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Dinner for Everyone: 100 Iconic Dishes Made 3 Ways--Easy, Vegan, or Perfect for Company

Using the book

Each dinner category offers three different recipes: Easy dishes that can be executed on rushed weekdays; Vegan meals for your good health and that of the planet; And ambitious All Out kitchen projects for leisurely weekends or special occasions.

The Easy Recipes

These recipes are exponentially simpler than the touchstones they celebrate. Many take 30-minutes or less to cook. They also minimize cleanup with as few bowls, pans, and utensils as possible.

The Vegan Recipes

We know that eating more fruits and vegetables and less junk and animal products is the way toward optimal health. Though the connection between the vegan recipe and the dish that inspired it might not be immediately obvious, the flavor essence and satisfying elements of the original hide in plain sight.

The All Out Recipes

Dinner can be blissful when you have time, inspiration, and excellent ingredients. While weeknight cooking sometimes seems like a race for survival, All Out cooking is for pleasure, which often means food to share with others. These are the you-got-to-try-at-least-once versions of fantastic, even mind-blowing dishes.

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The first major new work from the man who taught America How to Cook Everything is truly the one book a cook needs for a perfect dinner--easy, fancy, or meatless, as the occasion requires.

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY LIBRARY JOURNAL

Mark Bittman is revered for his simple, straightforward, and flexible approach to everyday cooking. In Dinner for Everyone, he shares 100 essential main dishes, each with easy, vegan, and all-out recipes as the mood or occasion requires. These 300 all-new recipes, accompanied by more than 100 full-color photographs, form a diverse collection that includes quick meals for busy weeknights (hearty soups, tacos, and one-pot pastas), creative plant-based fare that will please both vegans and non-vegans alike (lemon polenta with mushroom ragu, pomegranate-glazed eggplant, or cauliflower tinga tacos), and impressive dishes perfect for entertaining (handmade noodles and even your Thanksgiving centerpiece). Whatever the experience level, craving, or time constraint, home cooks will find exactly what they need to prepare all their favorites with confidence and enthusiasm. Rooted in Mark''s philosophy of using efficient cooking techniques, fresh ingredients, and basic equipment--and written in his signature to-the-point style-- Dinner for Everyone is a one-stop, indispensable reference for life''s ultimate question: What''s for dinner?

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Notable Press & Accolades:

Best Books of the Month (Cookbooks, Food, and Wine) –Amazon

40 New Cookbooks to Buy This Spring –Epicurious

2018 Holiday Gift Guide: Cookbooks and Foodie Gifts –How Sweet Eats


Praise for Dinner for Everyone:

"With a thoughtful and global range of recipes and clear instructions using easily available ingredients, this cleverly conceived cookbook is a winner for all types of cooks, especially those wishing to enhance their skills." Library Journal, starred review

“Diverse in scope and succinct in style, three times is a charm in Bittman’s latest, whether cooking for guests or for oneself.” Publishers Weekly nonfiction book review

“Within these lushly photographed pages, Bittman includes creative take-offs on classics from around the globe, from paella to pizza to Thai curry…It’s all about options, and you’ll find an abundance in this easy-to-use volume you’ll likely want to keep in easy reach at all times. ” –Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“A new book from the indefatigable champion of home cooking offers dinner recipes three ways so everybody eats well.” Salon

Dinner for Everyone may be more useful than the most useful cookbook of all time (which Mark Bittman also wrote)…I can objectively say this is the only cookbook I’ve used that addressed the question I want answered the most when I begin the often-super-long process of making a meal (committing to meal, shopping, making, serving, eating):  Can you just tell me what to make for these people?!”  Men’s Health

 “Mark Bittman is taking a new approach to dinner to give you more flexibility in the kitchen.” –The Today Show


“Breathing new life into dinnertime standbys isn’t easy…[but in] his latest cookbook, Dinner for Everyone…former New York Times food writer Mark Bittman takes 100 iconic meals, and recreates them in three new ways.” The Oregonian

“Mark Bittman’s new cookbook Dinner for Everyone takes a fresh look at the biggest meal of the day” The Houston Chronicle

“What’s for dinner? Depends—but Mark Bittman’s new cookbook covers just about all the bases…His cookbook is a tribute to that time-honored pleasure of home cooking, but one that also addresses modern-day changes and challenges. ” –The Epoch Times

