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Sue Quinn is a full-time food writer and cookery book author. Her journalism and recipes have appeared in leading UK food titles including the Guardian, Telegraph, Sunday Times, Delicious magazine and BBC Good Food. Her work covers all aspects of food and cooking, with a particular emphasis on food and health.

Her latest book, Easy Mediterranean, will be published by Murdoch Books in the UK in August 2016. The book was inspired by the the cooking of the Italian, Greek, Lebanese and other migrant communities of Sydney where she was born and raised, and her travels as a former newspaper journalist and foreign correspondent. Sue has written ten other cook books including: Sugar-Free (Hardie Grant, 2016), Superfoods (Hardie Grant 2016), Salads (Hardie Grant, 2016), Easy Vegan, (Murdoch Books 2015),  The Kids Only Cook Book (2013, Quadrille, winner of Prima Magazine Best Family Cook Book Award 2014), 10 Minute Cooking (2013, Hachette), Crackers (2013, Hachette), Easy Japanese Cooking (2012, Hachette), Easy Spanish Cooking (2011, Hachette).

Sue lives by the sea in Dorset with her husband and two children.

 

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    Bill Taylor
    July 26, 2016

    Hello Sue, if I may. I recently read your article ‘Low on Caffeine Big on Taste’ in the Sunday Telegraph. I particularly enjoyed reading about the four different extraction processes and what to buy. As a toxicologist I’ve always been facinated that we drink what is in essence an insecticide in relatively high quantities. However, with this in mind I was surprised to see the levels you quote. I think your missing a small M for mg (milligrams). It was always drummed into me by my chemistry teacher ‘check your units’ your figures are closer to the lethal dosages!! You might want to change them for future articles. With kind regards Bill

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    Patsy
    November 18, 2012

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

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