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How to Eat, With Mark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz

Forget paleo, keto, and intermittent fasting—we’re getting to the truth of how you really should be eating this week with Mark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz. Their latest book is called How to Eat: All Your Food and Diet Questions Answered, and in this episode, they discuss the importance of using both science and…Read more...
Tags: Health, Diet, Lifestyle, Healthy Eating, Lifehacks, Paleo, Healthy Food, Mark Bittman, David L Katz, Intermittent Fasting, Ketogenic Diet


Every. Thing.

Books and podcasts that focus on one thing are so early-21st-century. In 2020 the way to grab eyes and ears is by promising every. damn. thing. Here’s a long list that undoubtedly doesn’t include everything. * You can read everything. The Problem with Everything: A Journey Through the New Culture Wars, by Meghan Daum (2019). I’ve been a Meghan Daum fan since she wrote for the L.A. Times; this essay collection is provocative and timely.   The Antidote for Everything, by Kimmery...
Tags: Books, Television, America, Trends, NG, Radio, New York Times, Linguistics, Pentagon, Times, Grant, Wilson, Titles, Rick Wilson, Marie Forleo, Mark Bittman


Comment on my favorite brownies by Justina

Dear Deb, 2 years ago I asked my FB friends to tell me the perfect brownie recipe. I was in search for a brownie as good as the boxed version, but not from the box. For the past couple years I have tried over 15 recipes from people.’s family recipes to Mark Bittman and epicurious’ recommendations. One of my friends had sent me your “favorite” brownie recipe at this time. But it took me this long to get to it (I have three kids, so though I cook their meals everyday, baking is a luxury I greatly ...
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Comment on roasted squash and tofu with ginger by bjs

Re: frozen tofu. Not to complicate matters, but I find frozen-then-thawed tofu to be crumbly and chewy in an odd way. However, I think frozen-then-boiled tofu is excellent – see Mark Bittman on this topic. It absorbs flavors much better than fresh tofu and has a great firm texture. I bring water to a boil, plunk the frozen tofu in, then simmer for 15 minutes. Bonus: no pressing required.
Tags: Food, Mark Bittman


Holiday Gift Guide 2019: 11 Cookbooks to Wrap and Give

Left to my own devices, I tend to have a cheese plate and wine for dinner. Even so, cookbooks line my bookshelves, and I like to get into bed and page through one at night like I would a novel. This year’s selection of cookery books, culled from the year’s best-of lists and our very own wish lists, are every bit as beautiful as they are filled with excellent recipes. There’s also a thread here we can get behind: sumptuous, good food that’s also simple and stress-free, laid-back enough for weekni...
Tags: Amazon, Books, New York Times, Gift Guides, Natalie Portman, Long Island, René Redzepi, Cookbooks, Noma, Bon Appetit, Tartine, Julie, Mark Bittman, Ina Garten, Chad Robertson, Bittman


Mark Bittman's Iconic Cookbook Reflects Sustainability, Flexibility 20 Years Later

Bittman has released a 20th-anniversary edition of his iconic cookbook — updated with a focus on flexibility and sustainability.
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Comment on raspberry crumble tart bars by Lauren W

Prunes are a terrific accompaniment to beef! Beef stew with prunes is a revelation (Mark Bittman has a classic version; I make one with prunes and beer, usually Guinness for St. Patty’s day). Thanks Deb for sharing the link, I’ve bookmarked several of Reichl’s favorites! Can’t wait to make these bars, and the meatloaf; I also saved the manicotti, spaghetti and meatballs (with lemon zest? intriguing…) and the bacon cheddar toasts.
Tags: Food, Deb, Mark Bittman, Reichl, St Patty, Lauren W


How to be a better cook, according to Mark Bittman

There's a natural progression that has to take place.
Tags: Living, News, Mark Bittman


A Week In Boston, MA, On A $67,000 Income

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: an editor working in medical publishing who makes $67,000 per year and spends some of her money this week on a burger.Occupation: EditorIndustry: Medical PublishingAge: 28Location: Boston, MASalary: $48,000 plus an annual bonus, which has typically be...
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Food writer Mark Bittman "has bounced around since leaving The Times."

