Bittman's Tiny Kitchen

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Mark Bittman's Tiny Kitchen

Photo: Kelly Doe / The New York Times

Mark Bittman writes the Minimalist column for The New York Times.  He famously has a tiny New York City apartment kitchen in which he cooks for his column.  His kitchen is about 7 feet wide and 8 feet long.  Mark says that the most important items in the kitchen are the refrigerator (not too big), the sink and the stove.  Good pots and pans are important but there are far too many gadgets out there

Mark is the author of How to Cook Everything.