Flecked with chilli and sherry-spiked, #recipeoftheday
is linguine with mussels
Photograph by @petrinatinslay
And you can get the recipe by tapping on link in bio
A particular favourite from #HowToEat
: Tagliatelle with Chicken from the Venetian Ghetto. It’s a Premium Recipe, which means you need to be signed up to my website, nigella.com, to get it, but it’s the work of a moment and costs nothing! And to get to the recipe click on link in bio.
As many of you know, there are no food photographs in the book, but this picture has been specially taken for nigella.com by Lis Parsons
The picture you see here is of the tray of chicken I roasted with the contents of my vegetable drawer at the weekend; pic two is the pilaff of leftovers I made today. Gorgeously satisfying way to cook
Just had the most wonderful lunch in Newcastle at @_thebroadchare.
I chose the place (after scouring the internet) on account of the Monday Special, Mince and Dumplings, which you see here and which was extraordinarily good. As were (you can see pictures by swiping) the startery plates of 2) cauliflower fritters and curry mayonnaise and 3) deep-fried monkfish cheeks with tartare sauce, and pud, 4) steamed syrup sponge with custard. Head Chef Dan Warren has the lightest touch, and everyone there was lovely. I just have to come back again soon, and I think it has to be a Wednesday next time when the Special is Ham Shank and Pease Pudding. I’ve left you with the list of daily specials too (pic 5).Maybe I’ll have to spend a week here. I want everything (and I rather liked the look of the Christmas menu online too). Anyway, I’m suitably buoyed up for my night on stage at The Sage tonight. I’m so looking forward to it.