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Simply Nigella

Simply Nigella is British Food TV series. Stars: Nigella Lawson. It first aired on Nov 02, 2015, on BBC Two. The series has 7.9 * rating by IMDb.


How Many Seasons Of Simply Nigella Are Out: 1 (7 episodes)

Season 2


Season 1

Season premieres on November 2, 2015

BBC Two, 7 episodes

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Simply Nigella is on BBC Two (United Kingdom) Mondays at 8 pm

Last episode:

S1E7 (Christmas Special) - Air Date: Dec 14, 2015 (3 years ago)

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Review: Simply Nigella, Simply Dysphoria - The London Economic - via Thelondoneconomic

On balance, the show does offer some moments of respite from all this general hysteria. There is peace in the dysphoric realm of flora we can assume is the garden. This is where our heroine lavishly languishes in luxury – a hallucinogenic dreamscape of jungles and groundbreaking levels of soft-focus. And that’s perhaps the only advice to give for watching this show: consume something extra-curricular in preparation.

Simply Nigella, Lawson back on BBC for first time since divorce | Daily Star - Daily Star - via Dailystar

Nigella Lawson's granola recipe on Simply Nigella angers Twitter for 'not being proper cooking' and 'expensive' - The Independent - via Independent

FremantleMedia International Takes Distribution Rights To BBC Two's 'Simply Nigella' - TVWise - via Tvwise

Simply Nigella, episode one, review: 'a tried and tested recipe' - - via Telegraph

Simply Nigella, BBC Two - The Arts Desk - via Theartsdesk

This series features the sort of quick but wholesome recipes that can be rustled together after a tiring day at the office. (Presumably Nigella has friends who can tell her what those are like.) And in fairness, the recipes look good: simple but flavoursome ingredients, and even simpler techniques involving much use of aforementioned fingers, both in the preparation and eating. The lamb ribs with cumin used a neglected ingredient in an imaginative way. It was difficult to be sure, given the copious soft-focus on her in-laws enjoying the result, but they looked delicious. These recipes are so simple Nigella runs the risk of not selling the books.  


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