Over a hundred relaxed, achievable and delicious recipes; enjoy the food that Nigella shares day-to-day at her table.
Nigella Lawson has written ten bestselling cookery books including
the classics How to Eat and How To Be A Domestic
Goddess - the book that inspired a whole new generation of
bakers. These books, and her TV series, have made her a household
name around the world.
Nigella is the voice of reason in the food madness that surrounds
us -- Katy McGuinness * Irish Independent *
Lawson's genius is in offering dishes that you want to cook immediately (and that you know she cooks all the time - the recipes just read that way), in the most elegant prose. A gal who writes better than Elizabeth David and can tell you what to eat on a Friday night in front of the telly? That's my kind of food writer -- Diana Henry * Daily Telegraph *
This book is packed with ideas for meals that can be easily rustled up from what you have in the fridge or find in your local food shop. Despite the simplicity, though, each recipe features a unique Nigella twist -- Bianca Barratt * Evening Standard *
Nigella Lawson provides a selection of recipes that will inspire even the most jaded cook to try something new * Bookseller *
While her last cookbook, Simply Nigella, favoured a pared-back cooking style, her latest, At My Table, is bursting with what will be instant Nigella classics - not to mention encouraging late-night visits to the fridge for leftovers. This is a book for those who see food as sheer pleasure -- Jessica Callan * Good Housekeeping *