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Australian-born Sue Quinn is a full-time cookery writer and journalist. She was strongly influenced by the cooking of the Italian, Greek, Lebanese and other migrant communities of multi-cultural Sydney, where she was born and raised. A former national newspaper journalist and foreign correspondent, she has also drawn on her extensive travels as inspiration for a number of cookery books.

Murdoch Books will publish her latest title, Easy Vegan, in the UK in March 2015. Previous titles include The Kids Only Cook Book (2013, Quadrille), 10 Minute Cooking (2013, Hachette), Crackers (2013, Hachette), Easy Japanese Cooking (2012, Hachette), Easy Spanish Cooking (2011, Hachette). This year she completed work on three further healthy cookery titles for Hachette, to be published in 2015, covering salads, sugar-free cooking and super foods.

Sue’s work has also appeared in the Guardian, The Telegraph, Delicious magazine, Dorset Magazine and The Foodie Bugle, including recipes and articles about food trends, ingredients and producers. She is also a regular columnist for the Bournemouth Echo, writing recipes that celebrate seasonal, locally produced ingredients.

Sue lives by the sea in Dorset with her husband and two children, who all share her love of making the most of the area’s glorious fresh produce.



6 Responses to About

  1. ha! i also found your blog in a search for pomegranate molasses recipes and your 10 tips are fab, thank you!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hello I enjoyed your suggestions for pomegranate syrup and will give them a go. I hope you got my message about rocket salad. My experience of the web, is a lot of people look but make no comment, Ex web editor.

  3. Ann Saunders says:

    Hi, found you searching for pomegranate molasses! I bought some home-made from Horseguards Pub in Tillington and thought how tangy it was compared to the shop bought ones. I use it for a Turkish breakfast dish, feta cheese in evoo and thyme, green olives and tomatos with a viaigrette of raspberry vinegar and the molasses. Nice clear website. My daughter’s is Say Food Say Me!

    Kind regards, Ann Saunders of Petersfield

    Do you know the Hopkins in Southborne?

  4. Denes says:

    Hey Sue , lovely blog and web site and love the photo all looking good and great news re all the books you have written. Den

  5. Patsy says:

    We’re are you in southbourne and are you a shop

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