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Mark Bittman On Vegetarian Cooking For A Green Planet

Mark Bittman's spinach gnocchi. (Matthew Mead/AP file)
Mark Bittman's spinach gnocchi. (Matthew Mead/AP file)

Renowned food writer Mark Bittman gives us his vegetarian best. Food for a green planet. He’s with us.

Plus, we’ll talk with New York City Marathon winner Shalane Flanagan. 

This show will air Wednesday at 11 a.m. EST. 

A whole lot of food-conscious Americans are working more vegetables into the diets these days.  Even meat lovers, NBA players, looking for that green way.  For a lighter feeling.  Better health.  A happier planet.  Food maven Mark Bittman loves the trend.  Big thumbs up.  And he knows people want those veggies tasty. He’s got the way.  This hour, On Point:  Mark Bittman, on how to cook everything vegetarian.  And I’ll talk with the first American woman to win the New York City Marathon in 40 years. — Tom Ashbrook


Mark Bittman, author and food columnist most recently of the 10th anniversary edition of “ How To Cook Everything Vegetarian.” ( @bittman)

From Tom’s Reading List:

Recipes from Mark Bittman:

Cauliflower salad with olives and bread crumbs:

Korean vegetable pancakes:

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