New Jane Spice Blog Helps Busy Cooks Make Taste: Blog Brings Back the Spice Rack So Busy People Can Eat Well, Too

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Jane Spice Food Blog enables busy people to reinvent ordinary meals without spending all day in the kitchen. Clueless and savvy cooks alike can learn to make taste in no time. The blog brings three unique advantages to flavor-junkies short on time, helping them: •Create something extraordinary from ingredients they already have (spices and ordinary food) •Make fresh, healthy eating fun again •Save money (and calories) by breaking the prepackaged food habit

Busy cooks can now turn ho-hum meals into flavor-fests with the help of the Jane Spice blog, which celebrated its official launch today.

Authored by Ursula Ayrout, herself a busy professional, Jane Spice enables busy people to reinvent ordinary meals without spending all day in the kitchen. Clueless and savvy cooks alike can learn to make taste in no time.

The blog brings three unique advantages to flavor-junkies short on time, helping them:
•Create something extraordinary from ingredients they already have (spices and ordinary food)
•Make fresh, healthy eating fun again
•Save money (and calories) by breaking the prepackaged food habit

Visitors to Jane Spice will enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet of photos, recipes, enticing stories, spice history, and a thriving community to help them escape the land of the bland. Cooking becomes an easy pleasure--never a chore.

Readers will discover such things as:
•5-step recipes with a handful of ingredients
•Which spices can make your hair grow shiny
•How to combine spices to make you fall in love with vegetables again
•10 ways to reuse the same Italian seasoning so it never goes to waste
•Which spices are so healthy they'll actually make you feel good
•Unique recipes dishes, including Saffron Marbled Spiced Rice and Indian Inspired Spaghetti Bolognaise

The staggering growth of cooking blogs, cooking shows, and all things cooking show no signs of letting up. Neither does the average person's schedule. Making use of the ingredients they already have becomes even more important for busy people.

A lifelong food lover, Jane Spice author and long time San Francisco resident Ursula Ayrout's Lebanese upbringing and Sydney childhood created a perfect melting pot of flavors and cuisines. At the same time, her own busy lifestyle gives her a special rapport for anyone who feels they've no time to cook.

"Everyone has to eat," she said. "But kitchen performance anxiety kicks in. People don't know their way around a spice rack. And because they don't know which spice combinations work best, they're afraid to even buy spices anymore. They don't think they'll use them again. Jane Spice can be their secret weapon. They'll learn to transform everyday dishes into a Mexican mole or Moroccan cuisine--without taking all day."

With its recipes, tips, photos, stories, and growing community of food lovers, the Jane Spice blog is prepped to become indispensable for those who dream of using spices to cook smarter. Make some taste of your own. Visit http://www.janespice.com today!

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