Nigella Lawson serves up feel-good food

An interview with Nigella Lawson about her latest book, Simply Nigella: a collection of 125 recipes designed to be a pleasure in both the preparation and the eating.

PHOTO: Christopher Lewis; Nigella Lawson’s latest book, Simply Nigella, is a collection of 125 recipes designed to be a pleasure in both the preparation and the eating.
 
Laura Brehaut, National Post
Originally published on November 9, 2015; National Post
 
Rolling meatballs, chopping onions, breaking a head of cauliflower into florets: kitchen tasks can hold a meditative quality. The rhythm in repetition can lead to relaxation. We can take our time if we wish, easing into the endeavour rather than viewing it as a burden. It may have been a harried day at work but once at home, in the kitchen, we know just what to do.
 
 
PUBLISHED IN PRINT:
Montreal Gazette: November 11, 2015; page B1 / Front 
Windsor Star: November 11, 2015; page C1 / Front 
The Province: November 15, 2015; page B4
Saskatoon StarPhoenix: November 21, 2015; page E11
Brantford Expositor: November 21, 2015; page D1/Front
Daily Observer (Pembroke): November 21, 2015; page B11
Sarnia Observer: November 21, 2015; page D3
Sudbury Star: November 21, 2015; page C9
Peterborough Examiner: November 24, 2015; page C2
London Free Press: November 28, 2015; page F6
Owen Sound Sun Times: November 27, 2015; page C7
Northumberland Today: November 27, 2015; page D5
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