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I own several of Nigels books & love them all, this is no exceptionPublished 2 days ago by Johanna Thompson
Excellent cookbook. I'm working through it now actually as a mini project and aside from some things that I simply can't find in Chicago like golden syrup or pigeon or fresh... Read morePublished 1 month ago by giuliettaroma
Nigels recipes are so easy but so delicious. So far all have been a successPublished 4 months ago by Stabledoor
Whenever I'm feeling burned out on my standard meals, I pop open Slater's beautifully narrated kitchen diary and find myself inspired. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Katherine Richards
I got this as a gift for my fiance who loves to cook. The book is enjoyable to just sit and read and also has unique but easy recipes. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Melissa Tetzner
The binding inside was coming undone and the book look worn. Description indicated that it was new. Very very disappointedPublished 19 months ago by lebirdie
Excellent cookbook, nice little stories. But don't expect a bunch o master recipes! It is Nigel Slater's cooking journal, and nothing else.Published on March 12, 2013 by Margarita
Stimulates the mind as well as the desire for good simple , tasty food!
Great for browsing.Daughters are avid readers and cooks, and thus my interest.
Nigel is one of those authors who has the ability to transport his readers to another place in time via his unique writing style. Read morePublished on February 10, 2013 by sherry klusman