 “Ah, Mark Bittman. It’s so good to see you again! Love how you’re able to seamlessly crank out a cookbook that’s applicable to literally every skill level of home cook out there. Love it!” –Delish

 “ Dinner For Everyone is hugely useful for vegans and flexitarians alike. The gorgeous collection of recipes can all be made in three styles: easy, vegan or perfect for company. Genius!” –The Chalkboard

 “Without sacrificing flavor or cuisine, Bittman offers three suggested recipes for 100 dinner concepts…By re-thinking classic favorites—like BLTs, meatloaf and coq au vin—Bittman shows that eating meat-free is possible, and often easy, even with your most beloved dishes.” –FoodPrint

“Prepare yourself for 300 exciting answers to the ever-burning question, ‘What’s for dinner?’” –Brit & Co

“Featuring 300 delicious dishes, this book is essential reading for home cooks who need to get dinner on the table—for everyone.” –House & Home

“Dinner on the table has suddenly become really easy.” The Joan Hamburg Show

"As a fan of  How To Cook Everything, I’m here to proclaim that  Dinner For Everyone is even more of a must-have (a force-have?), especially for cooks just getting started in their kitchens...[It''s] genius." —The Takeout
 

"Mark Bittman [is] everyone’s ethical food hero." — Wired

About the Author

Mark Bittman is the author of more than 20 acclaimed books, including the How to Cook Everything series. He was a food columnist, opinion columnist, and the lead magazine food writer at the New York Times, where he started writing in 1984 and still writes occasionally.
 
Bittman has starred in four television series, including Showtime’s Emmy-winning Years of Living Dangerously. He has written for countless publications, has spoken at dozens of universities and conferences, and made hundreds of television, radio, and podcast appearances. His 2007 TED talk has more than four million views.
 
He was a distinguished fellow at the University of California (Berkeley) and a fellow at the Union of Concerned Scientists. He is currently a member of the faculty of Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, and is writing a book about understanding food, as well as producing a podcast and newsletter. You can find Mark at www.markbittman.com, on Twitter @bittman, Facebook @markbittman, and Instagram @markbittman.

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Introduction

“What’s for dinner?” is a daily, inevitable question. Depending on the rhythms of your life, you may either embrace the response as an invitation to cook, dodge it and head to the nearest restaurant, or pick up the phone or go online for delivery. Even though we know that preparing the evening meal is one of the most rewarding and nurturing of all the human rituals, deciding what to eat and how to pull it together remains a modern-day challenge. 

I want cooking dinner at home to make you happy. For encouragement and inspiration on even the toughest days, here are foolproof recipes that let you choose from Easy, Vegan, and All Out—“perfect for company”—versions of all your favorite dishes.

Experienced cooks can dig right in and explore the all-new ways to interpret old standbys. Those of you who are new to the dinner game might try cooking one or two Easy and Vegan recipes a week and build from there. Your skills will improve, you’ll learn about new ingredients and seasonings, and the process of shopping and preparation will become more streamlined; actually, making dinner will help you feel comfortable in the kitchen way faster than could any television show, and—sooner than you might think—you’ll be making yourself and those around you happy almost every night.

I’d suggest that you start by expanding your definition of “dinner.” You can certainly build the evening meal around a large portion of well-sauced animal protein, then surround it with multiple starches and vegetables. Or not! These days, it makes way more sense to define dinner in terms of your cravings and situations, even if that means soup, or a simple bowl of noodles, or breakfast food, or a pot of beans and some bread; there should also be room at the table for all-vegetable entrees and hearty salads. You can always make something ahead of time and pull it from the freezer when you need a break. Whether your desires on any given night run to simply cooked stir-fries or burgers, or you’re ready to commit to projects like big-deal roasts, and enchiladas or fresh pasta, there are many ways we can rethink how we prepare and eat them. That’s why I’m offering a spectrum of options here.

I also take advantage—you should too—of the wide range of cuisines, techniques, and ingredients now available everywhere. Our appetites are more diverse than ever before; once-unfamiliar foods have become commonplace. These recipes capture the excitement of eating and cooking today by updating these 100 Dinners in ways that are both fresh and familiar.   

