DESSERT COOKBOOK Of The Month (Nov-Dec) - HOW TO BE A DOMESTIC GODDESS by NIGELLA LAWSON
So the votes are in (all 13 of them) and the winner, with 9 votes, is HOW TO BE A DOMESTIC GODDESS by Nigella "The Babe" Lawson.
GREAT STICKY BUNS, etc.got 4 votes.
So we'll start on November 1st when I will post the individual threads. I need to pick up my copy at the library or else I'd have to make up the chapters and that wouldn't be helpful at all.
I want to put out the possiblity of doing BOTH BOOKS.. Don't know how anybody feels about it, but I'd be willing since the initial work of prepping the various threads isn't exactly back-breaking toil.
So let me know if you HATE THAT IDEA or LOVE THAT IDEA? Is it a good accommodation of those who voted for it or a bad idea and let's just stick with the one Nigella book?
Okay, here we go. I suggest the following threads:
CAKES and PIES
COOKIES, SCONES and MUFFINS
BREAD AND YEAST
DESSERTS and CHOCOLATE
CHILDREN and CHRISTMAS
THE DOMESTIC GODDESS’ PANTRY
I had a hard time finding Nigella recipes from this specific book online. Her website is down (in the process of redesigning). Any links you all can find would be GREATLY appreciated.
I agree that it should be one book, and I am very excited that it is Domestic Goddess. I feel that Nigella's language is so seductive, that you can't help but want to cook from the book. I've made a couple of things, and though they've been good, I don't feel that they have been 100% successful, so I am very interested to hear how everyone fares with the recipes.
I agree about Nigella's enthusiasm being contagious. Although I've not made anything from HTBADG, I've made several other dessert-y type things such as Honey Pine Nut Semifreddo, Chocolate gingerbread, a wonderful coconut cake and a few others I can't remember without looking them up. They've all been realllly good.