Nigella Lawson joins us this week with her new book Nigellissima: Easy Italian-Inspired Recipes. And we meet up with Joe Warwick, who has compiled a guide of chefs' favorite restaurants worldwide, Where Chefs Eat.
After a promotional photoshoot for ABC's primetime cooking show The Taste, Nigella Lawson blogged about a minor spat with the program's marketing department, in which she refused to allow her body shape to be altered in post-production.
The Southern biscuit is a separating-the-men-from-the-boys achievement. Nathalie Dupree, one of the queens of Southern cooking and co-author of Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking, shares her secrets.
The tomato is one of those foods that many countries have appropriated; China, Italy and Mexico all boast about their tomatoes. But is there really a perfect tomato? Reporter Arthur Allen set out to find out in Ripe: The Search for the Perfect Tomato.
Nigella Lawson is a judge on and a producer of ABC’s primetime cooking competition show, The Taste. She shares why she champions home cooking, what she likes about blind tasting, and more about the show’s “shouty” boys.
At 17, Nigella Lawson fell in love -- with Italy. The love affair turned out to be more than a just another teen romance. Decades later, the author of Nigellissima shares her stories about the country and its food.
Have you ever wondered where chefs eat when they aren’t in their own kitchen? From cheap to expensive, from breakfast to late night, from neighborhood joints to one-of-a-kind restaurants, Where Chefs Eat by Joe Warwick lists more than 2,500 places from 400 chefs around the world.