The thing about food is that it’s not just fuel for a metabolic process of the human body. It’s a social construct, bringing family or friends together in a way few other experiences can. Can.
And that’s what’s at the heart of the writings of Nigella Lawson, the well-known British-born food writer and TV chef.
In fact, when I met her in 2004, the book she had just published was called Feast.
And a conversation with Nigella Lawson is all “feast” and no “famine.”
So here now, from 2004, Nigella lawson.
Nigella Lawson turned 62 last month. She was last seen on TV in 2020 in the limited series “Nigella’s Cook, Eat, Repeat.”
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