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It was a British Guardian reviewer who hit on the reason for Nigella Lawson's extraordinary appeal: "She thinks," he wrote, "not just as cook, but as eater." Indeed, Nigella herself never pretends to be a trained chef; instead, she modestly presents herself as some one who cooks for pleasure. That humility extends to this cookbook, which contains a full banquet of everyday meals, quick-turnover lunches, and self-indulgent weekend feasts. In her new Nigella Kitchen, this Domestic Goddess doesn't disdain leftovers or money-savers and she comes to our rescue with tips about shopping and essential standby ingredients. And we haven't yet mentioned the best part: her delectable recipes for Asian braised beef, Clams with Chorizo; Pasta Genovese; and, dare we mention, Guinness Gingerbread. Worth recommending.