Cookalong Recipe: For some reason this is known in the Antipodes (and I got this recipe from a Kiwi) as Russian Fudge and, although I like this name better, I feel that it perhaps leads the rest of us to expect something altogether more exotic, when this is the plain, comforting, yet temple-achingly sweet, confection of my childhood.
Salted Chocolate Tart: I have always avoided making chocolate tarts, not out of laziness (I love a bit of pastry-making, in the right mood), but because I have never really felt that the pastry served the chocolate, or was worth the effort here. This is my simple solution: make a base out of chocolate biscuits. And the filling is just as easy to make, too.
Nigella's Quadruple Chocolate Loaf Cake - I've made this once every couple/few months for years, except changing the sour cream for yogurt/greek yogurt, and it's so super chocolately. Never even thought about pinning it as I've not needed a recipe for years, so remembered when I saw other pins! RLI firmly recommends!!
British cookbook author Nigella Lawson in her cookbook library in her London house. EA. Nigella Lawson's book in our library collection: http://catalog.lioninc.org/search~S29?/aLawson%2C+Nigella/alawson+nigella/1%2C1%2C9%2CB/exact&FF=alawson+nigella+1960&1%2C-1%2C/indexsort=r