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  • Set to be one of the blockbusters of 2020

    The Times
  • Lawson's latest book is the one I've been waiting for her to write...Her aim is to empower and demystify and to encourage everyone to get as much pleasure from cooking as she does

    Diana Henry, Daily Telegraph
  • Interweaves domestic goddess-style recipes with personal musings and guides
  • Twenty-two years after her first book, How To Eat, Nigella Lawson has produced what feels like its answer: Cook, Eat, Repeat.

    The Times
  • A new title from Nigella Lawson is always welcome, but never more so than in the year that drove so many of us back into our kitchens. This book - her greatest since How to Eat in 1998 - is about embracing the idea of cooking as a series of soothing rituals... The dishes here are as comforting as any Nigella fan could wish for, from Basque burnt cheesecake to fish finger bhorta. And above and beyond the recipes, this is a profound and consoling defence of the pleasures of the kitchen. I can't think of a better companion for these strange times

    Bee Wilson, Sunday Times, *Food Book of the Year*
  • A rapturous account of wonderful food and a joyful antidote to everything else

    Meera Sodha, Guardian, *Best Cookbooks of 2020*
  • Every page crackles with the sheer pleasure of cooking and eating, in whatever way you choose, and there is no finer quality in a cookbook than that

    Olivia Potts, Spectator
  • This book is testament to the fact that Nigella is as much a writer as a cook, and it will surely be on every Christmas list this year

    Madeleine Feeny, Culture Whisper, *Christmas Gift Guide 2020*
  • A stunning variety of recipes in this year's cookbook collection', mention: 'A delicious and delightful combination of recipes intertwined with narrative essays about food, all written in Nigella's engaging and insightful prose

    Fiona Murphy, SHEmazing!, *Christmas Gift Guide 2020*
  • Thrilling... A wise, digressive celebration of the life-affirming pleasures of eating that sparkles with descriptive sentences that are just as delectable as dishes that cover everything from crab mac'n'cheese to sweet and salty chocolate cookies specifically designed not to be shared... Nigella's latest book -- through its wisdom, wit and urge to bring joy -- has the knack of making an uncertain future feel that little bit more bearable

    Jimi Famurewa, Waitrose Weekly

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