"He spent less than a year at Purple Carrot, a vegan meal-kit start-up. He wrote a column for New York Magazine and Grub Street. He started a newsletter. He posted recipes on his personal website. All along, he said, he had the idea of creating his own publication.... Salty, which is making its debut on Tuesday, will comprise recipes, stories related to food and more. 'There’s a large part of me that wants people to be interested in food agriculture, or policy, or kids, or immigrants, or race,' ...
Tags: Food, Law, Restaurants, New York Times, Nyt, Times, New York Magazine, Jim Crow, Black, Cornell University, Charlotte, Ritz Carlton, Mark Bittman, William Barber, Purdue University, Michael Lynn


Mark Bittman Is Starting a Food Magazine at Medium

Salty will be among the new publications from the online platform led by Ev Williams, a former chief executive of Twitter.
Tags: Food, News, Ev Williams, Mark, Mark Bittman, Bittman, Computers and the Internet, Cooking and Cookbooks, Medium.com, Food Magazine


Recipe: Beef stew with Baked Potatoes is savory and easy to make

Mark Bittman writes cookbooks that showcase practicality and efficiency. Without sacrificing flavor, he channels shortcuts that yield delicious results. His latest book, “Dinner for Everyone: 100 Iconic Dishes Made 3 Ways — Easy, Vegan, or for Company” (Clarkson Potter, $40), he highlights straightforward recipes with a flexible approach to everyday cooking. He writes that his formula for Beef Stew with Baked Potatoes is streamlined for immediate gratification. Well, maybe not immediate, but thi...
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Comment on whole lemon tart by Mindy

Thank you, Deb! I love that this recipe only used 1 lemon but is still extremely lemony, and I love the ‘dumping everything into a food processor’ method of baking. It’s nowhere near as smooth as lemon curd, but I clearly didn’t want to spend my time making that, now did I? I used an unsweetened tart crust (Mark Bittman’s recipe), which was a good overall amount of sweetness (I generally find recipes overwhelmingly sweet), but it sadly shrank. Do you have an unshrinkable non-sweet tart crust rec...
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Comment on falafel by Amber

Mark Bittman has a great baked falafel recipe.
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How to Cook Everything eBook Only $2.99 (Includes 2,000 Simple Recipes)

How to Cook Everything eBook Only $2.99 (Includes 2,000 Simple Recipes) Mark Bittman’s award-winning How to Cook Everything has helped countless home cooks discover the rewards of simple cooking.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
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Shorties (A Reader's Guide to Haruki Murakami, LCD Soundsystem Covered Heaven 17, and more)

shared a reader's guide to the works of Haruki Murakami. LCD Soundsystem covered Heaven 17's (We Don't Need This) Groove Thang." 27 "best books of 2018" lists were added to Largehearted Boy's master aggregation yesterday (bringing the total to 87), including Goodreads' books of the year lists, Reader's Digest's best audiobooks, and The Week UK's best cookbooks. Noisey shared a guide to getting into the music of Brian Eno. November's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $1.99 tod...
Tags: Music, UK, Chicago, David, Steve Reich, Haruki Murakami, Vanity Fair, Los Angeles Times, Noisey, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Ben, Mark Bittman, Shondaland, Meg Baird, Granta, Kathryn Harrison


Comment on flapjacks by jhitchcox

Deb, I think you should add socca to your list of recipes with short ingredient lists. I made the Mark Bittman/NYTimes version this past weekend and it was so much more than the sum of its parts. I’m going to have it on repeat as a savory snack or appetizer for the foreseeable future. Technically it’s 7 ingredients but three of those are salt, pepper and water. Also there’s a version I saw in Bon Appétit that has an egg added to the batter, a kind of socca omelet with sautéed vegetables on top, ...
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Mark Bittman’s Kitchen Matrix: More Than 700 Simple Recipes and Techniques Kindle Edition $2.99

Mark Bittman’s Kitchen Matrix: More Than 700 Simple Recipes and Techniques Kindle Edition $2.99 Amazon has Mark Bittman’s Kitchen Matrix: More Than 700 Simple Recipes and Techniques to Mix and Match for Endless Possibilities Kindle Edition for $2.99. You can download the Kindle app for your Blackberry, iPhone, Mac, or PC here.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
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"If there’s one thing I know for sure, it’s that carbs are evil. This is probably the silliest of all the silly, pop-culture propaganda about diet and health."

"All plant foods are carbohydrate sources. Yeah, but: Carbs are evil. Everything from lentils to lollipops, pinto beans to jelly beans, tree nuts to doughnuts, is a carbohydrate source. Most plant foods are mostly carbohydrate. So if 'all carbs' are evil, then so are vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, lentils, nuts, and seeds. Sure, but, I should still avoid carbs, right? Exactly the opposite is true. You cannot have a complete or healthful diet without carbohydrate sources. Why have I be...
Tags: Health, Food, Law, Mark Bittman, David L Katz, Ann Althouse


Comment on focaccia sandwiches for a crowd by Jessica

Your list of suggested sandwich fillings reminds me of a series of lists Mark Bittman did in the NY Times a bunch of years ago…
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Grill Vegetables Before Pickling or Marinating Them

True, fermented pickles are always going to be more flavorful than quick pickles but, as Epicurious reports, Mark Bittman adds a bit of smoky depth by grilling the vegetables first.Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Vegetables, Lifehacks, Grilling, Pickles, Mark Bittman, You Can Pickle That


