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Feast: Food to Celebrate Life by Nigella Lawson

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  • Banana buttermilk pancakes

    • louie734 on March 26, 2013

      These are a bit magical in that they barely taste of banana but achieve a special lightness from its inclusion.

  • Chocolate Guinness cake

    • louie734 on March 26, 2013

      The most-requested cake in our house. Beautiful to look at and a batter for the truly lazy - everything is stirred in the saucepan. A moist cake that always sinks in the center, the better to fill with the extremely good, just-sweet-enough cream cheese frosting. A pleasure to look at and to eat.

    • Laurendmck on March 17, 2018

      p. 286. I've made this several times, this time without the frosting, for simplicity's sake. It's wonderful.

    • stockholm28 on January 30, 2017

      Very tasty and moist chocolate cake. Mine sunk in the middle but just added extra icing in the center.

  • Lemon meringue cake

    • Jane on October 17, 2013

      This is one of my standby desserts. Always have all the ingredients in the house and it's a quick and easy dessert that looks and tastes like it took a lot more effort.

  • Chocolate Malteser cake

    • Jane on April 09, 2018

      This a regular favorite birthday cake in my family. This time the request was for a chocolate ganache coating rather than the buttercream. I made a half quantity of the buttercream as the filling.

  • Rice and meatballs

  • Muttar paneer

  • Spaghetti alle vongole

  • Red kidney bean dip

  • Ritzy chicken nuggets

    • jumali on January 03, 2011

      Greasy and bland.

  • Lamb shanks with figs and honey

    • jzanger on February 03, 2011

      This was really delicious. I halved it and ended up making a gravy with the liquid at the end. Would also be great with prunes. I added a healthy amount of salt at the end which really tied the flavors together.

  • One-pan sage-and-onion chicken and sausage

    • Krisb on November 21, 2010

      Be sure to check doneness frequently -- the time/temp given seems to lead to overdone chicken and sausage.

  • Rhubarb muffins

    • Vand11 on January 29, 2011

      Can Use 8 Grain Cereal in lieu of wheat germ.

  • Cornbread, cranberry and orange stuffing

    • JoannaV on November 28, 2010

      the cornbread part was very easy and tasty - worked great in a stuffing

  • Chewy macaroons

    • PatriciaScarpin on January 20, 2012

      So, so good - and easy. Very chewy on the inside - marzipany, actually - with a hint of rosewater - just heavenly.

  • Lentils braised in red wine

    • mrsjencarlson on August 04, 2012

      this was amazing. restaurant quality, and so easy. i used pre-cooked lentils, cut out the water and just used the wine. amazing. really good with mustard glazed fish.

  • Toblerone fondue

    • bching on December 31, 2015

      A family favorite in the winter. Delicious with pieces of dried apricot to dunk.

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  • ISBN 10 1401394345
  • ISBN 13 9781401394349
  • Published Mar 01 2009
  • Format eBook
  • Page Count 480
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Hyperion Books
  • Imprint Hyperion Books


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