This is a new variant of an old and easy party favourite. The dough… Read More
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My kitchen is a-twinkling with fairy lights and filled with the smells of Christmas baking (so much better than scented candles) and I hope that the season for you is one of joy rather than stressful trepidation. I certainly aim to ease, and the site is full of recipes that are as simple as they are seasonal. To all of you, my faithful friends on nigella.com, I wish most Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year! Read on
This month’s cookalong looks to France for its festive feeling, in the form of a Yule Log. In order to win a signed copy of one of Nigella’s books, please make and upload a photograph of your version of a Yule Log, decorating and styling as you wish. We will judge all entries and choose a winner. Get baking!
"When beating egg whites, always add a tiny bit of baking powder of some acid, it helps to make them fluffier. Either rub the bowl with a wedge of lemon or add a couple of lemon juice…"
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