Melissa Clark

New York Times Contributor

Melissa Clark appears in the following:

Chili Recipes to Keep You Warm in Winter

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

As the winter months approach, we take a moment to explore the warm comfort of chili and the many incarnations it can take. We talk all things con carne (and a few con...

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Fall Baking as Summer Recedes

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

As the weather starts to cool, but summer's harvest is still available, New York Times food writer Melissa Clark has been inspired to bake. But she hasn't been baking sweets — there ...


You Say Tomato; We Say Plum...

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

August is typically the month where tomato enthusiasts can count on an abundance of their beloved juicy, red gems. This year, however, a "late blight" is devastating tomato crops acro...

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It's Prime! Cheap Steak Sweepstakes

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

The recession could have a silver lining for meat eaters: cheaper steak. USDA prime beef is no longer reserved for high-end steak houses. The economic downturn and surplus of choice b...

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Reincarnating Dinner: The Art and Etiquette of Leftovers

Wednesday, July 08, 2009

You're staring into the refrigerator, wondering what to serve for dinner, and you see it: leftover meatloaf. Can you proudly offer your guests meatloaf sandwiches? Or do you need to k...


Fresh From the Farmers' Market

Wednesday, July 01, 2009

As summer hits its stride, the nation’s farmer’s markets are filling up with fresh-from-the-farm produce. Peaches, blueberries, beets, lettuce, and okra are all in season. New York Ti...


Cooking in a Small Kitchen with Melissa Clark

Monday, June 22, 2009

For Part III of our Food in the City series, we’ll be discussing the tricks of cooking in a small kitchen, with food writer Melissa Clark, a frequent contributor to the Wednesday food section of The New York Times and
Watch a video of Melissa ...

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Dining 'Al Desko'

Monday, May 11, 2009

It's a recipe for frustration. In tough economic times, many people are working too hard to take off for an hour-long lunch. And who wants to leave your desk empty when the threat...

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"How to Cook a Wolf" during an economic crisis

Friday, March 20, 2009

Trouble viewing this video? Check out the YouTube version. In 1942, in the middle of World War II and at the start of food rationing, the writer MFK Fisher published How to Cook...
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Who's afraid of the big bad wolf?: Cooking lessons from MFK Fisher

Friday, March 20, 2009

Trouble viewing this video? Check out the YouTube version. In 1942, in the middle of World War II and at the start of food rationing, the writer MFK Fisher published How to Cook...


Lunch of Lincoln

Monday, January 19, 2009

President-elect Barack Obama has taken care to draw parallels between himself and Abraham Lincoln. From appointing a “team of rivals” to choosing to share the same bible for his presi...


Hanukkah foods with Melissa Clark

Monday, December 22, 2008

Sundown on Sunday marked the beginning of Hanukkah, a holiday ripe with culture, heritage, family, and, of course, food. Joining us to explain where to get the best tasting gelt and t...

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Lobster: The new bargain cuisine?

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

In times of economic crisis, rice and beans seem to be the most appropriate menu item, so what is Melissa Clark doing cooking up lobster?

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Thanksgiving Leftovers 101

Friday, November 28, 2008

New York Times food writer Melissa Clark joins the Takeaway with creative hints for using (and re-using) your Thanksgiving leftovers. "Don't put your pies in the fridge. They'...

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Thanksgiving tip: Bake early

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Recipe: Anadama Bread ( Recipe: Cranberry Parker House Rolls ( Recipe: Salami and Scallion Biscuits ( Reci...

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