Each Dinner category offers three different recipes: Easy dishes that can be executed on rushed weekdays; Vegan meals for your good health and that of the planet (which are, for the most part, also on the quick-and-easy side); and ambitious All Out kitchen projects for leisurely weekends or special occasions. Dinner for Everyone answers nearly every craving, mood, and constraint. With gorgeous photographs for each meal and a simple and intuitive organization, you’ll find just the right recipe—even if it wasn’t the thing you had in mind when you started turning the pages.


Using the Book

To choose the 100 Dinners that made the cut, I turned to classics screaming for an update (the Italian hunter’s stew known as Cacciatore or the 1960s favorite skillet meal, Beef Stroganoff), popular dishes from around the world (Ma Po Tofu and Moussaka), and specialty techniques (like jerk or en papillote—dubbed The Big Reveal). Some are broad archetypes (Pasta with Vegetables, Chowder) and many are American standards (Casseroles, Caesar Salad, Macaroni and Cheese). You’ll recognize all of them—either by photo or name—with many recipes that still closely follow the classic. And since each bundle offers three unique interpretations, along the way you’re in for lots of pleasant surprises.

The Easy Recipes

I’ve heard the same concerns from home cooks everywhere, and forever: “Cooking during the week has got to be easy or I just won’t do it.” And my rallying cry has always remained the same: Cook as often as you can, make dinner as simple as you need to, and don’t try to mimic restaurant food, since your meals are going to be better than most of what you end up eating out anyway.   

The Easy recipes are always the first to appear in each group and are exponentially simpler than the touchstones they celebrate. Many take 30 minutes or less to cook. But since that parameter runs the risk of limiting your options to stir-fries and broiling, I’ve included many hands-off simmering or roasting recipes that may require a little longer to cook, but free you to do something else while the heat does its thing, like make sides, help the kids with homework, or watch TV. Those are “easy” in a different way.   

There are shortcuts here to be sure—that’s the only way you could ever hope to enjoy the taste of homemade tamales, beef stew, or pot pie on a weeknight—but you’ll always be cooking from scratch. These recipes also minimize cleanup with as few bowls, pans, and utensils as possible, streamlined ingredients to minimize prep and waste, and the most expedient techniques imaginable.

The Vegan Recipes

Diet and nutrition are not as complicated as they’re made out to be: We know that eating more fruits and vegetables and less junk food and animal products is the way toward optimal health, and eating vegan on a part-time basis—a concept I’ve been advancing for more than a decade—accomplishes all of this. Once part-time veganism was a radical notion; now it’s everywhere. And despite the trendiness, fruits and vegetables will always be healthy. So why not cook vegan food more often?

Interpreting nonvegan dishes poses interesting challenges, because there’s usually more to a superior vegan dish than exchanging a slab of meat for a slab of tofu or simply removing the cheese. To replace the meat and dairy and feel satisfied, you often need a mix of grains, vegetables, and beans—foods that require trimming, chopping, complex seasoning, or simmering, and which may also require a bit more time. But you can speed things up by working ahead: making big batches of grains and beans on the weekends, for example, so they’re always ready to go. The recipes reveal dozens of tricks that will help ease you both into vegan cooking and into fast-cooking strategies.   

Though the connection between the vegan recipe and the dish that inspired it (Chicken Salad or Chop House, for example) might not be immediately obvious, the flavor essence and satisfying elements of the original hide in plain sight. Sometimes I capture the same technique, sometimes the seasonings, sometimes a key ingredient, often a combination of all of these. In any case, I hope you agree these are among the most creative, dependable, and accessible vegan recipes anywhere, without a slice of fake meat or soy cheese in sight.

The All Out Recipes

Dinner can be downright blissful when you have time, inspiration, and excellent ingredients. While weeknight cooking can sometimes seem like a race for survival, what I call All Out cooking is for pleasure, which often means preparing food to share with others. And in the name of celebration, you can show off a bit and serve something impressive.   

