Every Minimalist Column in History!

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Want to read every single Minimalist column of all-time? Of course you do. September 17, 1997 to January 26, 2011. Have at it.

Posted in Mark Bittman Books

12 Comments

  1. craftycookblog said...

    So sad the Minimalist is ending, but your recipes will live on. No-knead Bread: Revolutionary! Venetian Rib Eye Steaks: mmm. Thanks, Mark.

  2. Julie Golick said...

    My God, that’s a lot of columns!

  3. Mark Younger said...

    It was a great 13 years. I can’t wait to see the next evolution. But I have to ask. Does this mean that we won’t be getting the short cooking videos anymore. That would be terrible.

  4. just1nbruce said...

    Mark, your ability to make cooking accesible, fun and easy has had a small but important impact on my everyday life. Making pizza (and calzones) from scratch, never buying bread thanks to Jim Lahey, roasting beets, the "almost" all veggie fritattas, thanks for everything!

  5. WillPriceNYC said...

    well there goes my thought if you were planning on revising your Minimalist Book to include all of your recipes….

  6. nfchu said...

    The news that your Minimalist feature is ending made me as sad as the news of Gourmet’s demise–in other words: very sad.

  7. Mary Brown said...

    I think I’m in denial. I can’t seem to wrap my arms around the thought that you are not going to be easy to find every week…

  8. Trish Hummer said...

    Thanks for posting them all. it will help us all as we go through Bittman withdrawal.

  9. Lalo Perez-Varona said...

    Hello Mark,As I read your futuristic food manifesto I find truth in much of what you say, but there is something that truly strikes a sentiment. Recently I moved to Boulder, CO in search of developing my passions: cooking & teaching. The first few months were very enjoyable to say the least, but also very alarming. It was flabbergasting to see how the generation that will continue to make the change happen was fed. It is my opinion that before education, before anything really, comes nurture, and direct nurture comes from food. When I say food I do not mean anything you can eat and hopefully digest. I mean foods that are healthfully prepared and an awareness for its effects on your body and your well being. Not long into my stay in this beautiful town, a German friend of mine and myself started what has been the most beautiful experience I have encountered. The Stained Tablecloth strives to provide healthful well cooked food to whoever is willing to participate, along with an education of the path of food, the craft of cooking, and nutrition. It also has become a space where the community is invited to develop and expose their passions. A space in which virtually anything that anybody is passionate about can be shared, experienced, taught, and learned by anybody willing to participate; a non-eclusive co-op. I write to you because after reading your post I thought you’d like to know that some of your writing is already happening. As we grow in supporters and sponsors it is important to maintain our goals in clear standing. I invite you to check out our website (stainedtablecloth.shutterfly.com) and someday eat, share, cook, teach, learn, and enjoy at the Stained Tablecloth.Knowing I will be hearing from you soon I offer an Until Soon,Lalo.p.s. I took a break from writing to compose this email. I am writing a Children’s Cookbook that doesn’t rely on recipes. A book aimed at helping educational institutions on teaching the craft of cooking to the people who will soon govern our world, children. A new form of home ec? I think so.

  10. Jane Zimmerman said...

    Chicken cobbler forever! Thanks for creating this link, Mark. Our family LOVES you!!!

  11. vadoug said...

    Unforch., there’s no link for "Single-Page View." Makes it kinda hard to download them all en masse.

  12. piggledy said...

    Thank you for this link. We’ve decided we’re going to work our way through the 25, then try some of your others. I’ve always loved your recipes, and own about 4 of your cookbooks – the Stir Fried Chicken with Ketchup Sauce, by the way, was Valentines dinner – just excellent! We will miss your column, terribly, but are grateful for the link to the old columns. We will enjoy exploring them! Now, we can’t wait to see what you do next! piggledy & mr. bunny

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