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The Best American Food Writing 2023
A collection of 2023's top food writing, selected by prolific food writer and author of How to Cook Everything Mark Bittman. The Best American Food Writing 2023 includes Jaya Saxena, Ligaya Mishan, Marion Nestle, Tom Philpott, Wesley Brown, Alicia Kennedy, Caroline Hatchett, Amy Loeffler, and more.
How To Cook Everything Fast
The secret to cooking fast is cooking smart—choosing and preparing ingredients that make the most of your time in the kitchen. But “fast” doesn’t mean compromising on quality or resorting to packaged shortcuts; instead, Mark Bittman offers savvy hacks—broiling rather than baking, using less liquid for a faster boil, and taking advantage of downtime for last-minute prep. This new edition of How to Cook Everything Fast features color photos and hundreds of simple and flavorful recipes and variations to get dinner on the table in no time flat.
Bittman Bread: No-Knead Whole-Grain Baking for Every Day
This is the best bread you’ve ever had. Mark Bittman and Kerri Conan have spent years perfecting their delicious, naturally leavened, whole-grain bread. Their discovery? The simplest, most flexible way to make bread really is the best. Beginning with a no-knead loaf (that also sets you up with a sourdough starter for next time), this book features adaptable recipes for every taste—including baguettes, hearty seeded loaves, sandwich bread, soft pretzels, cinnamon rolls, focaccia, pizza, waffles, and much more.
Animal, Vegetable, Junk: A History of Food, from Sustainable to Suicidal
Animal, Vegetable, Junk tells the story of humans through the lens of food, offering a view of how the need to eat has driven human history to slavery, colonialism, famine, and genocide. It brings us to the present, in which industrial agriculture has become a public health menace that exacerbates climate change and otherwise poisons the planet. The battle isn’t lost, of course, and Bittman attempts to reveal not only how food has shaped our past, but how we can reclaim our future.
The VB6 Cookbook
In VB6, bestselling author and New York Times columnist Mark Bittman created an easy-to-follow diet plan for vegan meals for breakfast and lunch, and healthy, vegetable-forward meals for everyday. Now in this tie-in cookbook, Bittman expands on the VB6 diet with a collection of 350 new recipes to keep the diet going and to keep eating better.
How to Cook Everything—Completely Revised Twentieth Anniversary Edition: Simple Recipes for Great Food
For twenty years, Mark Bittman’s How to Cook Everything has been the definitive guide to simple home cooking. This new edition has been completely revised for today’s cooks while retaining Bittman’s trademark minimalist style—easy-to-follow recipes and variations, and tons of ideas and inspiration. Color photos now included!
How To Grill Everything
Here’s how to grill absolutely everything—from perfect steaks to cedar-plank salmon to pizza—explained in Mark Bittman’s famously straightforward style. Featuring 1,000 recipes and variations, plus Bittman’s indispensable advice on all the basics for gas and charcoal grilling, this book is a complete exploration of the grill’s endless possibilities.
How To Cook Everything Vegetarian: Completely Revised Tenth Anniversary Edition
The ultimate guide to meatless meals, completely revised to stay relevant to today's cooks, with recipes showcased in bright full-color photos throughout. With a host of recipes destined to become new favorites, this already classic vegetarian cookbook will continue to be more indispensable than ever.
How To Bake Everything: Simple Recipes for the Best Baking
New bakers will appreciate Bittman's opinionated advice on essential equipment and ingredient substitutions. The pros will find their creativity unleashed with guidance on how to adapt recipes to become vegan, incorporate new grains, or improvise tarts. Demystified, deconstructed, and debunked—baking is simpler and more flexible than you ever imagined.
The Kitchen Matrix
For years, Mark Bittman shared his formulas, recipes, and kitchen improvisations in his popular New York Times Eat column, in which an ingredient or essential technique is presented in different variations in a bold matrix. Now Bittman anthologizes his popular series in a boldly graphic cookbook that emphasizes creativity, improvisation, and simplicity as the keys to varied cooking.
Easy, sustainable weight loss that not only improves your health but can help the planet may sound too good to be true, but in his breakthrough dietary manifesto, Mark Bittman offers persuasive evidence that going vegan on even a part-time basis helps you realize all the benefits of a more stringent diet—with none of the deprivation.
The Best Recipes In The World
With his million-copy bestseller How to Cook Everything, Mark Bittman made the difficult doable. Now, in this highly ambitious, accomplished, globe-spanning work, Bittman gathers a thousand of the best recipes that people from dozens of countries around the world cook every day.
Simple to Spectacular: How to Take One Basic Recipe to Four Levels of Sophistication
What happens when a four-star chef and a culinary minimalist decide to join forces to create something different? They invent a new style that adapts to every occasion and every level of cooking expertise.
Jean-Georges: Cooking At Home with a Four-Star Chef
The cooking of Jean-Georges Vongerichten — sophisticated yet startlingly uncomplicated, hinting at French and Asian influences yet entirely original — has earned endless raves and accolades from every quarter. Here, he brings this extraordinary cuisine to the home kitchen.
Leafy Greens: An A-to-Z Guide to 30 Types of Greens Plus More Than 120 Delicious Recipes
Greens are among the healthiest and most versatile foods on the planet. This long-time favorite — which has been reissued in paperback — is a guide to 30 different kinds of greens, with recipes for how to cook each one.
The Minimalist Cooks At Home
One hundred of Mark Bittman's innovative Minimalist recipes (many never published before), right in your kitchen. But The Minimalist Cooks at Home is so much more than recipes. It features Mark's personal quick-cooking lessons, shortcuts, and ideas for variations, substitutions, and spin-offs.
The Minimalist Cooks Dinner
In this volume, Mark provides recipes for classic, versatile side dishes as well as recommendations for wine and food pairings. With a majority of its main dish recipes taking less than thirty minutes to prepare, this is truly the book every busy cook has been waiting for. Every recipe is big on flavor, drawing on the global pantry and international repertoire that sets Bittman apart.