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Nigella illustrated for Emerald Street

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Can't get enough of Nigella following our salted-caramel soaked cover? Then here are two more striking images of the domestic goddess to pore over.

As well as guest-editing this week's issue of Stylist, Nigella also popped over to our sister publication Emerald Street, to lend a hand on the daily email. Not only did she share her indulgent Bacon Brownie recipe with subscribers, she also appeared in our inboxes via these beautiful illustrations. Created by Francesca Waddell, who draws all the Emerald Street girls, the results are so lovely, we just had to share them with you.

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