Nigella Lawson, 60, responded to claims that she “fake gorges” the food she makes for the camera in a bid to stay trim. The chef found the accusation pretty funny, warning the Twitter user behind it that her crew would find it
Highlights Nigella Lawson is a well-known cookbook author and chef A video of her mispronouncing the word ‘microwave’ has gone viral Take a look at how netizens reacted to the video Nigella Lawson is a British food writer and television show host.
A fourth said: “Only Nigella could possibly make Banana Skins look tasty. I looked in horror at first but by the end I felt like racing into the kitchen and giving it a go.” Another wrote: “Yes the banana skins looked gross…
Nigella Lawson’s recent Instagram post got Indian foodies drooling. Highlights Nigella Lawson is a renown cookbook author and chef She recently posted on Instagram about a soothing Dal Chawal Her post was a hit with foodies from India Nothing makes our chests swell
TV chef Nigella Lawson, 60, has opened up about how her mum, Vanessa, would swear by never eating anything sweet in the kitchen until she discovered her liver cancer diagnosis was terminal. The author explained she has never let herself feel guilty
She added: “So, even if I were the sort of person who planned ahead, I don’t think I would have seen myself here.” Nigella explained that losing her loved ones so young has changed her outlook on the ageing process, and revealed
She explained: “Writing about food when you’re married to someone who can’t eat – that was odd. But I suppose it was about clutching on to life, really.” Recently she recorded an audiobook version of How To Eat marking its 20th anniversary.
After hitting it off, Nigella and John later got married in 1992. Two years after they tied the knot, they welcomed daughter Cosmina in 1994. They also welcomed their second child together, son Bruno, in 1996. However, a year later, John was