Food / Nonfiction

Episode 114: Mark Bittman

bittman It is his core belief that food affects not only our personal but our political health, a principle he has expressed through cook books, cooking shows, and an op-ed column in the New York Times. During our conversation at JCC Manhattan, he cooked chili for the entire audience. Of course he didn’t. But he did speak with wit, charm and insight. Plus, music from Stephanie Jenkins on banjo and her brother, Reid, on fiddle.

  • JacquesPepin_xlg PERSON: Jacques Pépin
  • Stuytown-3 PLACE: Stuyvesant Town
  • macbook THING: his laptop
  • randy's person RANDY’S PERSON: Daniel Thompson, bagel innovator

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