Nigella Collection: a vibrant new look for Nigella’s classic cookery books.
‘Cooking isn’t performance art – or shouldn’t be. Make your food welcoming rather than fussy and remember that it’s not a test of your worth and acceptability: it’s just dinner, and can be easily delicious.’
Packed with fresh ideas and exciting new twists on old favourites, Nigella Lawson brings you mouthwatering but simple recipes to add flavour to your busy life – from quick family meals and easy suppers to dinner party menus and roast lunches.
With luscious photography, evocative food writing and a beautiful hardback design, this is a book you will treasure for many years as well as a delicious gift for friends and family.
All-Day Breakfast – recipes to start the day right, whatever time you get up!
Comfort Food – from chocolate fudge cake to mashed potato
TV Dinners – quick meals and simple snacks
Party Girl – cupcakes, barbecue chicken and much more to help you celebrate in style
Rainy Days – family meals to savour and share, and how to feel warm in the kitchen when it’s cold outside
Trashy – kitsch in the kitchen and fun food
Legacy – recipes from Nigella’s family
Suppertime – dinner party ideas that let you relax
Slow-Cook Weekend – the joys of slow roasting and languorous baking: roast pork, sticky toffee pudding and all the trimmings
Templefood – recipes to refresh and restore, and make you feel serenely smug
Nigella Bites is a must-have for every viewer and all her fans. Some recipes are based on her popular Vogue columns, others are new and different, and all are characteristic of Nigella and the ethos of the TV series - uncomplicated, original, fresh, and perfect for the way we live today
You can enjoy Nigella Bites in bed...or you can take it to the kitchen and be confident about turning out something seriously scrumptious
It would be fair to say that there is probably nothing in this luscious and clever book that you wouldn't find a pleasure to cook and eat at home.
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