Award-winning cookbook author and popular New York Times columnist Mark Bittman offers 404 quick, easy seasonal recipes, now in paperback.
- A celebrated author with a huge following: The author of the bestselling Food Matters and How to Cook Everything Mark Bittman is known across the country as “The Minimalist.” His more than 2 million readers eagerly follow his weekly recipes and instructional online videos from The New York Times. His popular thirteen-part PBS series was named the Best National Cooking Series of 2005 by the prestigious James Beard Foundation.
- An easy, breezy read for busy cooks: Mark Bittman’s Kitchen Express gives readers 101 quick recipes for each season, all of which can be prepared in ten minutes or less. For people who like to eat well without the fuss, Mark Bittman offers his trademark pared-down elegance and contemporary style. Like his New York Times column, each recipe is presented with just a sentence or two and requires but a few ingredients. From seafood to pasta dishes, vegetarian specialties and desserts, Bittman covers every flavor for every season.
- Emphasizes the importance of seasonal eating: With concerns about the environment, today more than ever, Americans are keen on cooking and eating seasonally (and locally). Each of the 404 recipes in this book make it easy for readers to choose meals made from fresh foods produced on local farms.