In Australia for the first time, the beloved cook, writer and stylist Anna Jones joins food writer Lee Tran Lam to discuss her forthcoming book One: The only way to cook for you, your family and the planet; her inventive, life-friendly food; and how we can be eco-conscious in the kitchen. Anna has worked for Jamie Oliver, been compared to Yotam Ottolenghi and been dubbed “the new Nigella” by The Sunday Times. The voice of modern vegetarian cooking, Anna believes that vegetables should be at the centre of every table. Her bestselling cookbooks A Modern Way to Eat, A Modern Way to Cook and The Modern Cook’s Year are sold around the globe. She also writes a popular weekly column for The Guardian UK. 

Anna Jones (International)

Anna Jones

Anna Jones is a cook, writer and stylist, the voice of modern vegetarian cooking and the author of the bestselling A Modern Way to Eat, A Modern Way to Cook and The Modern Cook’s Year. Her books are sold in 10 countries and have been translated into five languages. In 2018, The Modern Cook’s Year won the coveted Observer Food Monthly Best Cookbook Award and The Guild of Food Writers Cookbook of the Year. Her previous books have been nominated for the James Beard, Fortnum & Mason and Andre Simon awards. She also writes a weekly, well-loved column for Guardian UK. Anna believes that vegetables should be put at the centre of every table, and is led by the joy of food – the spritz of freshness when you peel an orange or the crackle and waft of deep savoury spice when you add curry leaves to a pan of hot oil. She lives in Hackney, east London with her husband and young son.

Lee Tran Lam (Australian)

Lee Tran Lam

Lee Tran Lam has written for various publications, including Good Food, Gourmet Traveller, SBS Food, The Sun-Herald and even Turkish Vogue (which is especially funny if you’ve seen the state of her wardrobe). She hosts The Unbearable Lightness of Being Hungry podcast and presents Local Fidelity on FBi radio. She also has a sandwich named after her (Time Out called it one of Sydney’s best toasties).