Mark Bittman Explains 'How To Cook Everything' : NPR
If you have a minimum of cookbooks in your pantry, Bittman's How to Cook Everything should be one of them. Besides the varied and mostly healthful recipes, they can be read for pure entertainment.
"Aside from preheating pans, Bittman says he doesn't have any golden secrets that he uses on his own dishes. 'I think the tricks that I have are not secrets at all,' he tells Fresh Air's David Bianculli. 'I think they're things that just come from really a life of cooking and become sort of second nature.'"
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