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How to Be a Domestic Goddess by Nigella Lawson
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If any of you know me well, you know that I worship Nigella Lawson. I adore her way of writing and how her cookbooks are also a good book you can fall into as she describes why and how she does all she does. I love her style of writing and her love of food without any apologies. If I could meet one person, it would be her. Her cookbooks are awesome, though I really feel like I would only attempt to make maybe half (or less) of the stuff in it. While I say that, every time I look through them (which is often) I find something else I want to try to make that I overlooked the time before.

If you try this particular cookbook, try the pizza (with your own toppings) in the bread section. I can't remember what it's officially called, but my pizza loving family deemed it better than restaurant pizza.
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