Sam Sifton

New York Times Cooking
  • New York Times Cooking

  • You Don't Need a Recipe. Really, You Don't.

    Sam Sifton, founding editor of New York Times Cooking, makes cooking easy with this handy book of delicious dishes.

    Find inspiration with more than one hundred 'no-recipe recipes' - each gloriously photographed - to make with the ingredients you have on hand or could pick up on a quick trip to the shops.

    Including Taleggio Grilled Cheese with Egg and Honey, Weeknight Fried Rice, Pasta with Chickpeas and a Negroni,
    Quick Roasted Chicken with Tarragon, Teriyaki Salmon with Mixed Greens, Smashed Potatoes with Bacon, Cheese and Greens, Chicken with Caramelized Onions and Croutons and gooey Oven S'Mores.

    Enjoy relaxed cooking every day.

RELEASED 18/03/2021

Sam Sifton, assistant managing editor of The New York Times and founding editor of NYT Cooking, has inspired millions of home cooks with his informal, improvisational 'No Recipe Recipes', published in his beloved regular newsletter, 'What to Cook'. Sifton's mission is a simple one: to help more people cook without a recipe - a kitchen skill every home cook can develop, easier than you think, satisfying and fun.

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