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Nigella Lawson

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I think sometimes that people assume because I'm on television I'm an expert, but I think the whole point of what I do is that I'm not and I don't have any training. My approach isn't about a fancy ingredient or style. I cook what I love to eat.
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As quoted in "British sensation Lawson says cooking should be about fun, family" by Beth Cooney in Oakland Tribune (4 June 2003)

 
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