Why Nigella Lawson is a star in the UK

aThe morning before the meeting, Nigella Lawson said hello to the Daily Telegraph. Above, just below the latest developments in Afghanistan, the newspaper reports that the British “celebrity chef” has renamed one of its classic dishes. “Slut Red Raspberry in Chardonnay Jelly” is now called “Ruby Red Raspberry in Chardonnay Jelly”. “Slut” (bitch) has had a “rough, mean connotation” over the past twenty years, the paper quotes Cook and adds a clearer picture. One wonders: If the name change of an old dessert recipe makes it into the so-called top news column of a digital daily newspaper—then, yes, you’re clearly dealing with a true celebrity.

“Oh what,” Nigella Lawson waves, arranges the cutlery in front of her plate and puts on a mischievous smile. “Rather it reflects what our journalism has become.” Nigella Lawson is the perfect star: successful, beautiful, educated and, in an English way, humble. “Nigella” is so famous in the state that she has been compared to Lady Di in some writings—the only other woman who didn’t need a surname to be recognized. When asked about this, she again finds an elegant way: “Even in kindergarten I didn’t need a surname – it’s only because of my ridiculous first name.”

“I’m Not a Person of Small Parts”

A pizza is already in front of us, pre-cut into six pieces. She’s always a little impatient when it comes to food, Nigella says apologetically. Your conversation partner should choose the next course, but he or she prefers to be guided by an experienced hand. Nigella’s has been known as the “River Cafe” since it opened in 1987; She wrote the first review, back in Spectator. Dishes are chosen quickly, each one, she suggests, to be shared.

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The good old lunch is really out of fashion in busy, health-crazy London, and those who still eat lunch usually skip it over a salad. Do not swallow The fig salad comes with lobster, then a lobster penne and a large plate of Vitello Tonato. “I’m not a person for small portions, even though I eat less now than I used to,” she says. “A friend said recently, however, that I would still eat more than a normal person.”

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