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Nigella Lawson represented her toast twice, and the British were really angry about it
Nigella Lawson represented her toast twice, and the British were really angry about it

Nigella Lawson represented her toast twice, and the British were really angry about it

London (CNN) – There is a handful of cooking Quagmires that have no clear reason and against the rest of the world, bitterly dividing England: the correct pronunciation of “scone,” for example, or at any stage Tea making process One should add milk.

Now, one of the nation’s most popular TV chefs has added another debate to the list – how, absolutely, to butter toast.

Nigella Lawson Attracted questions and sharing quotes from the Brits after demonstrating her technique for a simple job at her BBC show, “Nigella’s Eat, Cook, Repeat.”

The chef demonstrates the second stage of her process: the second butterfly.

From the BBC

The perfect approach, Lawson suggests, is not as clear as you might think: Lawson teaches the audience to spread the butter on a hot oven as soon as it leaves the oven, before letting it settle, apply a second layer of butter, and then finish with a pinch of salt.

Lawson explained that first aid makes the toast a “gorgeous bite,” Lawson explained. “Step Two Now – Ready?” She asked, encouraging the audience for what was to come. “I need a few more ounces of butter, and it’ll be on a thin gold plate on the floor.”

Lawson may not have expected the turmoil to arise from her highly controversial approach, though perhaps she should have – Britain is, after all, a country that has lost the momentum. The high street chain opens up the stomach sausage.

“Nigella shows the nation how to make buttermilk … 5 minutes I will not come back again,” an angry spectator wrote on Twitter.

“Nigella is the only person in the world who can make me hang on to her every time she tells me how to make cheese,” said the more sympathetic writer.

Tablets including Mail Online and Sun Lawson’s silent speech reports of some of the audience, meanwhile The Telegraph Fueled the fire by handing over the strategy to a half-successful chef – no one was able to duplicate the double-butter method.

But Lawson has found alternatives in other parts of the Internet. “I think it makes sense to say only Nigella,” said Alex Massie, editor of The Times.

BBC radio host Zoe Ball, who dedicated part of her Wednesday morning show “What did you start @Nigella_Lawson,” so that listeners can debate the issue.

Lawson has been a staple of British television for decades, having hosted her first cooking show in 1999.

The star-studded recipes and makeup have also earned her international acclaim, winning the “God of the Village” beauty pageant from music fans.