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 practical take and indispensable advice on all the basics for gas and charcoal grilling, this book is a complete exploration of the grill’s endless possibilities.
The Ultimate Vegetarian Cookbook—Revised and Better Than Ever
In the most comprehensive book of its kind, Mark Bittman offers the ultimate baker’s resource.
At once inspiring, enraging, and enlightening, A Bone to Pick is an essential resource for every reader eager to understand not only the complexities inherent in the American food system, but also the many opportunities that exist to improve it.
In How to Cook Everything Fast, Mark Bittman provides a game plan for becoming a better, more intuitive cook while you wake up your weekly meal routine with 2,000 main dishes and accompaniments that are simple to make, globally inspired, and bursting with flavor.
A completely revised edition of the original How to Cook Everything, with lots of totally new material. It's big, it's red, it's the one cookbook you need
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.
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.
A four-book box set of more than 160 easy, delicious recipes from "The Minimalist" column in the New York Times. It’s the perfect gift for novice and experienced cooks alike.
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
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.
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 with recipes for how to cook each one.