It may be getting cool outside but the summer heat is still coming from Nigella Lawson's kitchen. Tonight, Nigella looks at some ingredients that can keep the temperature high, whatever the weather.
With her bag packed with some very special appliances, Nigella Lawson heads to the seaside for a bit of curry, hotcakes, passion (fruit) and rolls with her guests.
Nigella Lawson takes a nostalgic look back at food we all associate with an idyllic summer: strawberries and cream.
This episode Nigella Lawson gives us her personal take on Italian food, from the classic pasta with mussels, through black rice and squid rings to her Anglo-Italian trifle.
In the first program of the new series, Nigella Lawson turns her attention to the apparently humble lemon, with happiness soup, lemon drop and slow-roasted garlic and lemon chicken.
Nigella Lawson has found a way of providing good food while still enjoying the party. Nigella shares her recipes for a velvety dip, some cheese, toasted nuts, Barbecued Chicken and cupcakes.
Nigella Lawson rolls back the rain clouds with her foul-weather recipes, conjuring up elaborate, time-consuming creations, including chocolate cloud cake, aubergine involtini and home-made pasta with meatballs.
Nigella Lawson offers ideas for amateur cooks wanting to impress their friends with professional-looking suppertime specialities that satisfy the tastebuds but don't require a degree in home economics to tackle. Recipes include lamb shanks with couscous, raw salmon with ginger and rice vinegar, and creme brulee.
Nigella Lawson turns her hand to slow-cook recipes that take little preparation, ideal for anyone wanting to rustle up a weekend dinner party. Tempting treats on offer include 24-hour aromatic pork, warm shredded lamb salad with mint and sticky toffee pudding.
Nigella Lawson lovingly recreates the flavours of her childhood, using recipes handed down to her from her mother and grandmother, including Italian sausages with lentils, bread and butter pudding and a revival of Liptauer cheese spread.
For anyone suffering after a heavy night of partying, Nigella Lawson has just the tonic, offering suggestions for dishes that cleanse the mind and body, including Vietnamese chicken with mint salad, gingery hot duck soup, papaya with raspberries and lime, and a prairie oyster - the ultimate hangover cure.
Nigella Lawson turns her back on food snobs, preparing the type of recipes most chefs wouldn't be seen dead making, including ham baked in cola, an Elvis-style fried peanut butter and banana sandwich, and chocolate lime cheesecake.
Why be constrained by a time table? Enjoy breakfast food day or night. For Nigella Lawson breakfast starts with pancakes and muffins.
Nigella Lawson shares recipes of her favourite comfort foods. First up are rich and creamy mashed potatoes, which can also be used as leftovers to make Salmon Cakes.
Nigella Lawson shares her favourite weekend recipes. She focuses on the simple yet delicious food she cooks for herself, her family and friends.
Nigella focuses on the foods she loves to eat when she's cooking for one. One of her favourite and most regular lunches is salad with pancetta and parmesan. Next, she makes lamb chops with a garlicky tahini and lemon sauce that provides that little extra zing.
We all have certain foods which comfort us because they remind us of childhood. Dishes that our parents prepared for us always retain a special place in our hearts. For Nigella, her ultimate 'desert island dish' is her mother's steak bernaisse and, for pudding, her grandmother's poached pears with vanilla ice cream and a dark, luscious chocolate sauce.
For Nigella, entertaining means spending time with friends, not anguishing alone in the kitchen, and the taste of the food is far more important than it's presentations.
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