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First, an apology. I have been absent from this page for far, far too long. I have been so busy with Simply Nigella that everything else has rather fallen by the wayside. And while absorption in my new book is intensely pleasurable (and necessary) for me, I do miss chatting to you here. So, I thought I'd give you some highlights from the week's recipe-testing. On the savoury front, I'm very happy with a rich lamb stew, below, which I cooked for supper for 10, to great success! And I'm still tinkering with this Ayam Masak Merah - a Malaysian Red-Cooked… Read on
April’s Cookalong gets you baking the traditional Easter recipe of Hot Cross Buns. Nigella has her own aromatic take on this sweet yeasted favourite, so it’s time for you to have a go and get kneading and creating your own. Then, upload a picture of your Hot Cross Buns - whole or split and buttered, even toasted, or however you like - and you could win one of Nigella’s books personally signed just for you.
"It helps to cut through grease and limescale naturally, and also leaves the dishwasher smelling zesty fresh!"
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