These are you’ve-got-to-try-at-least-once versions of fantastic, even mind-blowing dishes; often they’re the archetype. Going through the steps might remind you of the person who taught you to cook, lovingly and with care. Sometimes—as with Duck Confit—the process is quite simple and only requires patience. Occasionally—for, say, the Thanksgiving turkey, your elaborate whole-bird, stuffing-and-gravy affair or a traditional French Bistro Cassoulet—making the components is complicated, but the meal is totally relatable. In all cases, it’s comforting to know that the “ultimate” version is also the original, a throwback to when we had more time to transform simple ingredients into something special.   

This level of cooking is both educational (you’ll learn new techniques) and aspirational (“I always wanted to make that”). See what sounds good based on season, event, and—most important—your mood and desires. Maybe you want to challenge yourself and start on a path that builds the confidence to push more and get even more proficient. Perhaps a friend made a request for a celebration. Or you want a meal that’s perfect for company. Sometimes you’ll simply respond to a craving and set aside time for a project. These recipes are for all those occasions.

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Linda SJ
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Don’t buy Kindle version!
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2019
Content of this book might be great. But if you are going to buy, get the hard copy. Kindle is virtually impossible to use. Every page is a line item in the Table of Contents. All 423 pages!! You cannot find Anything!
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Suzanne Williams
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Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2019
I love Mark Bittman''s two cookbooks "How to Cook Everyting" and "Hot to Cook Everything Fast." Last summer I enjoyed "How to Grill Everythhing." Sadly, "Dinner for Everyone" is a disappointment mainly because so many, a preponderance, of the recipes call for ingredients... See more
I love Mark Bittman''s two cookbooks "How to Cook Everyting" and "Hot to Cook Everything Fast." Last summer I enjoyed "How to Grill Everythhing." Sadly, "Dinner for Everyone" is a disappointment mainly because so many, a preponderance, of the recipes call for ingredients not readily available to me. If I lived in an urban area where there are Asian, Hispanic, Middle Eastern markets this would not be an issue. However, I live in a rural area where cilantro and Mexican hot chilies are as exotic as grocery stores get. So I am disappointed. For cooks who don''t have access to Thai chilies or fancy cheeses, skip this cookbook. Grab an Ina Garten instead. If you need a good cooking idea or reference book, though, I highly recommend "How to Cook Everything."
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Valley girl
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Why do I feel as if chili peppers are permeating the author''s brain.
Reviewed in the United States on March 3, 2019
I really do like Mark Bittman, I really do not care for this book. If one wants to be a flexitarian and this was the one book that person chose to buy, that person would come away with the distinct impression that spicy food is the answer to the vegan question. Nice... See more
I really do like Mark Bittman, I really do not care for this book. If one wants to be a flexitarian and this was the one book that person chose to buy, that person would come away with the distinct impression that spicy food is the answer to the vegan question. Nice thought and if a member of the cook''s household has a sensitivity to capsicum family, the cook is at a loss, there has to be more than one way to present a vegan meal.
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Buy the kindle version - okay on my kindle, computer, and iPad
Reviewed in the United States on February 14, 2019
I wanted to wait until this book came out to purchase it, as I enjoy the "look inside" feature. I was instantly hooked! There are so many recipes I want to try, from Mixed Mushroom Pho (veg) to Moroccan-Spiced Chicken and Carrots and Olives and Macaroni and Cheese in a... See more
I wanted to wait until this book came out to purchase it, as I enjoy the "look inside" feature. I was instantly hooked! There are so many recipes I want to try, from Mixed Mushroom Pho (veg) to Moroccan-Spiced Chicken and Carrots and Olives and Macaroni and Cheese in a Pot (easy) to Stewed Lamb Moussaka (all out). Yes, I have to scroll through the table of contents to find everything but I love reading cookbooks anyway and don''t mind reading to find the recipe I want. An index with links would be helpful, though...
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Poor editing of recipes
Reviewed in the United States on June 18, 2019
I wanted to love this book so much with its excellent arrangement and layout of recipes with attractive photos. Alas, the first one I tried was a disappointment, "Mustary Mushroom and Kale Stroganoff". First, the photo clearly did not follow the recipe to the "T". Whereas... See more
