I remembered to watch this programme, with the partner’s help. We like watching cookery programmes (and everything) together.
BBC Food has 3 recipes from the first episode. In the first segment she goes to someone’s house and shows her how to make a few time-saving noodle soups in jars. The woman’s little boy loves his soup. The way he says “it’s so yummy” is adorable.
I like this one. So gonna make it.
Nadiya is engaging and convincing. She makes it look easy. She’ll have more series in the future, I hope. Nadiya is a success and seems very confident on screen. Considering she was bullied and has anxiety. I certainly could never be able do any of her work (being an accomplished home cook, bake-off winner, presenter, marriage and motherhood and so on.).
(John Hartley - a culinary patriot eating & cooking in Northwest England)
I think the egg rolls are the only thing I’d consider making from that episode.
She recently did a documentary called something like “Anxiety & me”. Those sort of docs don’t appeal to me but they do to herself who has recorded it. I think it was a short series of docs with famous people talking about their mental health issues.
Finally available on Netflix! I can relate to her reliance on convenience foods and high-impact, punchy flavors. Not sure all of it appeals to my sensibilities or palate, but she’s fun to watch - and cleverly creative.
I just happened to notice that today! Hmmmm…probably not a coincidence.
I saw it on here.
“You’ve blown through every season of Chef’s Table . You know all the special guests who’ve appeared on Jon Favreau’s The Chef Show . You can’t wait entire weeks between new episodes of Top Chef. Now what? Grub Street has dug into the deep corners of the internet to round up some of the best, and lesser-known, food shows that you can watch right now…”
Oh wait…maybe not. I get a LOT of “curated” lists.