A former feature writer for the Daily Express, Jane Green took a leap of faith when she left in 1996 to freelance and work on her book. She is now the bestselling author of over fifteen novels. Jane lives in Connecticut with her husband and their blended family of six children.
Bestselling author Jane Green talks about home and what it means to her and her characters.
Time to dig out your whisk and practice your best flipping technique because pancake day is almost here!
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Definitely looking forward to this!
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One of my most favorite people in the world is my sister-in-law, Fishy. I was already living in the States when she became my sister-in-law, which is unfortunate on two levels. First, I don’t get to see her nearly as often as I would like, and second, I don’t get to experience her cooking.
My parents are always going over there for dinner and reporting back about delicious roast chickens and fantastic lamb. She is the expert at delicious, traditional, effortless comfort food and one of her best dishes, according to my mother, is her lemon and almond tart.
There really is nothing better than lemon and almond tart, particularly this one that is so densely citrusy, thanks to the puréed lemon. The almond extract and thick, moist texture makes it almost taste like marzipan, and the entire tart is heavenly.
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Lemon and Almond Cake Tart - 8 days ago
RECIPE FROM GOOD TASTE. Order now. One of my most favorite people in the world is my sister-in-law, Fishy. I was already living in the States when she became my sister-in-law, which is unfortunate on two levels. First, I don’t get to see her nearly as often as I would like, and second, I don’t […]
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The anti-helicopter parent - 9 days ago
Hours spent helping children with homework: 0 Hours spent driving children here, there and everywhere: 2 Hours spent worrying about where the children are: 0 Hours spent berating teachers for giving children bad grades: 0 Hour spent writing: 17 I have spent the last few days trying to come up with the term for the […]
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Asian Orange Chicken - 11 days ago
RECIPE FROM GOOD TASTE. Order now. SERVES 6–8 Ingredients: 2 chickens, jointed into 8 pieces, seasoned Zest of 4 oranges 2/3 cup fresh orange juice 1⁄4 cup honey 3 tablespoons soy sauce 2 tablespoons toasted sesame oil 1 tablespoon minced fresh ginger 2 teaspoons finely minced garlic 1⁄4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes Salt and […]
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The summer of over-indulgence - 20 days ago
It has been the summer of over-indulgence, and although I am perfectly happy floating around in diaphanous flowing tents and kaftans, Autumn is coming which means my jeans are eyeing me nervously from their position in the corner of my closet. I am pretending I don’t see them, as I pull on yet another elastic-waisted […]
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Cauliflower and Parmigiano Soup with Truffle Oil - 23 days ago
RECIPE FROM GOOD TASTE. Order now. This soup was a happy mistake. It came from one of those nights where I didn’t seem to have anything in the fridge other than a head of cauliflower that was well on its way to becoming inedible, a packet of pancetta and some stale parmesan. I do always […]
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