I wanted to love this book so much with its excellent arrangement and layout of recipes with attractive photos. Alas, the first one I tried was a disappointment, "Mustary Mushroom and Kale Stroganoff". First, the photo clearly did not follow the recipe to the "T". Whereas the recipe called for wide, flat whole wheat pasta, the photographed dish clearly showed regular gigli pasta. I don''t even know how one can even find whole wheat gigli in a grocery store. Secondly, if the cooking and prep time given is to believed then the editor did a horribly disservice in claiming this dish only takes 30 minutes. In addition to the cumulative printed amount of 32 minutes there is also time needed to "heat the oil", "bringing the stock to boil", "waiting for the pasta to be tender after the first 5 minutes", "processing the beans in a food processor", "stirring in the beans with the kale and adding 1/4 cup, one at a time", and "continue warming the sauce until its warmed through". None of this time is accounted. Though I''m a fast cook and like to have all my food prepared at the outset to minimize cooking time, this recipe still took me a good solid hour to prepare. In my book, that''s 100% off the mark. I hate to venture what a 2-hour recipe will actually take. By the way, this recipe was not anything I would ever offer to my friends unless they were crazy about eating kale. For me, it was an interesting vegan dish which I hope never to taste again.
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Fresh recipes for many meal planning circumstances. I think it will be a classic.
Reviewed in the United States on February 23, 2019
This is a great cookbook. Mark Bittman''s cookbooks are always about inspiring the cook to explore options and variations, and this one takes it one step farther. Each recipe is represented in three ways: quick, vegan, and more involved (he calls it "perfect for company" but... See more
This is a great cookbook. Mark Bittman''s cookbooks are always about inspiring the cook to explore options and variations, and this one takes it one step farther. Each recipe is represented in three ways: quick, vegan, and more involved (he calls it "perfect for company" but none of them are particularly daunting; they mostly just take more time). The wide variety of recipes are simple, and there''s plenty to appeal to both modern and traditional palettes. The font and layout of the book makes everything crystal clear. I have only tried a few recipes to date, but the food is amazing. I can see this book becoming a well-used addition to my shelf; I think I''ll be turning to it again and again to liven up both my daily meals and special occasions.
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Very few photos... and "Circles" TOO big on some Apps
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Very few of the recipes have photos to see what the finished dish should look like. It helps me know if I want to make it and if I made it right. Note: When reading on the Windows Kindle App, the "circles" that identify if the recipe is Easy, Vegan or For Company are... See more
Very few of the recipes have photos to see what the finished dish should look like. It helps me know if I want to make it and if I made it right.
Note: When reading on the Windows Kindle App, the "circles" that identify if the recipe is Easy, Vegan or For Company are VERY large making it very difficult to look through the table of contents... BUT, reading on a Kindle or an iOS App the circles are no larger than the font... so try a different device/app (and there is a recipe Index at the very back of the book)
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Can''t wait to get cooking!
Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2019
Just got this cookbook and can tell already I''m going to use it all the time!! Love that ALL the recipes are dinner focused (I mean, that''s all most people have time to cook these days anyway, if they even have time to do that, right?). Lots of great takes on classics -... See more
Just got this cookbook and can tell already I''m going to use it all the time!! Love that ALL the recipes are dinner focused (I mean, that''s all most people have time to cook these days anyway, if they even have time to do that, right?). Lots of great takes on classics - carbonara, scampi, gumbo, enchiladas, tamales, stroganoff - and lots of crowd pleasers. And it''s fun to have the option to either make a quick weeknight version or go for a full-on Sunday dinner version if you have the time (and enjoy cooking!). I have a TON of cookbooks and can tell in the first few read throughs if one is going to be a go-to - Dinner for Everyone definitely fits the go-to bill!
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The name Mark Bittman says it all! He is always fabulous!
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Dinner for Everyone: 100 Iconic Dishes Made 3 Ways--Easy, Vegan, or Perfect for Company

Using the book

Each dinner category offers three different recipes: Easy dishes that can be executed on rushed weekdays; Vegan meals for your good health and that of the planet; And ambitious All Out kitchen projects for leisurely weekends or special occasions.

The Easy Recipes

These recipes are exponentially simpler than the touchstones they celebrate. Many take 30-minutes or less to cook. They also minimize cleanup with as few bowls, pans, and utensils as possible.

The Vegan Recipes

We know that eating more fruits and vegetables and less junk and animal products is the way toward optimal health. Though the connection between the vegan recipe and the dish that inspired it might not be immediately obvious, the flavor essence and satisfying elements of the original hide in plain sight.

