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Tuesday, November 26, 2002

New York Times food writer and Chef Mark Bittman takes a simple approach to our culinary quandaries. He shares his recipes and holiday cooking tips, The Minimalist Cooks At Home. Eric Ripert, chef and part owner of New York's Le Bernadin, searches for his culinary roots, A Return to Cooking. And John D. Freyer explains why he sold all of his personal belongings on ebay, All My Life For Sale.

Chef Mark Bittman

New York Times food writer and Chef Mark Bittman takes a simple approach to our culinary quandaries. He shares his recipes and holiday cooking tips, The Minimalist Cooks At Home: Recipes That Give You More Flavor from Fewer Ingredients in Less Time. Read an excerpt in the Reading ...

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Eric Ripert

Eric Ripert, chef and part owner of New York's Le Bernadin, searches for his culinary roots, A Return to Cooking: The Chef, the Cook and the Artist. Read an excerpt in the Reading Room.

Music:: The Little Thief Soundtrack composer Alain Jomy tracks 6, 7

Eric Ripert will ...

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John D. Freyer

John D. Freyer explains why he sold all of his personal belongings on ebay, All My Life For Sale.

Music:: Raymond Scott The Chesterfield Arrangements 1937-38 The Metropole Orchestra featuring the Beau Hunks Saxette track 7

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Mark Bittman’s Minimalist Thanksgiving Tips

 

Minimalist Turkey (Fastest Bread Stuffing)
Time: 2 hours and 30 minutes
Makes: At least servings (with leftovers)
Wine: Serve with a fruity wine, like Reisling, Chenin Blanc or Gewurztraminer, or a light red like Beaujolais
Ingredients:
12-pound turkey
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