Bittman might be the hardest-working food writer in America, between his New York Times column, his bestselling books, and his television appearances.
Michael Pollan is the author of the bestsellers Cooked and In Defense of Food, known for the credo “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”
A former restaurant critic for The New York Times, Op-ed columnist Frank Bruni is the author of the memoir Born Round.
Cooking might not bring world peace, but it comes awfully close. The award-winning author of "How to Cook Everything" explains how the simple act of cooking is better for your health, better for the economy, and better for the planet.
Time to supersize your bean burger and sweet potato fries.
At a time when resource conservation is at the forefront, the days of eating 200 pounds of meat a year may also be on the way out.
If you want tastier, safer meals, dine with animals that lived well and died happy.