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Video: Nigella Lawson on 'poetry' of baking

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This week, self-confessed "gadget freak" Nigella Lawson joined Stylist editor Lisa Smosarski at the Apple Store in London to talk about her new iPad app.

Nigella's award-winning cookery app was recently upgraded from iPhone to iPad. Her new Quick Collection for iPad includes bonus recipes and a what's in your fridge? and food mood sections, among many other jazzy features.

See Nigella talk about the app, along with her view on the "chemistry and poetry" of cooking, in exclusive video highlights from the event below.

Nigella previously guest-edited a Christmas issue of Stylist. Click here to read it

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