Nigella Collection: a vibrant new look for Nigella's classic cookery books; previously published as KITCHEN.
'A little pottering in the kitchen gives me that feeling I find so crucial, of being in a fixed, familiar place in a whirling world. So here it is, from my kitchen to yours: cosy, cocooning food'
The classic family recipe book by Nigella Lawson. Kitchen is packed with feel-good food for cooks and eaters that solves all your everyday cooking quandaries, from what to cook for Sunday lunch or how to give children food they'll eat, to how to rustle up an impromptu dinner party menu or a gluten-free cake. As well as her mouthwatering recipes, Nigella rounds up her kitchen must-haves: essential kitchen equipment and standby ingredients.
With luscious photography, easy family recipes, indulgent food writing and a beautiful hardback design, this is a book you will treasure for many years as well as a delicious gift for friends and family.
Part 1: Kitchen Quandaries What's for tea? - everyday eating made simple for all ages Hurry up, I'm hungry! - quick meals and easy suppers for those frantic days Easy does it - dinner party ideas that won't try your temper Cook it better - waste-saving recipes My sweet solution - problem-solving pudding recipes Off the cuff - quick dinner ideas for feasts from the fridge-freezer and store cupboard
Part 2: Kitchen Comforts Chicken and its place in my kitchen - chicken recipes to soothe the soul A dream of hearth and home - comforting weekend baking, from muffins and cupcakes to brownies, scones and cakes At my table - steak, casserole, lasagne and much more: easy suppers to share with friends The solace of stirring - finding comfort in risotto The bone collection -ham hocks, spare ribs, braised beef and other meaty treats for the die-hard carnivore Kitchen pickings - easy cocktails and party food The cook's cure for Sunday-night-itis - cosy and substantial supper ideas that require little effort from the cook
About the Author
Nigella Lawson (born 6 January 1960) is an English journalist, broadcaster, television personality, gourmet, and food writer. She is the daughter of Nigel Lawson, the former Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Vanessa (née Salmon) Lawson, whose family owned the J. Lyons and Co. food and catering business. After graduating from Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University, Lawson started work as a book reviewer and restaurant critic, later becoming the deputy literary editor of The Sunday Times in 1986. She then embarked upon a career as a freelance journalist, writing for a number of newspapers and magazines. In 1998, she brought out her first cookery book, How to Eat, which sold 300,000 copies and became a best-seller. She wrote her second book in 2000, How to Be a Domestic Goddess, which won her the British Book Award for Author of the Year.
"Another blockbuster with a wide range of hearty and wholesome family recipes... Nice touches are notes on preparing ahead, freezing and in some cases advice on how to turn leftovers into salads and soups" * Daily Express *
"Although her fabulous recipes have helped to turn Nigella Lawson into one of this country's most beloved cooks, it's undoubtedly her undisguised love of food and eating has warmed her to our hearts." * Good Housekeeping *
"The recipes are big on flavour but straightforward...this will become much splattered with daily use. I cannot think of anyone who wouldn't welcome a copy." * BBC Good Food Magazine *
"The recipes are reassuringly solid, enticing and, crucially, just that bit less excessive. Perfect." * Guardian *