QUOTABLE: Saving modern agriculture

Image:  Agroecology measures its success by a yardstick that includes not only bushels and calories but by how well food nourishes people while regenerating soil and water and helping farmers make a good living.”Daniel Moss, executive director of the AgroEcology Fund, and Mark Bittman, former New York Times columnistMoss and Bittman highlight a new movement to produce food ethically and sustainably across the globe. Agroecology draws resources from surrounding ecosystems and the farm its...
Tags: Sales, New York Times, Tanzania, Ghana, Moss, Mark Bittman, Bittman, Daniel Moss, India France Los Angeles Chicago


Comment on watermelon cucumber salad by Rob Whitman

Hi Deb, About ten years ago (or more?) Mark Bittman did his watermelon and tomato salad. If by some chance you haven’t found and made it please do. I’m sure it’s online at NYT or through the archived minimalist stuff. It is seriously yummy and my kids (10 & 15) can eat it by the bucketful. Watermelon, cherry tomatoes, blue cheese, scallion, olive oil, cherry vinegar, salt. I think that’s it. Thanks for sharing so many great meals to cook and eat!
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Why Are We All Drinking Almond Milk Again?

In 1999, Hannah Spinrad was a pre-teen figure skater whose favorite pastime was ripping Got Milk? advertisements from the magazines in her Dad’s doctor’s office. She collected them all, starting with iconic figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi’s before moving on to other celebrities like Britney Spears and Joshua Jackson. “I thought of myself as an athlete, even though I wasn’t a great one,” Spinrad recalls now, with a laugh. To go with her Got Milk? obsession (by the way her Bat Mitzvah was Got Mil...
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Vegan meal kit startup Purple Carrot raises $4M from Fresh Del Monte

Purple Carrot announced this morning that it has raised $4 million in strategic funding from Fresh Del Monte Produce. The company, which delivers completely plant-based (vegan) meal kits to subscribers, was founded in 2014. It has, in part, gotten attention through celebrity involvement, first by enlisting food writer Mark Bittman as its chief innovation officer (Bittman departed in 2016), then by partnering with football star and notorious strawberry hater Tom Brady to launch TB12 meal kits. Pu...
Tags: Food, Startups, Ecommerce, Funding, Tech, Tom Brady, Mark Bittman, Bittman, Del Monte, Fresh Del Monte Produce, Purple Carrot, Andy Levitt, Fresh Del Monte


Kickstart Your Sourdough Starter With a Poolish!

I have had many friends who have made Mark Bittman and Jim Lahey's no-knead bread but have been hesitant to make the jump to a natural starter. I have met other people who have tried making their own sourdough starter unsuccessfully. Learning how to use a starter is very simple, and after many years...By: lorenzo.canlasContinue Reading » [Author: lorenzo.canlas]
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Comment on melting potatoes by Happy Foodie in Charleston

Hi Deb~ Heartfelt condolences to you and your family. I was planning to make striped bass & tomatoes in foil packets* tonight for dinner. You can imagine how thrilled I was to read the melting potatoes recipe: both need a 500 degree oven. I followed your directions explicitly using russet potatoes. I managed to set off the fire alarm during the first 15 minutes. I put the exhaust fan on “turbo” and continued after I turned the potatoes. It didn’t take long before it went off again. I added the b...
Tags: Food, Charleston, Mark Bittman, Happy Foodie, Deb ~ Heartfelt


Mark Bittman and David Katz answer every question about how to eat right

It shouldn't be this complicated for humans to figure out how to feed themselves.
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Industry Pageturners: Books Being Read By Music Business Major Players

After reaching out to numerous people in and around the music business, Glenn Peoples here shares their collective recommended reading lists, featuring a diverse selection of tomes exploring technology, entertainment, popular science, and more. ______________________ Guest post by Glenn Peoples, Music Insights and Analytics @ Pandora, of Medium Time to put your Amazon gift cards to good use. I reached out to people around the music business and asked them for titles of b...
Tags: Amazon, Spotify, Music, New York, Bruce Springsteen, Hollywood, London, Congress, White House, India, America, Netflix, Guest Post, Manchester, David Bowie, Pep Guardiola


Weekend Cooking: An End of Year List of Lists

Merry Christmas to all who celebrate. Today's post is going to be short and sweet because I'm assuming most of you are involved with last-minute holiday prep. My big plans for the day are to bake and finish wrapping the gifts. I know many families have traditions for their Christmas Eve and Christmas Day dinners. From a feast of the seven fishes to all-American turkeys to British roast goose or beef. Our only tradition is that I let Mr. BFR dictate the main course for Christmas Eve. This year h...
Tags: Books, Usa, Washington Post, Usa Today, Weekend Cooking, Bon Appetit, Mark Bittman, Linky, Beth F