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How to eat: the pleasures and principles of good food

How to eat: the pleasures and principles of good food

Lawson, Nigella, 1960-

How to Eat puts the British culinary renaissance into a more useful and realistic context. It takes cooking out of the hands of food professionals and makes good cooking a normal activity by explaining how to cook and enjoy food

Paperback, Book. English.
Published London: Chatto & Windus, 1999
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  • Brockworth Community Library – Earliest copy due back 20th February 2018

    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status
    993692102X General Non-Fiction 641.5 Adult Non-Fiction Overdue (was due back 20th February 2018)

Details

Statement of responsibility: Nigella Lawson
ISBN: 0701169117, 9780701169114
Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 512-513) and index.
Note: Originally published: 1998.
Physical Description: xviii, 526p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
Subject: Cookery.

Author note

Nigella Lawson is the author of bestselling books -How to Eat('may just be the best cookery book ever'Daily Telegraph), How to be a Domestic Goddess(British Book Awards 2001),Nigella Bites(WHSmith Award 2002)Forever Summer('images of warmth and Mediterranean climes'Time Out),Feast, ('a voluptuous and delicious piece of food writing'Guardian),Nigella Express(no. 1 bestseller with over 1 million sales),Nigella Christmas('everything to make your Christmas sparkle'Independent) andNigellissima- which, together with her successful TV series and her recent iPhone App,Nigella Quick Collection, have made hers a household name around the world. She lives in London with her family.

Reviews

"Nigella Lawson is one of the best and most influential of British food writers ...The staple cookbook for a whole generation"||"How to eat, how to cook, how to write: I want two copies of this book, one to reference in the kitchen and one to read in bed."||"A classic of the genre: a book that easily gathers both experiences and novice cooks under its wing, with something to teach them all, and a witty confiding manner as it does so.Frankly, no kitchen is complete without."
The Irish Independent||"

How to Eatmay just be the best cookery book ever"
Daily Telegraph||"A love letter to all things culinary"
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