I love the sort of dinner that you cook without any special effort… Read More
As with all stews, this is even better made in advance… Read on
You do need to serve this lamb salad warm rather than… Read on
No one does lamb cutlets better than the Italians… Read on
A roast, boned, butterflied leg of lamb is just about… Read on
When I was at primary school, the first piece of homework we were always given on going back to school was ‘What I Did On My Holidays’. Since in those days, the answer was ‘absolutely nothing’, it was always a puzzling and onerous task for the pupil and no doubt an excruciatingly boring read for the teacher. A lot of “I got up then I had breakfast, then I did nothing, then I had lunch etc etc ad nauseam”. Actually, as I come back from my holidays, I realise that little has changed (well, I did go to Thailand… Read on
The March Cookalong gets you baking a chocolate cake, and to celebrate St Patrick’s Day we would like you to make a Chocolate Guinness Cake. It’s a magnificent cake – though so easy to make - with a cream cheese frosting that mimics the frothy head of a pint of stout. So, get baking, upload a picture of your cake, along with a caption, and you could win one of Nigella’s books, signed with a personal dedication to you.
"To keep pots shiny, especially after boiling starchy foods like pasta and potatoes, add a few splashes of the cheapest vinegar you can find when you clean the pot with dish soap."
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