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CHRISTOPHER KIMBALL’S MILK STREET TELEVISION: All-New Italian

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Milk Street Cook Josh Mamaclay (right) shows Christopher Kimball (left) the s...

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Above: Milk Street Cook Josh Mamaclay (right) shows Christopher Kimball (left) the secret to tender and savory Roman Braised Beef with Tomato and Cloves.

This episode explores techniques that will change the way you cook Italian food at home.

We learn that you don't have to sear meat to make a flavorful stew from Milk Street Cook Josh Mamaclay, who shows us the secret to tender and savory Roman Braised Beef with Tomato and Cloves.

Photo credit: Courtesy of American Public Television

Tender and savory Roman Braised Beef with Tomato and Cloves

Then, Christopher Kimball uses a multicooker to boil pasta and make an easy sauce for Bucatini with Cherry Tomato Sauce with Fresh Sage.

Photo credit: Courtesy of American Public Television

Bucatini with Cherry Tomato Sauce with Fresh Sage

Finally, Milk Street Cook Catherine Smart teaches us how to cook potatoes like risotto with a recipe for Tuscan Braised Potatoes (Patate in Umido).

Photo credit: Courtesy of American Public Television

Tuscan Braised Potatoes (Patate in Umido)

All New Italian (Season 4, Episode 14)

This episode explores techniques that will change the way you cook Italian food at home. We learn that you don’t have to sear meat to make a flavorful stew from Milk Street Cook Josh Mamaclay, who shows us the secret to tender and savory Roman Braised Beef with Tomato and Cloves. Then, Christopher Kimball uses a multicooker to boil pasta and make an easy sauce for Bucatini with Cherry Tomato Sauce with Fresh Sage. Finally, Milk Street Cook Catherine Smart teaches us how to cook potatoes like risotto with a recipe for Tuscan Braised Potatoes (Patate in Umido).

About Season 4:

CHRISTOPHER KIMBALL'S MILK STREET TELEVISION searches the world over for techniques and ingredients that can transform the way America cooks and eats – such as a new way to use spices, a simpler way to cook chicken, a fresh combination of ingredients, or a trick that turns everyday food into something special. In season four, host Chris Kimball and his team travel to Italy, Mexico, Israel, Greece, Vietnam, India and Spain, where they meet cooks who inspire a new style of home cooking.

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CHRISTOPHER KIMBALL'S MILK STREET TELEVISION searches the world over for techniques and ingredients that can transform the way America cooks and eats – such as a new way to use spices, a simpler way to cook chicken, a fresh combination of ingredients, or a trick that turns everyday food into something special.

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