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Last December I watched a special Christmas Nigella episode on Food Network in the US. She made a wonderful dish that was very similar to a recipe I have called "Cheese Strata". I think the ingredients were scallions, cheese, eggs and milk. I searched diligently on Food Network's website and found the episode, but no recipes were provided. I've also searched on this website with "cheese" and "souffle" but still no success. I would love to make this for my family this Christmas. Hoping you can help! Beverly
Hi there, in New Zealand Nigella's Christmas Kitchen is showing - I'm unsure which season though. There was a recipe for cheese and onion strata, pie or souffle? It was a rich cheesy egg mixture poured over sliced baguettes and has mozzarella cheese and cheddar. Please guide me to the right recipe! Teena999
Posted by truhoo. Answered on 13th Dec 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
Hi Nigella and team! I can't help but wonder what you mean by bouquet garni in terms of Nigella's turkey brine recipe (Feast, p10). It seems that the recipe asks for everything in a bouquet garni already, which is why I wonder why you include it? Also, I wish you would promote your sweet potato casserole (Feast, p29) more often as its fantastic and a great addition to both the Thanksgiving and Christmas table!
Posted by snicolilla. Answered on 12th Dec 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
Dear Nigella, I would love to serve your Boozy British Trifle (Christmas, p42) as the centerpiece of my Christmas dessert table this year, but a number of my guests are allergic to nuts. Thus the lovely pistachio garnish is off-limits. Could you suggest a similarly glorious, gorgeous, nut-free alternative? Many thanks, Jennifer M.
Posted by jameagher. Answered on 11th Dec 2011 at 0.00Read The Answer