New York Times Food Editor Sam Sifton On OPB/NPR Here & Now discussing his new book “NO RECIPE…RECIPES.” How to Rift Without a Recipe, Having Kitchen Confidence, How To Stock Your Pantry With Essential Condiments & How To Add Big Flavor to Small Portions Sizes Now That We Seek Comfort Food More Than Ever (Braising & Stews — Yes Please)! LISTEN TO THE BROADCAST!

LISTEN HERE: https://www.npr.org/player/embed/982349334/982349345

SAM SIFTON RECIPES: https://cooking.nytimes.com/68861692-nyt-cooking/14326423-no-recipe-recipes

No Recipe, Recipes BOOK ON AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/York-Times-Cooking-No-Recipe-Recipes/dp/1984858475

New York Times food editor SAM SIFTON makes an appeal for making meals to share with family and friends in his latest cookbook, See You on Sunday. Sifton, who is also the founding editor of NYT Cooking, joins us to talk about the importance of the meal as ritual and the fellowship that comes when groups sit down together to eat. One of Sifton’s key principles around cooking communal meals is to keep things simple. We’ll talk about his “theory of dinner,” get some cooking tips and hear about some of his favorite Sunday recipes, like Trini-Chinese Chicken, Barbecued Brisket, Good Meat Loaf and Clam Chowder.”

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