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Domestic Goddess Nigella Lawson thrills Canary Wharf crowd

14:09 24 October 2012

Tv chef Nigella signing her book "Nigellissima" in Canary Wharf

Tv chef Nigella signing her book "Nigellissima" in Canary Wharf

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Domestic goddess Nigella Lawson had the crowd eating out of her hands at a book signing in Canary Wharf on Wednesday.

Culinary Queen Nigella appeared at Waterstones in Jubilee Place shopping mall as part of a tour marking the launch of her latest book, Nigellissima, in which she shares her favourite Italian recipes.

The book launch coincides with Nigella’s latest BBC Two series, also called Nigellissima.

Canary Wharf worker Swati Sherma said: “I love Nigella. It’s a dream come true to meet her in person.”

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