Mark Bittman writes The Minimalist column for the New York Times. He is also one of America's best selling cookbook authors. Among his many books, "How to Cook Everything" won a James Beard Award and spent a record 130 weeks on the LA Times Cookbook Hot List. In his PBS series of the same name, he puts his home cooking up against the best-known chefs in the country. His new book goes by the humble title of "The Best Recipes in the World." He likes things simple and straightforward. "The key to enjoying cooking is embracing simplicity." He has cooked alongside some of the best chef's in the world. The results are intriguing. His cookbooks are designed for the home cook and home kitchen.
Podcast Date: 10/13/2005