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Not Quite Nigella
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Lorraine is writing what in many ways could be the memoir for Generation X. She had a high-flying advertising job with a fab salary but she didn't love it. And each day she wondered how she could spend more time following her passion - food. Finally, prompted by her husband, the mysterious Mr NQN, she creates a blog about recipes and restaurants and ditches her day job. Her chapters include: telling her parents she's quit her job; explaining her new job to her weirder than weird mother-in-law; how she fell in love with food; what she would eat if it could be anything in the world; why bacon goes with anything and everything; how to get people to take a blog seriously; whether you can actually make a living out of a blog; and why sweet is better than savoury. Lorraine writes wonderfully about food and makes up crazy, fabulous recipes, but she also explores in a very inspiring way the (Gen X) pre-mid-life-crisis and what to do when you are not living the life you want.
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An edition of this book was published by Penguin Australia.
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