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Judith Jones

What Do You Eat When No One is Watching?

Elissa Altman | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Elissa Altman

My father believed that it was his right to cook himself a lovely meal even if he was alone, and my mother thought that it was indicative of some visceral weirdness. Seventeen years later, they divorced.

Julia Child's Cookbook Editor On Cooking For One

The Washington Post | Joe Yonan | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

It was the broccoli that stopped Judith Jones in her tracks at the White House farmers market, and then again at a Whole Foods Market a half-mile away...

Best Holiday Cookbooks

The New York Times | Christine Muhlke | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

Summer's homesteading how-to's and grilling guides have given way to fall's fearlessly bountiful lineup. It's the time of year when big chefs send out...

Publisher Judith Jones Sets Example Raising Grass-Fed Steaks

nytimes.com | CHRISTINE MUHLKE | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green

Three years ago, [publisher Judith Jones] started raising cattle. Now when her writers visit her summer home in northern Vermont to test recipes, they...

Julia, Julie, Judith, and Me

Elissa Altman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Elissa Altman

Julie Powell's blog was about the lesson that Julia Child taught everyone: that loving food and the inalienable right to "eat well and enjoy life," are things that no one, ever, can claim ownership over.