Feast by Nigella Lawson
Food to Celebrate Life

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Nigella Lawson, Gourmet magazine's "It Girl," New York Times "Dining In" columnist, and bestselling cookbook author, is celebrating life--and you're invited.

Feast, Nigella's most festive book yet, offers savory, spicy, and delicious recipes for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukah, Eid, New Year's, Passover, Easter gatherings, and any time you want to celebrate food and life. This book is filled with festive recipes, and in it, Nigella offers tips, tricks, and shortcuts that will ensure you dine with ease, style, and fun. Feast also includes some surprising gems, like Nigella's Chocolate Cake Hall of Fame, and her best cheeseburger. And like her other cookbooks, Feast is a cookbook that will be treasured all year long.

About Nigella Lawson

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Nigella Lawson is the author of How to Eat, How to Be a Domestic Goddess (for which she won the British Author of the Year Award), Nigella Bites, Forever Summer, and Feast . She has been profiled in the New York Times Magazine, Gourmet, and many other publications. She lives in London with her two children.
Published October 27, 2004 by Hachette Books. 480 pages
Genres: Self Help, Cooking, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Easter (March/April), Passover (April), Rosh Hashanah (September), Hallowe'en (October), Eid (November), Thanksgiving (November), Christmas (December), Festival of Lights (December) among official festivals, And should you get peckish along the way there are Kitchen Feasts and Kiddie Feasts, Geor...

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Publishers Weekly

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"Cooking has many functions, and only one of them is about feeding people," writes Lawson in a cookbook that makes the preparation of Thanksgiving, Christmas and other feasts seem so approachable and richly rewarding that it may coax even hardcore cynics or cowards to give roast turkey with all t...

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The Independent

Sometimes he is elsewhere in St Petersburg on police business, sometimes he is off on tomfool errands - such as going back to Moscow to fit a new gasket on his car engine.

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USA Today

The British author, New York Times food columnist and Style network food-series star focuses on celebrations and the special-yet-simple-to-make food that accompanies them.

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Despite little contact or affection from Philippe, young Marcel (Robert Ri'chard) and his sister Marie (Nicole Lyn) enjoy a privileged upbringing.

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The Daily Review

And although in previous books I have been disappointed by some of recipes, Kitchen makes me want to restock my kitchen with new ingredients, gadgets and utensils (her set-up tips in the book’s front section alone justify this book’s existence), and there are dozens of recipes I want to try.

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