Nigella Lawson How To Eat
Nigella Lawson How To Eat cookbook is filled with recipes and cooking tips from this top chef. Here are 350 delicious recipes for a range of dishes like Fish and Porcini Pie, Loin of Pork with Bay Leaves, The Irish Club's Irish Stew, and Poached Pistachio-Sprinkled Apricots Stuffed With Creme Fraiche.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 474 pages.
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Author: Nigella Lawson
Description: Earthy, witty, and totally passionate about eating, British food phenomenon Nigella Lawson has taken North American kitchens by storm with the huge success of her television show, Nigella Bites. How to Eat is the book that started it all -- her signature, all-purpose cookbook that became a blockbuster bestseller on its publication in England and has now sold hundreds of thousands of copies on both sides of the Atlantic.
How to Eat is Nigella at her best and most complete. Here is her total (and totally irresistible) approach to food, in which she lays bare her secrets for finding pleasure in simple things that we cook and eat every day: no fussy instructions or overachieving recipes, just a joyous celebration of home-cooked dishes that are easy to make and serve -- and deliciously satisfying to eat. How to Eat has chapters for different needs and situations, including meals for one and two people, low-fat cooking, weekend dining, and cooking for babies and small children.
With her easy, conversational style, Nigella makes you feel as if she's right there in the kitchen with you as she shares 350 mouthwatering recipes that range from the truly sublime Tarragon French Roast Chicken to a totally seductive Chocolate Raspberry Pudding Cake. She eases you through every preparation detail -- from coordinating the oven settings and timing for dishes that must be served together to suggesting the perfect wine for the meal at your next dinner party. All of the recipes are accessible and, with short lists of ingredients, easy to adjust to suit different tastes and occasions.
With advance preparation tips and great leftover ideas, Nigella shows how to get the most from the pantry and the refrigerator as you move beyond recipes to develop your own sense of what food is about.
Condition: Good condition.
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