News and information about Mark Bittman on Oprah.com.
More About Mark Bittman
Japanese-Style Rice with Pork and Asparagus
Get New York Times food columnist Mark Bittman's , author of Food Matters, recipe for Japanese-Style Rice with Pork and Asparagus, an O, The Oprah Magazine online exclusive.
Oprah Radio host Dr. Mehmet Oz talks with food writer Mark Bittman about his cookbooks Kitchen Express and Food Matters. Plus, Bittman talks about portion control and about the importance of eating less meat.
Curried Chicken Stir-Fry with New Potatoes and Snow Peas
Get New York Times food columnist Mark Bittman's , author of Food Matters, recipe for Curried Chicken Stir-Fry with New Potatoes and Snow Peas, an O, The Oprah Magazine online exclusive.
Skillet Pork Chops with Apples Recipe
Mark Bittman says this method, which is essentially a quick braise, is perfect for pork chops: The browning helps the meat taste rich, while
8 Meals to Help You Chill Out After a Crazy Week
Check. Hot grill? Check. The smell of a steak lightly charring on said grill? That's what we're talking about. Mark Bittman 's "recipe" for grilling strip steak or rib eye is so simple a caveman could...oh, never mind. Get the recipe
Dr. Oz's Guide to Getting Healthy in Your 20s
chatty pair offer tips for preparing meals that won't drain your bank account. How to Cook Everything: The Basics by Mark Bittman The New York Times food columnist walks you through broiling fish, roasting chicken wings, and baking pizza, with
Joanne Chang on 5 Cookbooks Every Chef Needs
shows you the foods and how people make them—and makes you so excited to try them." How to Cook Everything by Mark Bittman "I pull this out all the time when I've gone to the supermarket or farmers' market and come home with new veggies
11 Healthy Chicken Recipes You Weren't Expecting
New Potatoes and Snow Peas Healthy Chicken Recipes - Mark Bittman - Curried Chicken Stir-Fry Curried Chicken Stir-Fry with New Potatoes and Snow Peas This dish from author Mark Bittman combines the comfort of potatoes, the warmth of spices
Mythbuster: Is Fast Food Cheaper Than a Home-Cooked Dinner?
slim. We so get it. Turns out, we are so wrong. In an Op-Ed in this Sunday’s New York Times, the food writer Mark Bittman (his How to Cook Everything is one of our go-to cookbooks) made a passionate argument against the idea. ( Read the