In writing and recipes, Nigella Lawson is never, ever dull and the words of the title of this book could evoke "the Sisyphean drudgery of cooking". For Lawson, "they represent an essential liberating truth.” Enjoy musings on the writing of recipes and whether the phrase “guilty pleasures” should be banned, all in Nigella's inimitable style. Discover joys like Fish Finger Bhorta, and Chocolate, Tahini and Banana Bread.
Food, for me, is a constant pleasure: I like to think greedily about it, reflect deeply on it, learn from it; it ... More than just a mantra, "cook, eat, repeat" is the story of my life.'
Cook, Eat, Repeat is a delicious and delightful combination of recipes intertwined with narrative essays about food. Written in Nigella's engaging and insightful style, this is a cookbook with the warmth and personality to beat away the January blues.
Whether asking 'What is a Recipe?' or declaring death to the Guilty Pleasure, Nigella's wisdom about food and life comes to the fore, with tasty new recipes that readers will want to return to again and again.
'The recipes I write come from my life, my home', says Nigella, and here she shares the rhythms and rituals of her kitchen through over 150 new recipes that make the most of her favourite ingredients.
Writer, artist and cook