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Kitchen: Recipes from the Heart of the Home Hardcover – 2 Sep 2010
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"Her touch is light and whimsical, yet eminently practical" (Sybil Kapoor Country Life)
"It's 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)
Expansive, practical, delicious - the cookery book of the year offers feel-good food for cooks and eaters, with a wealth of photographs from the instructive to the glorious, and accompanied by a major BBC TV series.See all Product description
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So far we have tried about 30 of the dishes and loved them all - they are straight forward, little fuss and great for during the week. It provides endless inspiration! There is a great mix of weekday and weekend treats and eats, both sweet and savoury.
The crustless pizza is regularly made, so is the frittata, we adore the marmalade cake, oh and the cherry and coconut loaf is one of my most popular bakes. The mixed meat pilaf is excellent for clearing the fridge, pasta alla Genovese is a perfect summer evenings meal.
One of my favourite Nigella books!
Having said that, when this book arrived I needn't have worried because although there were some unusual things in here that dont appeal to me, there is plenty that does. There are some really mouth watering recipes. As well as ideas for meals (which i think the tv show concentrates on alot), there are some good solid baking recipes as well; like Apple and Cinnamon muffins. Lots for meat eaters and also for vegetarians like myself. There is even a blackberry vodka! So there is something for everyone and lots of enthusiastic, intelligent writing from Nigella and some great photos that make you want to try the dishes.
A great addition for any cook and Nigella fans wont be disappointed.
That said, I have tried quite a few of the recipes and have had particular success with the Spanish chicken with chorizo and potatoes, Homestyle jerk chicken (HOT not for the faint hearted!), the everyday brownies, Lemon polenta cake, Flourless chocolate lime cake (gluten free and delicious!) and finally (don't knock it until you try it) the Spaghetti with Marmite which is so yummy and fast to make.
A disappointing turn out with the Chocolate peanut butter cheesecake which sounds fabulously indulgent but just didn't quite work; perhaps it was my fault for trying to use low fat options, anyway I wouldn't try it again, but apart from that, a really nice varied cookbook with lots for everyone.
I must admit, I didn't need to buy this. I live by Express and Forever Summer by her, now I have a UK edition, and I bought this more out of affection and loyalty to her. (I did manage to resist NIgellissima, Italian cooking for for a coeliac?) But when it comes to cooking, she is my true north.
Great recipies, great kitchen history and stories, great photos.
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