Christopher Kimball is rolling out his Milk Street branded classes and product lines to select retailers nationwide, the company announced. The launch is beginning with three independent retailers: Las Cosas, Santa Fe, NM; Cooking at the Cottage, Louisville, KY; and Port Plums, Newburyport, MA.
At each location, staff have been trained to teach the Milk Street Way — helping home cooks use Milk Street’s simple, bold recipes based on extensive travels around the world.
“We travel the world to find new ways to cook, new recipes, and also new approaches to cookware,” said Christopher Kimball, founder of Milk Street. “We hope that our partnerships with these three specialty stores is just the first step to help change the way America cooks.”
These locations are part of a growing partnership between Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street and GC Buying Group to bring cooking classes, a line of innovative kitchen products and recipes to independent cookware stores.
The line of products includes cookware, tools, gadgets, aprons, oven mitts, towels and serveware. Developed in partnership with Regal Ware, KAF Home, Kuhn Rikon and Amici, Christopher Kimball’s kitchen products are designed to be useful based on decades of cooking experience, the company said.