Judy Jackson has written seven books on food, one of which sold over 40,000 copies. She has been published by Faber, Macdonald, Marsons and Anness/Lorenz.
She has produced freelance pieces for many national newspapers, including The Times, The Independent, The Evening Standard and The Telegraph.
She writes restaurant reviews for Time Out (Eating Out in London).
The Home Book of Jewish Cookery- published by Faber
Microwave Vegetable Cooking - published by Macdonald
A Feast in Fifteen Stories - published by Marsons
The Jewish Kitchen edited by Judy Jackson - published by Sunburst
The Jewish Cookbook - published by Lorenz/Anness
Classic Jewish - published by Lorenz/Anness
The Essential Jewish Cookbook - published by Lorenz/Anness
Lookit Cookit - published by Marsons is her latest book
Trio - a novel about music and misadventures (to be published next year)
The Camel Trail - a family saga based on true events. Behind the apparent calm lies a story of deception and betrayal.
The Camel Trail won the World Gourmand Award for Best Food Literature book in the UK in 2007.
Each chapter opens with a recipe; food plays an important part in the lives of the characters. But it's their stories that make you want to turn the page.
The Armchair Kitchen 'provocative thoughts about food, children, books, quotes....life'. Every day a photo and something to make you smile.
Judy Jackson has four sons, four American daughters-in-law and twelve grandchildren. She lives with her husband in London.