up a storm with Nigella Lawson
Night with Jonathan Ross, 10.35pm, Friday 10 October, BBC ONE
Ross worships at the shrine of Domestic Goddess Nigella Lawson and
turns chef himself tonight.
a cookery demonstration he faithfully reproduces - under strict
supervision - deep-fried batter-covered Bounty bars, adapted from
Nigella's own recipe in her best-selling book, How to be a Domestic
her first TV interview since her marriage to Charles Saatchi last
month, Nigella discusses her attitude to her shape, her weight and
all women I go up and down in my weight. I bought some scales in
January and kept them in the kitchen, but now they're my chocolate
I lose weight Charles tells me to bulk up."
think food's sexy. People who don't like food aren't taking part
in life properly."
also reveals that:
did a [cookery] course once in a hotel in Cornwall and set fire
to the kitchen";
is chronically accident-prone;
next project is a book about using food to mark occasions, including
a rainbow sponge for a coming-out feast;
her favourite junk food is "salt-and-vinegar crisps in one
hand and a white chocolate Magnum in the other".
also welcomed to the show Jamie Theakston, Mackenzie Crook
(Gareth in BBC comedy The Office) and, in a rare interview, Blur
frontman Damon Albarn, who also performed live their new
single Good Song from the award-winning album Think Tank.
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