Milk Street: Tuesday Nights Mediterranean: 125 Simple Weeknight Recipes from the World's Healthiest Cuisine (Hardcover)

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From the James Beard award-winning Milk Street team, enjoy 125 easy weeknight dinners that bring the flavors of the Mediterranean into your home—with most meals ready in under 45 minutes.
 
Mediterranean cooking is so much more than olive oil, grilled fish, and just-harvested vegetables. It is a diverse cuisine that encompasses the cultures and traditions of Southern Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. The food is direct, simple, and honest. It is proud to be served without disguise or embellishment.
 
Every Tuesday Nights recipe delivers big flavor, but the cooking is quick and easy. Each of these 125 Mediterranean dinners is ready in under 45 minutes, and many take just 20 minutes start to finish. Dishes include:
  • Green Shakshuka
  • Spicy Egyptian Eggplant with Chickpeas and Herbs
  • Bulgur Salad with Summer Vegetables and Pomegranate Molasses
  • Harissa-Spiced Pasta and Chicken with Green Beans
  • Greek Spanakorizo with Shrimp
  • Spanish Ribeye with Green Olives and White Wine.
 
The recipes are organized by how you cook, with some chapters focused on time—Fast (45 minutes), Faster (35 minutes), and Fastest (under 25 minutes)—while others dive into themes such as Hearty Vegetable Mains, Supper Soups, and Flat and Folded—including pizza, flatbreads, pita sandwiches, and panini. Many of the recipes require only one piece of cookware, and they all are built from pantry staples.
 
Dinner? Solved—every night of the week.

About the Author


Christopher Kimball's 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.  We are located at 177 Milk Street in downtown Boston, site of our editorial offices and cooking school. It also is where we record Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street television and radio shows, and is home to our online store, which curates craft food and cookware products from around the world. Visit 177milkstreet.com to shop and for more information.

Praise For…


"...a winner for weeknights."—The Daily Herald

"Here, from the busy team at Milk Street, are 125 recipes, drawn from the food cultures of Northern Africa, Southern Europe and the Levant — big on flavors, mostly short on ingredients. Divided into fast (45 minutes), faster (35 minutes or less) and fastest (under 25 minutes), the recipes deliver bold culinary strokes full of bright flavors and uncomplicated ease."—Houston Chronicle

"Just in time for the warm sunny days of Summer, a cookbook arrives with recipes that suit the seasonal fare...The sixth in the Milk Street cookbook lineup, this offering takes a deep dive into the bold, diversity of flavors of the Mediterranean, a region long known for its simple, healthful cuisine... A perfect addition to a home cook's collection, the book excels in both organization and detailed instructions that deliver on flavor and execution."

Forbes

"This book is full of great ideas for dinner, with wonderful tips and techniques to elevate your cooking skills. Take a trip to Greece, Turkey and Tunisia in your own kitchen."—Zabar's

"If there is one takeaway from this cookbook, it’s that gourmet meals don’t require gourmet effort."—Atlanta Journal Constitution

"Any cook, whether just a beginner or a confident professional, wants a collection of quick and easy dishes in their apron pocket — dishes they can count on when life is moving at full speed. Christopher Kimball’s newest cookbook, Milk Street: Tuesday Nights Mediterranean, delivers just that."—Post and Courrier


Product Details
ISBN: 9780316705998
ISBN-10: 0316705993
Publisher: Voracious
Publication Date: April 6th, 2021
Pages: 304
Language: English

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