Monday, November 9, 2015

Monthly Featured Chef Event: Mark Bittman


Mark Bittman, also known as The Minimalist, is a prolific cookbook author and columnist for the New York Times. He taught us "How To Cook Everything" with his pure and simple minimalistic approach. Nowadays he is teaching us about the benefits of conscious eating to improve both our own health and that of the world around us. 

Many of Bittman's recipes are a guideline, or jumping off point, giving the cook full creativity to chose from several variations and flavor profiles. In doing so, he not only teaches us how to cook; but, also how to customize our dishes and make them our own. One of the most valuable lessons in cooking.

Please make and post your Mark Bittman dish by Sunday, November 15th! Don't hesitate to tell us why you love Mark Bittman so. Feel free to share your favorite Bittman pic, Bittman quote, and/or share with us your favorite Bittman recipes. Please remember to link a thumbnail image and leave a comment after linking so we don't miss out on your dish. 
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If you missed out on our Anyway You Slice It theme last week, be sure to click on the links and check out all the dishes we shared.

9 comments:

Joyce Rachel Lee-Bates said...

I baked Mark Bittman's banana bread and because I have an avocado, I add it into the batter before baking. :D

flour.ish.en said...

I try to make something exciting with a boring ingredient: tofu.

kitchen flavours said...

A simple and tasty noodle stir-fry for lunch!

kitchen flavours said...

January themes are up already! Will be great in planning ahead, as January will be a busy month, when the new school term starts, with new schedules! Thanks!

Lydia Filgueras said...

Happy to share Bittman's Cauliflower with Olives and Breadcrumbs from Kitchen Express. I've enjoyed visiting everyone else's offerings and am excited to learn he has a new cookbook out. :)

Deb in Hawaii said...

Joyce--We thought we would try to be ahead of the game for once! ;-)

TeaLady said...

Finally cool enough to eat soup.

Deb in Hawaii said...

Very happy with Mark's Beans, Shrimp & Fennel! ;-)

Kim said...

Best Brussels sprout dish ever!