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The Bittman Project

The Editors, Kate Bittman, Mark Bittman, Holly Haines, Charlie Hope-D'Anieri, Alissa Quart

A home for those who believe food is everything and should be treated that way. We celebrate the joy it brings us, but also focus on the very real challenges of making it sustainable and available for all.

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Authors

The writers behind this newsletter.

  • The Editors

    A newsletter from Mark Bittman and team of food enthusiasts. Lots of food publications embrace the pleasurable and entertaining parts of food and ignore everything else; others focus on the serious issues and ignore the joy. We do both.

  • Kate Bittman

    lucky to work with lots of talented people in food and publishing and other spaces, and always trying to write, cook, and/or craft something new.

  • Mark Bittman

    Mark Bittman has been a leading voice in food culture and policy for forty years. He has written thirty books, including How to Cook Everything and Animal, Vegetable, Junk. He is the editor-in-chief of The Bittman Project.

  • Holly Haines
  • Mark Bittman

    Mark Bittman has been a leading voice in food culture and policy for forty years. He has written thirty books, including How to Cook Everything and Animal, Vegetable, Junk. He is the editor-in-chief of The Bittman Project.

  • Charlie Hope-D'Anieri

    Based in Baltimore. Sometime food & ag reporter now full-time student of literature. Has been: copywriter, organizer, bartender, researcher, etc.

  • Alissa Quart

    ED of EHRP

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