Nigel slater kitchen diaries recipes

NIGEL SLATER’S VICTORIA TRAYBAKE

NIGEL SLATER’S VICTORIA TRAYBAKE

This morning I made some Cherry Scones (using Paul Hollywood’s recipe) and then this lovely bake from NigelSlater The KitchenDiaries II
The Ranelagh Kitchen Diaries - part one

The Ranelagh Kitchen Diaries - part one

In terms of posts for this coming year, I've been inspired by NigelSlater'sKitchenDiaries, both volumes of which I found lounging around at home over Christmas
Braised neck of lamb with apricots and cinnamon

Braised neck of lamb with apricots and cinnamon

This recipe is from NigelSlater’s The KitchenDiaries II. Like the rest of Slater’s work, it’s a beautifully written book – it continues to stagger me how well crafted his books are
A Summer Fruits Picnic Cake

A Summer Fruits Picnic Cake

I’m never one to pass up the opportunity to bake and share a cake, so my offering for the picnic was a summer fruits cake based on this recipe by NigelSlater
Dish of the Month - March 2013

Dish of the Month - March 2013

It's time to launch another month of Dish of the Month a blog event to celebrate the recipes of NigelSlater
A pear and almond cake

A pear and almond cake

A lovely puddingy moist cake for a cold winter evening, this is based on a similar recipe by NigelSlater in The KitchenDiaries
Bacon-wrapped Salmon

Bacon-wrapped Salmon

Then along came NigelSlater’sKitchenDiaries II to the rescue and the first recipe I made a beeline for was Bacon-wrapped Salmon

random recipes meets alphabakes - roundup

it's an Avocado and Bacon Salad, taken from NigelSlater's The KitchenDiaries. here's the amazing Charlene from Food Glorious Food with a Cinnamon and Almond Cake from Nigellisima by Nigella Lawson
Spicy Chickpea Stew

Spicy Chickpea Stew

This dish is adapted from a recipe in NigelSlater’sKitchenDiaries II. This Spicy Chickpea Stew is based on a recipe from NigelSlater’s book
Cook the Books – Demerara Lemon Cake

Cook the Books – Demerara Lemon Cake

NigelSlater’s recipes seem to have a resonance that are simultaneously timeless and on trend. It was his ‘Real Fast Food’ to which I first turned when I would come home from a long day at work and it is his ‘KitchenDiaries” today to which I will always flip through to get inspiration

Do your cookbooks tell a story about you?

Nigelslater’skitchendiaries is also one of my favourite books, his writing style and casual approach to cooking is what I love the most, this book is an arm-chair companion as well as a recipe book

Sick Days: An Ode to a Spanish Omelette

Day one, I couldn’t actually turn my thoughts into physical things – so other than one half of a tuna sandwich lovingly made for me, I settled on buying NigelSlater’s Simple Suppers (the first series) from iTunes and whiling the afternoon away watching him stirring up pork and apples in his shallow casserole, folding berries into whipped mascarpone and sizzling sausages with mustard and honey at his perfect, shiny, kitchen island while he cooed softly to the camera
Addicted to cookbooks

Addicted to cookbooks

The KitchenDiaries II - a true classic from NigelSlater. I'm pretty lucky that I have space for book shelves in my kitchen but they just aren't enough and my books have now spilled down onto the counters