Bruce Weinstein is the chef in the Bruce and Mark
duo. A life-long New Yorker, he wanted to leave the city–so they now live in rural New England. He can rip through Chopin Nocturnes, knits whenever he's not cooking, and is quick to ask, "Who's up for a cocktail?" He went to "Fame" for high school, took off for chef school, and put in his time at Manhattan advertising firms. He loves Modigliani, is indifferent to Picasso, and has been forced to sit through more post-modern, avant-garde music than anyone should. His patience is boundless–except when it comes to bridge.
Together, Bruce and Mark have written a shelf of cookbooks. They also pen a column called "Sundays in the Kitchen with Bruce and Mark" on weightwatchers.com. To put it bluntly, Bruce is olive oil; Mark, butter. Bruce wants a Christmas tree; Mark writes the haggadah for Passover. (It makes for interesting times.) They've contributed to most of the big food magazines and have been guests on many of the national morning shows.
Bruce and Mark are experts for Fine Cooking