How to Eat: The Pleasures and Principles of Good Food
"[Nigella] brings you into her life and tells you how she thinks about food, how meals come together in her head . . . and how she cooks for family and friends. . . . A breakthrough . . . with hundreds of appealing and accessible recipes."
–Amanda Hesser, The New York Times
"Nigella Lawson serves up irony and sensuality with her comforting recipes . . . the Queen of Come-On Cooking."
"A chatty, sometimes cheeky, celebration of home-cooked meals."
"Nigella Lawson is, whisks down, Britain’s funniest and sexiest food writer, a raconteur who is delicious whether detailing every step on the way towards a heavenly roast chicken and root vegetable couscous or explaining why ‘cooking is not just about joining the dots’."
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Review: How to Eat: The Pleasures and Principles of Good FoodUser Review - Beverly - Goodreads
The majority of the recipes sound really tasty, but there wasn't anything new or surprising to me in her recipes. It's kind of an updated, British, Joy of Cooking-type cookbook. Very useful for daily home cooking, not too exciting when you want to challenge yourself. Read full review
Review: How to Eat: The Pleasures and Principles of Good FoodUser Review - Erin - Goodreads
No pictures?! How did I miss the fact this cookbook has no pictures? Read full review