Why Bother?

(New York Times)

“Cooking changes lives in ways that eating never approaches. Cooking makes you care about nourishment, family meals, nutrition, pleasure, relaxation, skills, control, health, the environment, culture and the earth. And its leads your kids to care about these things too.”

 —Mark Bittman, The New York Times

(New York Times)

This week’s Times Sunday Magazine focuses on cooking and food issues, with some excellent answers to questions you didn’t even know you had  (like “Why does a sandwich taste better when someone else makes it?” ), Bittman’s answer to a stress-free dinner party, and the question, “If you could only have one cookbook, what would it be?”

Check it out. Discuss.


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