Mark Bittman? Who is that?
A noted chef? A television personality? A superhero (The Amazing Bitt-Man)?
None of the above. He is a noted food journalist and author, alongside being a columnist for The New York Times. His books have won awards, but it’s 2013; the most important writing is done on Twitter. It’s time-relevant, responsive, and interactive. We’ve taken a look and compiled some of his food-related thoughts on Twitter for your perusal. Traditionally, he’s modus operandi for Twitter is to share articles he finds interesting.
‘Voluntary’ water quality measures are not working | The Des Moines Register buff.ly/10g23xl. Read the comments; heartbreaking.
— Mark Bittman (@bittman) January 21, 2013
2013 Is International Year of Quinoa. Go figure. buff.ly/VQcLsW
— Mark Bittman (@bittman) January 10, 2013
Weber Cooks – Chili & Cheese Nacho Dip: buff.ly/RK0ysT. I know I’m late to this party but if you’re even later, watch.
— Mark Bittman (@bittman) December 8, 2012
Piece questions energy efficiency of meat analogues, but hard to believe they use more water etc than beef: buff.ly/V3Den1
— Mark Bittman (@bittman) November 29, 2012
Raising minimum wage for 8 million food workers would cost the rest of us a dime a day: buff.ly/RBY9vJ
— Mark Bittman (@bittman) October 24, 2012
A quick-read nutrition label? It’s out there. buff.ly/RwfpCL
— Mark Bittman (@bittman) October 23, 2012
And my post (with pix) from same trip: 6thfloor.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/15/cal…
— Mark Bittman (@bittman) October 16, 2012
How to use a paper towel buff.ly/Ibk2NS (video; it works, and is smart … wish there were a 20 second summary)
— Mark Bittman (@bittman) September 27, 2012
Where should I take my parents to eat in Delray? NOT fancy, just good. But not 3G’s either…
— Mark Bittman (@bittman) January 26, 2013