'How To Cook Everything Fast,' By the Numbers
Here's the lowdown on Mark's brand new, completely revised and updated cookbook
Cooking fast doesn’t mean compromising on quality or resorting to packaged shortcuts. In the second edition of How to Cook Everything Fast, Mark Bittman and Kerri Conan have added variations, tips, quick side dishes, and make-ahead components for an easy-to-follow collection to help you in becoming a faster — and better — cook.
In this audio clip Mark talks with Melissa and Kerri about the book, which is being released today.
We've gathered some facts and figures about what to expect.
The minutes it takes to prep and cook the recipes. (Some take even less!)
All-new photos — so mouth-watering you won't know what to make first.
Total count of recipes and variations, now with tons of vegetarian and vegan options.
Percentage of recipes and variations that are new since the 2014 edition.
Total stars out of five given by Amazon reviewers on the first edition.
Main recipes and variations in the all-new "Components and Sides" chapter. This includes make-ahead building blocks like simply-cooked roasts, beans, and grains that take longer to cook but make other recipes easier—and better.
Possible fast desserts. No judgment. Just saying.
Next week, we’ll have a How to Cook Everything Fast giveaway for members. Stay tuned!