Monday, March 31, 2014

A Welcome 'Toast' to Nigel Slater!

It's time to welcome our newest IHCC Chef...

Nigel Slater!

"No matter how bad things get, it's impossible not to love someone who made you toast. Once you've bitten through that crusty surface, to the softer underneath and tasted the warm salty butter, you're lost forever."--Young Nigel Slater, Toast



Time to make a dish to welcome Nigel! You don't have to welcome him with toast, or even a drink to toast with--you can welcome him with any dish you want. Just make sure you use a Nigel Slater recipe from online or one of his books and be sure to post it by Sunday, April 6th

Please remember to link a thumbnail image of your dish and don't forget leave a comment after you link so that we don't miss out on your post.

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New to IHCC?  Need help linking up? Check out our Welcome page. If you have any questions please leave a comment below and we will get back with you.

If you didn't get a chance to see how we said goodbye to Donna, check out the Catch Ya Later Donna Hay post and check out the fabulous Donna dishes and roundups!


13 comments:

Tina said...

Very excited to be trying Nigel's recipes and ideas for 6 months!

Zosia said...

I'm welcoming Nigel with a salmon-spinach appetizer.

Susan Lindquist said...

Here's to Nigel Slater! Cold and icy here yesterday, so it was a gnocchi kind of day!

ostwestwind said...

Is it ok if I leave my link every now and then? I can't do it regulary, but I like Nigel

Deb in Hawaii said...

Ulrike, Absolutely! Join in whenever you can. We are a very relaxed group here. Themes are listed at least a month in advance on the side bar but really the only 'rule' is that it be a Nigel Slater recipe through our cooking time with him (Sept. 28) unless it is a Potluck week when we can make a recipe from Nigel or any of our previous IHCC chefs.

We are happy to have you participate whenever you get the chance!

Aloha,

Deb

kitchen flavours said...

I'm welcoming Nigel Slater into my kitchen with a baked chicken dish and it was delicious! Looking forward to six whole months of delicious coooking!

Deb in Hawaii said...

I made Nigel's 'Need's must' pasta--a simple fettuccine Alfredo. Quick and decadent. ;-)

Pam said...

I only have one book from Nigel, will probably need to add more :)

Michelle Meche said...

Well, after Donna Hay, I can't get enough Spatchcocked Chicken. Nigel Slater serves his with a fabulous Spinach Couscous.

Couscous & Consciousness said...

I've made pumpkin pangrattato with spicy merguez sausages and black olives - quite possibly one of my most favourite dishes ever. Definitely a keeper.

ostwestwind said...

Thanks Deb. I served a simple simple mozzarella herb toast ;-)

Andreas said...

Post is up. :)

Kim said...

Started off with a gorgeous breakfast, Nigel's Smoothie in a Bowl.