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Food on Friday # 51

Brussels Sprouts are one of those vegetables which should be much better liked than it is ~ it’s a superfood packed with nutrients and health-giving trace elements. 376 more words


Holiday Cookbook Reviews - How to Bake Everything

I received a review copy of How to Bake Everything from Raincoast Books. Nevertheless, all opinions in the following post are my own.

Like the other books in Mark Bittman’s ‘Everything’ series, the title isn’t so much literal as it is functional. 1,680 more words


How to Cook Everything

Title: How to Cook Everything by Mark Bittman

Category: Nonficton, Cooking

Review: This is one of the best cookbooks I have ever read. It really is more than a cookbook. 173 more words


The One Thing President Obama Could Have Done to Fix Food—But Didn't - TOM PHILPOTT OCT. 21, 2016 6:00 AM

Recipe wizard Mark Bittman dishes on how the next president could overhaul the system.

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17 – Mark Bittman’s Recipe for the Next Presidency… 265 more words

Point Of Interest

Spooky Recipe - Severed (Meat) Hand

Megan of Not Martha© blog has created a macabre main dish for your Halloween party, sure to make an impact — and possibly convert folks to vegetarianism. 125 more words


Mung Beans, Rice and Tofu

I know, I know. It sounds bad. What could be worse than a steaming pot of smelly green beans, plastic tofu and overcooked rice? Where’s the meat? 231 more words


Cookbook Review: How to Bake Everything

I adore Mark Bittman. Having followed his New York Times food column for years, I have always found his evocative view of the world of food quite refreshing. 896 more words