Posts Tagged ‘Mark Bittman’

By Suzanne Lenzer It’s been years since I’ve gone out on Valentine’s Day. The main reason being that the food always seems a bit less than fabulous on that particular night (add to that the fact being out with a bunch of other New Yorkers seems to defeat the purpose of spending an evening alone […]

Living Green? Start with a Bowl of Granola By Suzanne Lenzer Green is the new black it seems. From reusable shopping bags and compost bins to backyard vegetable gardens and electric cars, saving the planet has gone from crunchy through trendy and all the way to mainstream. Let’s hope it stays that way. The more […]

By Lauren Dickinson My predictions for the coming year… #1 Eating in: being short on cash will probably encourage a lot of people to start cooking again, which is not a bad thing- it’s a great feeling to make a nice dinner for your friends and family, and no one is going to rush you […]

By Lauren Dickinson Generally speaking, the idea of a picnic sounds romantic but the reality of preparing and packing one tends to ruin the feeling of spontaneity that ought to be the point. Now The New York Times’ Mark Bittman has published a list of “101 Picnic Dishes to Make in 20 Minutes” full of […]