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Mark Bittman

  1. Food Politics
    Bittman Confesses to Veganism Before 6Sausage after 7.
  2. Food TV
    Bittman Slams Food TV As a ‘Charade’“I was at a taping of a ‘Food Network’ star a couple of years ago … “
  3. Food Politics
    Bittman Defends Recipe for Overfished Red SnapperIs red snapper with citrus salsa that evil?
  4. Benefeating
    Bid on BittmanThe “Minimalist” will cook dinner for six in your kitchen.
  5. Polemics
    Viva la Food Revolution?A so-called food revolution has begun, but it faces some obstacles.
  6. NewsFeed
    Mario Batali Comes Back to TV, But This Time With … Gwyneth Paltrow?Mario and Gwyneth go to Spain. Sound like a winning TV concept? Then we have the trailer for you.
  7. Mediavore
    A New Food Blog From the ‘Times’; Can Dining Alone Get You a Date?The Times has launched a new food blog called Bitten that’s being written by “Minimalist”-column writer Mark Bittman. What’s in store for readers? “We’re going to look at great food made with everyday ingredients and readily achievable techniques — as The Minimalist has been doing for a decade — not food as something to be admired from afar, but as a part of daily life.” [Bitten/NYT] Monkey Bar chef Chris Cheung thinks he deserves a little credit for making black miso cod so popular at Nobu. [Gothamist] Several changes in their dining culture have led the Vietnamese to embark on a “rodent-eating bonanza.” [WSJ]
  8. Mediavore
    Momofuku 2.0 Almost Ready; Return of Choco JesusNew and improved Momofuku Noodle Bar set to open next week. [NYT] Related: Keeping Up With the Momofukus [NYM] More Greek chefs are invading New York; “gastro-taverna” Athens Tavern opens today with a menu from top Athens chef Yianni Baxevanis. [NYT] Related: Psilakis Isn’t the Only Chef Who Knows Greek The chairwoman of the board of trustees of the James Beard Foundation resigned yesterday saying that her role as host of the PBS series Chef’s Story would make the show ineligible for awards. [NYT]
  9. Mediavore
    Bouley’s New Japanese Restaurant Off the Chain; ‘Top Chef’ ProducerThe restaurant that David Bouley plans to open next year with Japan’s largest professional cooking school will be a multilevel space featuring a robata grill, a Japanese room with Western touches, and a kaiseki dining room serving Kyoto-style seasonal tasting menus. [NYT] Related: David Bouley to Open Restaurant With Japan’s Top Cooking School Scott Bryan has left Veritas, and not for 10 Downing Street, apparently. And, in underwhelming FloFab news, Daniel Boulud still hasn’t chosen a name for his master’s burger restaurant, and Lever House’s Deborah Snyder is the new pastry chef at Alto and L’Impero. [NYT] The executive producer of Top Chef answers questions about cheftestants who hook up and challenges that didn’t make the cut. [NYDN]