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Kitchen revolution: how Nigella Lawson changed food writing

21 mins | Nov 13, 2020
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How "Cook, Eat, Repeat" became a lockdown antidote. "How to Eat", Nigella Lawson's first cookbook, was funny, literary, irreverent and completely reinvented the format. Now, over two decades later, Bee Wilson explores in the Guardian why the adored cook's evocative, appetite-driven food writing influenced a generation.
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