Judith Jones

3 results

Anita Lo and her cauliflower chaat for one, in her New York apartment. Photograph: Daniel Krieger/The New York Times

Cookbook covers can be like optical illusions. Take Microwave Cooking for One, which features the author, Marie T. Smith, alone with some platters of (...)

Judith Jones: as a young editorial assistant at Doubleday in Paris she rescued The Diary of Anne Frank from a pile of rejects and persuaded her superiors to publish it in the United States.

Judith Jones, the editor who discovered Julia Child and advanced a generation of culinary writers that revolutionised cooking and tastes in American h(...)

Peg-boards and pestles: Julia Moskin, a food writer for the ‘New York Times’ in Julia Child’s kitchen at La Pitchoune, Chateauneuf-Grasse, France. Photograph: France Keyser/New York Times

When I hefted the rolling pin in my hand, I finally felt it: a thread of energy, a thrill of recognition. I knew I was standing in Julia Child’s kitch(...)