The All Out Recipes

Dinner can be blissful when you have time, inspiration, and excellent ingredients. While weeknight cooking sometimes seems like a race for survival, All Out cooking is for pleasure, which often means food to share with others. These are the you-got-to-try-at-least-once versions of fantastic, even mind-blowing dishes.

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The first major new work from the man who taught America How to Cook Everything is truly the one book a cook needs for a perfect dinner--easy, fancy, or meatless, as the occasion requires.

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY LIBRARY JOURNAL

Mark Bittman is revered for his simple, straightforward, and flexible approach to everyday cooking. In Dinner for Everyone, he shares 100 essential main dishes, each with easy, vegan, and all-out recipes as the mood or occasion requires. These 300 all-new recipes, accompanied by more than 100 full-color photographs, form a diverse collection that includes quick meals for busy weeknights (hearty soups, tacos, and one-pot pastas), creative plant-based fare that will please both vegans and non-vegans alike (lemon polenta with mushroom ragu, pomegranate-glazed eggplant, or cauliflower tinga tacos), and impressive dishes perfect for entertaining (handmade noodles and even your Thanksgiving centerpiece). Whatever the experience level, craving, or time constraint, home cooks will find exactly what they need to prepare all their favorites with confidence and enthusiasm. Rooted in Mark''s philosophy of using efficient cooking techniques, fresh ingredients, and basic equipment--and written in his signature to-the-point style-- Dinner for Everyone is a one-stop, indispensable reference for life''s ultimate question: What''s for dinner?

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Notable Press & Accolades:

Best Books of the Month (Cookbooks, Food, and Wine) –Amazon

40 New Cookbooks to Buy This Spring –Epicurious

2018 Holiday Gift Guide: Cookbooks and Foodie Gifts –How Sweet Eats


Praise for Dinner for Everyone:

"With a thoughtful and global range of recipes and clear instructions using easily available ingredients, this cleverly conceived cookbook is a winner for all types of cooks, especially those wishing to enhance their skills." Library Journal, starred review

“Diverse in scope and succinct in style, three times is a charm in Bittman’s latest, whether cooking for guests or for oneself.” Publishers Weekly nonfiction book review

“Within these lushly photographed pages, Bittman includes creative take-offs on classics from around the globe, from paella to pizza to Thai curry…It’s all about options, and you’ll find an abundance in this easy-to-use volume you’ll likely want to keep in easy reach at all times. ” –Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“A new book from the indefatigable champion of home cooking offers dinner recipes three ways so everybody eats well.” Salon

Dinner for Everyone may be more useful than the most useful cookbook of all time (which Mark Bittman also wrote)…I can objectively say this is the only cookbook I’ve used that addressed the question I want answered the most when I begin the often-super-long process of making a meal (committing to meal, shopping, making, serving, eating):  Can you just tell me what to make for these people?!”  Men’s Health

 “Mark Bittman is taking a new approach to dinner to give you more flexibility in the kitchen.” –The Today Show


“Breathing new life into dinnertime standbys isn’t easy…[but in] his latest cookbook, Dinner for Everyone…former New York Times food writer Mark Bittman takes 100 iconic meals, and recreates them in three new ways.” The Oregonian

“Mark Bittman’s new cookbook Dinner for Everyone takes a fresh look at the biggest meal of the day” The Houston Chronicle

“What’s for dinner? Depends—but Mark Bittman’s new cookbook covers just about all the bases…His cookbook is a tribute to that time-honored pleasure of home cooking, but one that also addresses modern-day changes and challenges. ” –The Epoch Times

 “Ah, Mark Bittman. It’s so good to see you again! Love how you’re able to seamlessly crank out a cookbook that’s applicable to literally every skill level of home cook out there. Love it!” –Delish

 “ Dinner For Everyone is hugely useful for vegans and flexitarians alike. The gorgeous collection of recipes can all be made in three styles: easy, vegan or perfect for company. Genius!” –The Chalkboard

 “Without sacrificing flavor or cuisine, Bittman offers three suggested recipes for 100 dinner concepts…By re-thinking classic favorites—like BLTs, meatloaf and coq au vin—Bittman shows that eating meat-free is possible, and often easy, even with your most beloved dishes.” –FoodPrint

