Nigella Bites: From Family Meals to Elegant Dinners -- Easy, Delectable Recipes for Any Occasion

Nigella Bites: From Family Meals to Elegant Dinners -- Easy, Delectable Recipes for Any Occasion With Her Charming Style, Delicious Recipes, Bestselling Cookbooks, And Popular Cooking Show, Nigella Lawson Has Become A Household Name Symbolizing All That Is Sumptuous And Pleasurable About Food In Nigella Bites, Nigella Shares Her Favorite Recipes That Are Easy To Make After A Busy Day At The Office, Perfect To Linger Over During A Lazy Weekend, Or Fun To Make With Kids On A Rainy Afternoon All The Recipes Are Delectable To Read, Dreamy To Look At, And, Of Course, Delicious To Eat Whether Cooking Pasta E Fagioli Or Baking Orange Breakfast Muffins, Nigella Knows Just How To Achieve Maximum Flavor With Minimum Effort

Nigella Lawson is the daughter of former Conservative cabinet minister Nigel Lawson now Lord Lawson and the late Vanessa Salmon, socialite and heir to the Lyons Corner House empire, who died of liver cancer in 1985 Lawson attended Godolphin and Latymer School and Westminster School before graduating from Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, with a degree in Medieval and Modern Languages.Lawson wrote a r

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  • Paperback
  • 253 pages
  • Nigella Bites: From Family Meals to Elegant Dinners -- Easy, Delectable Recipes for Any Occasion
  • Nigella Lawson
  • Dutch
  • 11 April 2018
  • 9789025425852

10 thoughts on “Nigella Bites: From Family Meals to Elegant Dinners -- Easy, Delectable Recipes for Any Occasion

  1. says:

    I will never forget the first time I saw Nigella Lawson flipping through channels on a late, rainy night, I was stopped short by the sight of this curvaceous, gorgeous woman holding a stick of butter in each hand, extolling the virtues of bacon Oh, the gleam in her eye, like some ancient goddess of bounty, inviting us cold and dieting masses to stop denying ourselves the oldest of pleasures I was mesmerized I feel the same way enchanted whenever I read one of her delightful cookbooks Do the recipes turn out well Not so much, to be perfectly honest, but if this book is a failure as a technical manual, it is a success as a guide to inspiration.

  2. says:

    I didn t really like Nigella Bites I ve never seen Nigella s show, but I checked this book out from the library after reading and liking Nigella Express When I was finished with Nigella Bites, I compared the publication dates for the two, and Bites was published in 2002 while Express was published in 2007.This could account for some of the reasons I didn t like Nigella Bites It was much less polished and seemed to lack focus The book was divided into sections with titles such as Comfort Food , TV Dinners , Party Girl and Trashy that are drawn from her television show as noted in the preface But when transferred to book form, the result is a jumbled heap of recipes that range from the simplest recipe for mashed potatoes to the most retro for pigs in blankets to the most complex soft and sharp involtini to the most artery hardening deep fried candy bars with pineapple There were a couple of recipes that I m interested in trying, but that s barely enough to justify purchasing this book thanks again, library , especially when they seem to be particularly easy to find on the internet.

  3. says:

    the unpretentious way she talks about food makes me want to park my butt at her kitchen table and just watch and wait this is not a sterile instruction book she takes you into her messy kitchen that smells delicious and her sleeves probably have egg on them but she tells you to eat and enjoy the company and leave the dishes for tomorrow i have tried quite a few of the recipes..but the 24 hr pork has to be my favorite it is amazing i left one star off because quite a few of the recipes were not ones i wanted to try, although i enjoyed reading them anyway she includes recipes from different cultural backgroundsnot a lot of stodgy english food there are blank lined pages in between each section for NOTES which i thought was considerate.

  4. says:

    As I ve said before, I love Nigella s writing She s a fab woman This collection is easy peasy Nigella recipes that you want to make every day I don t actually make any of them though I intend to one day Maybe As someone once said, this is classic cook book porn reading about something that looks interesting and that other people do, but you know fine well you ll never try yourself I can t take the credit for that as I can t remember who said it, but it s very appropriate I feel.

  5. says:

    I like to read cookbooks Not recipes, but the little intros that some food writers will include And Nigella s great Her attitude is breezy, you can tell she s brilliant and fun, appreciates delicious, uncompromised dishes, and sees her curves as a badge of honor Plus the photographs are beautiful, typical food porn.Highly recommend the recipes for bread and butter ginger jam pudding and the toffee dessert.

  6. says:

    Beautiful book but the food is horrendous.

  7. says:

    Fantastoc food porn Lawson s writing is stunning.

  8. says:

    This is a real favourite of mine that I come back to again and again It has turned me into the sort of person who will sit down and read a recipe book from cover to cover rather than flick through the index looking for one recipe There are a lot of superb recipes in here ones that really work You are not going to lose weight or save money cooking these but they well well explained, simple to follow and the results are very worthwhile Ham in coca cola is a real favorite of ours and way better than it sounds, the spaghetti and meatballs is sublime There are a lot of photos in this book, but they are mostly of the food, and that is fine by me I like to see what I am going to eat I have learnt by bitter experience not to judge a recipe book by the volume of recipes crammed in, but, by the clarity of explanations and the quality of results this on ticks the boxes for me.

  9. says:

    This was the first Nigella Lawson book I ever read, because I d seen her recipe for ham in Coca Cola on the TV show of the same name and was dying to try it I ve made it several times since, along with many other of her recipes In fact, every recipe I ve tried which has been most of them has had fabulous results, most especially the orange breakfast muffins, lemon risotto, italian sausage with lentils, slow roasted pork shoulder, and sticky toffee dessert The book isn t perfect, though it s not because of the recipes There are massive albeit gorgeous pictures, tons of white space, and whole pages, sometimes two, devoted to recipes when only a quarter was needed asparagus in a soft boiled egg mashed potatos watermelon daquiri , making one feel a bit cheated, considering the book s price Still, I ve used it enough to make up for the extra cost.

  10. says:

    I picked up this cookbook at half price books recently, and I m glad I scored it for just a few dollars Full of gorgeous full color pictures of tasty food, and equally tasty Nigella Lawson unfortunately the recipe content isn t as compelling This is one of those cookbooks I enjoy flipping through, but I don t think it will earn a place on my shelf as a go to resource for recipe brainstorming I do get a kick out of how the content is organized The book is broken into sections All day breakfast, comfort food, tv dinners, party girl, rainy days, trashy which are primarily american comfort foods, what are you saying about us Americans, Nigella , legacy, suppertime, slow cook weekend templefood healthier dishes, each with an asian flare.

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