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It all started from there.” The book was also called Kitchen Confidential, and since it appeared Bourdain has published eight more books as well as appearing in several television series.Hence, I suppose, the movie-star mirror surrounded with light bulbs perched on the draining board in the kitchen area.For some, pencil dresses conjure up images of boring "work clothes" but here Nigella Lawson is doing everything in her power to banish such unsavory sartorial notions.The chef is looking her typical gorgeous self in this bright blue Midhurst pencil dress from Diva Catwalk which features a plunging v-neck and super stretch fabric that sculpts her famous curves no end.” Draped over a sofa like an irascible Elizabeth Taylor, Lawson gives a husky reply – “Yes” – before draining her champagne glass.But whether her success can survive Lawson’s self-confessed cocaine and marijuana dabbling remains to be seen.The panel don’t meet the cooks until after they’ve been selected; in this respect it is more The Voice than X Factor – and are not told whether they are eating food prepared by a home or restaurant cook. “What makes this show special is that the professionals and home cooks can really compete on an equal footing.
“Anyone who knows Nigella and works with her is lucky.” Lawson herself seems to have got lucky with the American series of The Taste, which aired in spring last year.
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Not just with headline-grabbing interviews, but by starring in a new television series that casts her – with some irony, given her pre-Christmas starring role as a witness in the trial of her former assistants – in the role of a judge.
And by her side when The Taste airs on Channel 4 next week will be an American whose own past life has not been short of lurid episodes: a former chef, self-confessed kitchen hellraiser and reformed user of hard drugs by the name of Anthony Bourdain.