Christopher Kimball Dishes on New Milk Street Kitchen Project

Christopher Kimball is the founder of “America’s Test Kitchen.” As host, he encouraged Americans since 2001 to take a more thoughtful approach to cooking, sharing recipes that were quite literally tried and tested.

But last year, in a move that shocked the culinary world, the bow-tied and bespectacled Kimball was fired from the show he created in what the New York Times called “a painful split” he says he didn't see coming.

Now Kimball is back with a new project and a global outlook. It's called the Milk Street Kitchen project. Kimball joins us in discussion.


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