She’s a world famous writer and a mother, a great cook with an appetite. She has a burning love of life and a passion for food and feasts to celebrate anything that matters from the special to the everyday. She’s gorgeous, articulate and amusing. She’s Nigella Lawson.
Nigella Feasts is a mouth-watering feast for millions of food loving viewers around the globe. It’s a total immersion in Nigella’s food life and the delicious feasts she cooks for herself, her friends, family, colleagues, and now for people around the world too. From major holiday feasts and big deal special occasions to celebrating small everyday pleasures and even solo meals.
Where she goes we go, what she cooks we share. This is the next best thing to actually sitting on a stool in her kitchen. There is no pretence or artifice and it is intensely personal and conversational. Part cooking guide, part reality documentary and part food confessional – Nigella Feasts has it all in great big juicy helpings.
Each episode is based around a theme and containins a mix of irresistible easy recipes, tips, philosophies, fuss free principles and uncomplicated ideas that makes cooking and entertaining a breeze. The recipes are taken from Nigella’s best-seller "Feast – Food That Celebrates Life" Then in each show there’s the eating – from full on feasts for major rites of passage, simple lunches, no stress entertaining, midnight snacks and easy midweek suppers with a girlfriend through to no cook, no stress meals. Slicing through each show are little bites that reveal the inner Nigella from her favourite cook books to her to surfing the net for ever more outrageous food products and cook books plus a sprinkling of field pieces shot in London and New York.
The recipes are simple and accessible. Nigella's delivery is enchanting, dazzling the audience with her charm and empowering delivery. She’s no trained chef - she’s like you and her qualification is greed. She will make you thrill to the fact that you can do it. There’s no such thing as someone who can’t cook just someone who hasn’t watched Nigella Feasts.
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Nigella shares her fabulous, fun named recipes that appeal to kids of all ages. Whether you're 8 or 80 you'll love her mozzarella stuffed Blood and Guts Baked Potatoes.