Jane Lawson

Jane Lawson
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Iced, Tossed, Stirred, and Shaken are titles in a series of books from this author. Sounds refreshing.


Jane Lawson
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Beet and Cumin Salad

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Jane Lawson worked for many years as a chef in Sydney, Australia, and is now a consultant to a variety of food-related businesses and publications Down Under.


In addition, Jane is the author or coauthor of almost a dozen cookbooks, including The Spice Bible; Yoshuku: Japanese Food Western Style; BBQ: Food for Friends; and Cucina Nueva:The New Spanish Kitchen. A memoir titled Grub: Favourite Food Memories was published in 2007.


Jane lives in Balgowlah, a suburb of Sydney.


Latest Recipes

Brussels Sprouts in Mustard Butter

The simple Brussels sprouts recipe is suited for almost any meal. Even those who think they hate Brussels sprouts will love them once they're dressed in a luscious combination of butter, honey, and mustard. Your vegetables will never be boring again once you know how to make this flavorful mustard butter. This recipes calls for combining the mustard butter with steamed sprouts. Alternatively, you could dress boiled Brussels sprouts or even roasted Brussels sprouts with the homemade mustard butter.

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Saag Paneer

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All-Purpose Curry Powder

"Curry powder" is a Western term, non-existent in India where different spices are mixed together depending on the dish being cooked. Wh...

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Garam Masala

Translated as "sweet mix," garam masala is similar to a curry powder without the hot spices and turmeric. The main components of this mi...

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A Middle Eastern spice blend made with dried thyme, toasted sesame seeds, ground sumac, and salt, zahtar is the cause of some confusion ...

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