The new cookbook Mark Bittman fans have been waiting for--more than 500 delicious recipes that save the planet and your health, inspired by the New York Times bestseller Food Matters.
- A popular, well-connected author: Mark Bittman is known across the nation both as the New York Times columnist for “The Minimalist” and the author of the classic, bestselling How to Cook Everything. A regular on NBC’s Today show and NPR’s All Things Considered, Bittman has been profiled in newspapers and magazines, including Food & Wine, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, and more.
- A timely subject: Bittman sounded the alarm about the link between our environment and our eating habits. Readers concerned about both the climate and their health found his case for eating less meat and processed food compelling, and The Food Matters Cookbook continues the conversation with pragmatic advice and instruction on how to integrate Food Matters eating into your daily life.
- Fresh, fast new recipes: Bittman offers more than 500 new recipes, including: Whole Cauliflower with Sausage, Chili-Rubbed Pork with Warm Pickled Vegetables, Crisp-Crusted Portobello with Lemon Chutney, and Vegetable Fried Noodles. Tips for stocking your pantry, along with an extensive selection of make-ahead meals and dishes that can be prepared in thirty minutes or less, make it easy to change the way you cook and eat.