Nigella Lawson

One of the most beloved British food writers of our time, Nigella Lawson is the author of several bestselling cookbooks and the host of internationally popular TV shows, such as Nigella Bites, Nigellissima and Nigella: At My Table.

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The wait is over! Nigella, one of the nation’s most celebrated and beloved cooks, is back with another exquisite book. Beautiful, inspiring and entertaining in equal parts, Cook, Eat, Repeat reflects Nigella’s culinary philosophy, offering us her witty, insightful essays about food and its pivotal role in our lives, as well as treating us to tantalising, brand-new recipes from her kitchen.

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Books by Nigella Lawson

Cook, Eat, Repeat
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How To Eat
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At My Table
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Nigella Express
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Nigella Kitchen
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Nigellissima
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Nigella Bites (Nigella Collection)
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Feast
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How To Be A Domestic Goddess
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Simply Nigella
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Kitchen
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How To Eat
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Nigella Summer
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Eating
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Nigella Christmas
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Biography

After graduating from Oxford, where she studied medieval and modern languages at Lady Margaret Hall, Lawson embarked on a career in journalism as a restaurant critic for the Spectator. In 1986, she became the deputy literary editor of the Sunday Times at the age of 26, and subsequently worked as a freelance journalist writing for the Daily Telegraph, the Evening Standard, the Times Literary Supplement and Vogue, amongst others.

Lawson published her first, highly successful culinary guide How to Eat in 1998, and the following year began her television career with the cookery show Nigella Bites for Channel 4. The show attracted millions of viewers and won her several accolades, including the Best Television Food Show at the World Food Media Awards in 2001. Her second book How to be a Domestic Goddess (2000) was another roaring success, earning her the British Book Award for Author of the Year.

Between 2001 and 2017, Lawson published a further nine cookbooks, including Feast: Food to Celebrate Life, Nigella Express, Nigellissima: Instant Italian Inspiration, Simply Nigella and At My Table: A Celebration of Home Cooking, cementing her reputation as one of the nation’s favourite cooks.