“Prepare yourself for 300 exciting answers to the ever-burning question, ‘What’s for dinner?’” –Brit & Co

“Featuring 300 delicious dishes, this book is essential reading for home cooks who need to get dinner on the table—for everyone.” –House & Home

“Dinner on the table has suddenly become really easy.” The Joan Hamburg Show

"As a fan of  How To Cook Everything, I’m here to proclaim that  Dinner For Everyone is even more of a must-have (a force-have?), especially for cooks just getting started in their kitchens...[It''s] genius." —The Takeout
 

"Mark Bittman [is] everyone’s ethical food hero." — Wired

About the Author

Mark Bittman is the author of more than 20 acclaimed books, including the How to Cook Everything series. He was a food columnist, opinion columnist, and the lead magazine food writer at the New York Times, where he started writing in 1984 and still writes occasionally.
 
Bittman has starred in four television series, including Showtime’s Emmy-winning Years of Living Dangerously. He has written for countless publications, has spoken at dozens of universities and conferences, and made hundreds of television, radio, and podcast appearances. His 2007 TED talk has more than four million views.
 
He was a distinguished fellow at the University of California (Berkeley) and a fellow at the Union of Concerned Scientists. He is currently a member of the faculty of Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, and is writing a book about understanding food, as well as producing a podcast and newsletter. You can find Mark at www.markbittman.com, on Twitter @bittman, Facebook @markbittman, and Instagram @markbittman.

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Introduction

“What’s for dinner?” is a daily, inevitable question. Depending on the rhythms of your life, you may either embrace the response as an invitation to cook, dodge it and head to the nearest restaurant, or pick up the phone or go online for delivery. Even though we know that preparing the evening meal is one of the most rewarding and nurturing of all the human rituals, deciding what to eat and how to pull it together remains a modern-day challenge. 

I want cooking dinner at home to make you happy. For encouragement and inspiration on even the toughest days, here are foolproof recipes that let you choose from Easy, Vegan, and All Out—“perfect for company”—versions of all your favorite dishes.

Experienced cooks can dig right in and explore the all-new ways to interpret old standbys. Those of you who are new to the dinner game might try cooking one or two Easy and Vegan recipes a week and build from there. Your skills will improve, you’ll learn about new ingredients and seasonings, and the process of shopping and preparation will become more streamlined; actually, making dinner will help you feel comfortable in the kitchen way faster than could any television show, and—sooner than you might think—you’ll be making yourself and those around you happy almost every night.

I’d suggest that you start by expanding your definition of “dinner.” You can certainly build the evening meal around a large portion of well-sauced animal protein, then surround it with multiple starches and vegetables. Or not! These days, it makes way more sense to define dinner in terms of your cravings and situations, even if that means soup, or a simple bowl of noodles, or breakfast food, or a pot of beans and some bread; there should also be room at the table for all-vegetable entrees and hearty salads. You can always make something ahead of time and pull it from the freezer when you need a break. Whether your desires on any given night run to simply cooked stir-fries or burgers, or you’re ready to commit to projects like big-deal roasts, and enchiladas or fresh pasta, there are many ways we can rethink how we prepare and eat them. That’s why I’m offering a spectrum of options here.

I also take advantage—you should too—of the wide range of cuisines, techniques, and ingredients now available everywhere. Our appetites are more diverse than ever before; once-unfamiliar foods have become commonplace. These recipes capture the excitement of eating and cooking today by updating these 100 Dinners in ways that are both fresh and familiar.   

Each Dinner category offers three different recipes: Easy dishes that can be executed on rushed weekdays; Vegan meals for your good health and that of the planet (which are, for the most part, also on the quick-and-easy side); and ambitious All Out kitchen projects for leisurely weekends or special occasions. Dinner for Everyone answers nearly every craving, mood, and constraint. With gorgeous photographs for each meal and a simple and intuitive organization, you’ll find just the right recipe—even if it wasn’t the thing you had in mind when you started turning the pages.


