Judith Jones
Editor Judith Jones leaves New York for about four months of the year to live in her simple house in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. (Caleb Kenna for the Globe) Caleb Kenna for the Globe

Behind every great cookbook

Editor Judith Jones has a knack for turning cooks into best-selling authors

By Sheryl Julian
Globe Staff / September 26, 2007

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STANNARD MOUNTAIN, Vt. - The old notion that luck is nothing without skill might have been conceived with Judith Jones in mind. She was 27 and working for a publisher in Paris when she discovered Anne Frank's diary in a rejection pile and insisted her editor say yes. Several years later, as an editor in New York, she took a ... (Full article: 1365 words)

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