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20 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Bittman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Bittman, often where they are interviewed.

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20 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Bittman. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Bittman, often where they are interviewed.

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How to Eat, With Mark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz

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Forget paleo, keto, and intermittent fasting—we’re getting to the truth of how you really should be eating this week with Mark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz. Their latest book is called How to Eat: All Your Food and Diet Questions Answered, and in this episode they discuss the importance of using both science and common sense when it comes to our consumption. 

Mark is a leading voice in the food world, having written over 30 books on the topic, including the New York Times bestseller How to Cook Everything. Dr. Katz is the founding director of Yale University’s Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center, as well as the founder and president of the True Health Initiative. 

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Mar 16 2020 · 47mins
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Episode 47: Mark Bittman + Melissa Clark (November 21, 2019)

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Acclaimed food writer Mark Bittman celebrates the release of the 20th anniversary edition of his classic cookbook How To Cook Everything, in a lively conversation about America’s evolving foodways with fellow New York Times food writer Melissa Clark. (Recorded at St. Joseph’s College on October 2, 2019.)

Nov 21 2019 · 51mins
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What Makes Food Good? with Mark Bittman

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SPEAKER

Mark Bittman
Author; Editor-in-Chief, Heated; Former Columnist, The New York Times

In Conversation with Anna Lappé
Author, Diet for a Hot Planet

Elizabeth Carney
Chair, Business & Leadership Forum—Moderator

This program was recorded in front of a live audience at The Commonwealth Club of California in San Francisco on October 17th, 2019.

Oct 23 2019 ·
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Why Food Matters More Than You Think: From Plate to Planet with Mark Bittman

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Food impacts everything, which is why changing the way we eat and working towards a new food system can be so powerful and far-reaching. Cooking at home used to be the norm but it’s become the exception. Food marketing has convinced us our kitchens are holding us hostage and that true freedom is convenience, found in packaged and fast foods. In fact, 50% of meals are now eaten away from home. 

That’s why cooking at home is a revolutionary act. When we prepare our own meals, we can control what’s really going into our bodies, and we also get to buy ingredients that meet our standards and values, like humane treatment of farmworkers and animals. Today’s guest on The Doctor’s Farmacy is one of my personal mentors and idols as a leader in the food movement. Mark Bittman is the author of more than 20 acclaimed books, including the How to Cook Everything series. He was a food columnist, opinion columnist, and the lead magazine food writer at the New York Times, where he started writing in 1984 and still writes occasionally. Mark is currently a member of the faculty of Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and is writing a new cookbook called Dinner for Everyone to share how simple and delicious it can be to cook at home, no matter what your dietary preferences are.

This episode of The Doctor’s Farmacy  is brought to you by Thrive Market. Thrive Market  has made it so easy for me to stay healthy, even with my intense travel schedule. I never let myself get into a food emergency. Instead, I always carry enough food with me when I’m on the go, for at least a full day. I order real, whole foods online from Thrive Market.

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Aug 07 2019 · 1hr 2mins
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BBQ Nation Hr-2 7/20/19 - Mark Bittman

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JT has a revisit with Mark Bittman, author
Jul 21 2019 · 36mins
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Grilling with Mark Bittman + Pure, Local Ice Cream (Rebroadcast)

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Mark Bittman joins the party with tips and recipes from his cookbook, How to Grill Everything. Think: the perfect steak, a whole chicken, and veggie “stacks.” Chris Prosperi introduces us to a sparkling rose in a can (and we loved it!). Plus, Netta Hadari—a New Haven local—makes phenomenal ice cream from pure ingredients. Netta’s business, an ice cream cart (peddled around on a tricycle), is called What Is Real? Ice Cream. We’ll take a triple scoop!  

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Jun 12 2019 · 49mins
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Episode 018: Mark Bittman

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This week I talk with Mark Bittman, long-time columnist at the New York Times and author of nearly 20 books. We talk about his history as a writer, and specifically the his practice and evolution as an advocate for home cooks, as well as Heated, his new venture with Medium. This was a fun one, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. 

May 27 2019 · 55mins
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Teaching Food, Episode 7: Mark Bittman on Teaching Home Cooks

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Through his New York Times columns, his 20 cookbooks and beyond, Mark Bittman has mastered the art of meeting the "student" where we are. His novel recipe formats--from the "Recipe Matrix" to "Vegan Before 6" to the "Choose Five" approach--have made cooking less intimidating, and more creative. In the last episode of Lunch Agenda's Fall "Teaching Food" series, Bittman reflects on his work as one of America's most famous teachers of home cooking.

Oct 30 2018 · 47mins
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4: Mark Bittman

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We’ve followed the career of cookbook author and op-ed columnist Mark Bittman for nearly two decades, through his How to Cook Everything series and his writing in The New York Times and other publications. In this lively interview, Mark discusses how he started writing about food (it’s a great story), reading the comments (he doesn’t), and if the Amazon–Whole Foods hookup will end up on the right, or wrong, side of history.

We also speak with our current TASTE Cook In Residence Therese Nelson. She tells us about the website she founded, Black Culinary History, as well as the stories she’s been working on for TASTE, including one on the legacy of George Washington Carver.

Jun 19 2018 · 47mins
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Mark Bittman

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Journalist, author, environmental and nutrition advocate — none of these labels adequately captures the impact of Mark Bittman's career across 21 books, countless articles and his work on multiple television series.  The author of the now-classic guide How to Cook Everything and award-winning Food Matters has become one of the voices we turn to to help us make sense of the sometimes bewildering choices that face us in the store, in the restaurant, or in the kitchen.  And now, over an open flame:  his latest is the eye-poppingly illustrated and backyard-barbecue inspiring new book How to Grill Everything.  He joined us in the studio, to talk about the art of the grill — and how he developed his unique approach to writing about food.

May 25 2018 · 46mins
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