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Old 03-16-2020, 11:04 PM   #1
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Free cooking classes from Milk Street

I got an email from Milk Street today, stating that they are making their cooking classes free, until 4-30, since they figured a lot of us will be shacked up for a while, due to this corona virus. These usually cost something, unless you are a prime member, or whatever they call it (which I'm not - just get it digital). I thought this was a nice step by them, and I thought I'd share it, in case anyone found any of them interesting.
Free Milk Street Classes until 4-30

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Old 03-17-2020, 09:57 AM   #2
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Ah, free through April 30 At first glance I thought it meant 4:30 pm, and thought how odd

I get it. I just signed up. Thanks.
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Old 06-03-2020, 12:06 AM   #3
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Two I saw today that look really good! Free for this week (starting 6-1), but I'll be making these in the summer.
Vietnamese Caramelized Chicken
Taiwanese Grilled Corn
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Two I saw today that look really good! Free for this week (starting 6-1), but I'll be making these in the summer.
Vietnamese Caramelized Chicken
Taiwanese Grilled Corn
I got the same email and saved off these recipes using CopyMeThat. I plan to try both. My routine has been to quickly look at the recipes when the email comes and if it looks appealing (most are), save them off.

I got the notice about the free cooking classes but never took advantage. Too busy with work, gardening, and TV watching.

Do you subscribe to Milk Street? I only subscribe to Cooking NYT and WaPo as I have too many books/recipes.
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Old 06-03-2020, 02:28 PM   #5
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he used to have a PBS cooking show, right? I remember liking it.
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Old 06-03-2020, 03:29 PM   #6
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He was the editor in chief of America's Test Kitchen/Cooks Illustrated/Cook's Country. He appeared on the TV shows on PBS. They parted ways a few years ago and he started Milk Street.
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he used to have a PBS cooking show, right? I remember liking it.
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Old 06-03-2020, 04:37 PM   #7
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I got the same email and saved off these recipes using CopyMeThat. I plan to try both. My routine has been to quickly look at the recipes when the email comes and if it looks appealing (most are), save them off.

I got the notice about the free cooking classes but never took advantage. Too busy with work, gardening, and TV watching.

Do you subscribe to Milk Street? I only subscribe to Cooking NYT and WaPo as I have too many books/recipes.
Yes, I subscribe to them, as I have liked their recipes, since they started.

I posted this, by accident, on this thread, which was telling people about the free classes, which they generously started offering, during this virus pandemic. It was originally to stop on 4-30, but it was extended to 5-31, so now it's over. I watched a few of them - the Instant Pot one was probably the best of them, as there were methods on there I had never seen, and would never have thought of.

The other thread I post these free recipes on, when they look appealing, in case anyone else would like to copy it. I get an email once a week, with a couple free recipes, and others that I get anyway, since I subscribe digitally. I will always have access, but I know others, that don't subscribe, might still like them!
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Old 06-16-2020, 11:16 PM   #8
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I just got an email from Milk Street saying that all of their online classes are free forever, from now on!
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I just got an email from Milk Street saying that all of their online classes are free forever, from now on!
wow, that’s great!
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