test, edit, and translate what we learn into the home-cooking environment. It may be a new flavor combination, like the Thai-inspired fish sauce and coconut milk dressing we use to elevate simple coleslaw. It may be reviving an old classic, like our caramel-sauced oranges recipe that borrows from the Brits by way of Italy and brings a bit of the Swinging Sixties to the 21st-century dinner table. Where in the world will inspiration strike next? Join us on our culinary quest to transform the way America cooks, and eats.
For underwriting inquiries, please contact Lisa Hensiek at [email protected].
- Season One Premeire September 2017
- Number of Episodes 13
- Episode Length 30 minutes
- Website 177milkstreet.com/TV
- Accessibility Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street TV is closed-captioned for deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers.
- Produced By CPK Media
- Presented By American Public Television and WGBH
Station Broadcast Rights
Unlimited use / 2 years
Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street TV 1
Beginning September 2017
- Christopher Kimball series host
- Erika Bruce recipe segment test cook
- Matthew Card recipe segment test cook
- Lynn Clark recipe segment test cook
- Rayna Jhaveri recipe segment test cook
- Catherine Smart recipe segment test cook
About Milk Street
Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street in downtown Boston — at 177 Milk Street — is home to our editorial offices and cooking school. It also is where we record Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street television and radio shows. Milk Street is changing how we cook by searching the world for bold, simple recipes and techniques. Adapted and tested for home cooks everywhere, these lessons are the backbone of what we call the new home cooking. For more information, go to 177milkstreet.com.
WGBH Station Relations