PRX is excited to announce the launch of its latest partnership: Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio. The show forages the world to bring culinary insights and recipes to listeners, while telling interesting stories about the food we eat. It also shares simpler, more streamlined techniques for home-prepared meals.
Kimball, the popular founder of Cook’s Illustrated will co-host the show with Sara Moulton, host of public television’s Sara’s Weeknight Meals. Other regular guests include The Sporkful host Dan Pashman, New Yorker writer Adam Gopnik, Upshot writer Aaron Caroll, and Stephen Muse, an expert on the history of food and wine.
The inaugural episode, Good Morning Vietnam, drops tomorrow. It takes listeners inside a Vietnamese kitchen, exploring breakfast banh mi and the practice of kheo, or cooking with intent. The episode also covers unscrambling eggs, visiting a thriving Syrian refugee camp bakery, and rethinking nonstick pans.
In addition to listening on the radio, you can also can experience the new Milk Street via podcast and their magazine. To get a taste of what’s coming, check out the show on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Milk Street Radio will launch on the following radio stations: WHYY (Philadelphia, PA), WGBH (Boston, MA), KJZZ (Phoenix, AZ), KOSU (Oklahoma City, OK), WXXI (Rochester, NY), WKSU (Kent, OH), Prairie Public Radio (Fargo, ND), KCHO (Chico, CA) and KAXE (Grand Rapids, MN).