Using the Book

To choose the 100 Dinners that made the cut, I turned to classics screaming for an update (the Italian hunter’s stew known as Cacciatore or the 1960s favorite skillet meal, Beef Stroganoff), popular dishes from around the world (Ma Po Tofu and Moussaka), and specialty techniques (like jerk or en papillote—dubbed The Big Reveal). Some are broad archetypes (Pasta with Vegetables, Chowder) and many are American standards (Casseroles, Caesar Salad, Macaroni and Cheese). You’ll recognize all of them—either by photo or name—with many recipes that still closely follow the classic. And since each bundle offers three unique interpretations, along the way you’re in for lots of pleasant surprises.

The Easy Recipes

I’ve heard the same concerns from home cooks everywhere, and forever: “Cooking during the week has got to be easy or I just won’t do it.” And my rallying cry has always remained the same: Cook as often as you can, make dinner as simple as you need to, and don’t try to mimic restaurant food, since your meals are going to be better than most of what you end up eating out anyway.   

The Easy recipes are always the first to appear in each group and are exponentially simpler than the touchstones they celebrate. Many take 30 minutes or less to cook. But since that parameter runs the risk of limiting your options to stir-fries and broiling, I’ve included many hands-off simmering or roasting recipes that may require a little longer to cook, but free you to do something else while the heat does its thing, like make sides, help the kids with homework, or watch TV. Those are “easy” in a different way.   

There are shortcuts here to be sure—that’s the only way you could ever hope to enjoy the taste of homemade tamales, beef stew, or pot pie on a weeknight—but you’ll always be cooking from scratch. These recipes also minimize cleanup with as few bowls, pans, and utensils as possible, streamlined ingredients to minimize prep and waste, and the most expedient techniques imaginable.

The Vegan Recipes

Diet and nutrition are not as complicated as they’re made out to be: We know that eating more fruits and vegetables and less junk food and animal products is the way toward optimal health, and eating vegan on a part-time basis—a concept I’ve been advancing for more than a decade—accomplishes all of this. Once part-time veganism was a radical notion; now it’s everywhere. And despite the trendiness, fruits and vegetables will always be healthy. So why not cook vegan food more often?

Interpreting nonvegan dishes poses interesting challenges, because there’s usually more to a superior vegan dish than exchanging a slab of meat for a slab of tofu or simply removing the cheese. To replace the meat and dairy and feel satisfied, you often need a mix of grains, vegetables, and beans—foods that require trimming, chopping, complex seasoning, or simmering, and which may also require a bit more time. But you can speed things up by working ahead: making big batches of grains and beans on the weekends, for example, so they’re always ready to go. The recipes reveal dozens of tricks that will help ease you both into vegan cooking and into fast-cooking strategies.   

Though the connection between the vegan recipe and the dish that inspired it (Chicken Salad or Chop House, for example) might not be immediately obvious, the flavor essence and satisfying elements of the original hide in plain sight. Sometimes I capture the same technique, sometimes the seasonings, sometimes a key ingredient, often a combination of all of these. In any case, I hope you agree these are among the most creative, dependable, and accessible vegan recipes anywhere, without a slice of fake meat or soy cheese in sight.

The All Out Recipes

Dinner can be downright blissful when you have time, inspiration, and excellent ingredients. While weeknight cooking can sometimes seem like a race for survival, what I call All Out cooking is for pleasure, which often means preparing food to share with others. And in the name of celebration, you can show off a bit and serve something impressive.   

These are you’ve-got-to-try-at-least-once versions of fantastic, even mind-blowing dishes; often they’re the archetype. Going through the steps might remind you of the person who taught you to cook, lovingly and with care. Sometimes—as with Duck Confit—the process is quite simple and only requires patience. Occasionally—for, say, the Thanksgiving turkey, your elaborate whole-bird, stuffing-and-gravy affair or a traditional French Bistro Cassoulet—making the components is complicated, but the meal is totally relatable. In all cases, it’s comforting to know that the “ultimate” version is also the original, a throwback to when we had more time to transform simple ingredients into something special.   

This level of cooking is both educational (you’ll learn new techniques) and aspirational (“I always wanted to make that”). See what sounds good based on season, event, and—most important—your mood and desires. Maybe you want to challenge yourself and start on a path that builds the confidence to push more and get even more proficient. Perhaps a friend made a request for a celebration. Or you want a meal that’s perfect for company. Sometimes you’ll simply respond to a craving and set aside time for a project. These recipes are for all those occasions.

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