This recipe comes from Beryl Scoffield, the mother of one of my oldest… Read More
This weekend breakfast favourite can, frankly, be… Read on
You don't actually need to have a hangover to enjoy… Read on
This is not only the best way to start the day, but… Read on
This is a strange hybrid of a recipe: kedgeree cooked… Read on
The Simply Nigella book shoot is two weeks’ in, and I am just itching to have the book done to show y’all. On the other hand, I love the making of a book, so I don’t want it to be over just yet. And nor will it be, as my publishers are painfully aware! I can’t give publication dates for everywhere, but Simply Nigella will be published in the Autumn in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand. This much I know. Still, let me give you some photographic highlights. Bear in mind that the pictures I’m showing you are not by… 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.
"Grate your cheese for sandwiches, salads and the like with a very fine grater (what you would use for zesting), it looks voluminous and is actually much less than you realise and probably…"
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