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Feast: Food that Celebrates Life Paperback – 7 Sep 2006
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"Heartwarming, passionate, informed, refreshingly uncomplicated and full of ideas, Feast is destined to become a classic like How to Eat" (Mrs D-Daily (Blog))
"The real successor to Nigella Lawson's classic, How to Eat, a volume that every right-thinking person cherishes and consults regularly... Feast [is] just as entertaining and divulgent - and it works too, both as a practical manual and an engrossing read" (Evening Standard)
"Feast, like so much of Lawson's work, is a voluptuous and delicious piece of food writing" (Tom Norrington-Davies Guardian)
"Lovely photographs clear recipes great stress-busting tips" (Lydia Slater Sunday Times)
"As clever and inspiring as ever" (Jeanette Winterson, Evening Standard)
A feast for the eyes and the senses and now available in a handsome paperback edition, Feast is a must for every kitchen. In the style and tradition of Nigella's classic How to Eat, it applies those same 'Pleasures and Principles of Good Food' to celebrations from feast days to familiar rites of passage.See all Product description
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I'm so pleased I bought this though as it not only has her best Christmas recipes, it also covers lots of other events too. She gives a little background on her experiences then the reason why she had progressed the idea.
I was pretty nervous about trying out a new idea for Christmas, but the recipe was very simple to follow and a great success!
All in all this was a brilliant book in my opinion, and was well worth the money spent on it, I would certainly wholeheartedly recommend it not only for the feasts but for special family celebrations.
Just one word of warning the book is not light, so be aware if giving it as a present.