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Nigella Lawson dubbed a ‘hero’ after sharing photos of CAULDRON filled with packets of crisps

Nigella Lawson has been branded a ‘goddess’ and a ‘hero’ after sharing a photo of the cauldron full of crisps she keeps in her house.

The London-based TV cook, 61,  first shared a photo of her a giant vat of crisps during the England- Denmark semi-final last week, and posted another restocked version of the snack tub during England’s nail-biting final against Italy last night.

Inspiring hundreds of others, many posted snaps of their own versions joking it was their ‘favourite Nigella recipe to date’.

The cauldron, which she described as ‘half-time snackage’ contains dozens of salty treats, including  Twiglets, Ready Salted Walkers, Salt and Vinegar Quavers, Cheesy Wotsits, Pork Scratchings and even Guinness flavoured snacks.

Nigella Lawson has been branded a ‘goddess’ and a ‘hero’ after sharing a photo of the cauldron full of crisps she keeps in her house.

After receiving hundreds of responses from people who loved the idea, Nigella shared a photo again last night writing: ‘Crisp Cauldron restocked for tonight!’ with a picture featuring Salt and Vinegar Walkers and Monster Munch, as well as Hula Hoops.

Revealing the cauldron is there ‘all year round’ she added that when her children were young they would hide in it, but now they’ve grown up she’s ‘replaced them with crisps’.

Responding to a fan who asked how big it was, Nigella responded: ‘Diameter 60cm; depth 40cm. My children used to like hiding in it when they were little (and it didn’t even have crisps in it then!)’.

She added that she likes all sorts of crisps ‘not just posh ones’ with Monster Munch and Twiglets among her favourites, and added that if she were to eat upmarket crisps Burts Guinness variety would be her top pick.

The London-based TV cook, 61, first shared a photo of her a giant vat of crisps during the England- Denmark semi-final last week, and posted another restocked version of the snack tub during England's nail-biting final against Italy last night.

The London-based TV cook, 61, first shared a photo of her a giant vat of crisps during the England- Denmark semi-final last week, and posted another restocked version of the snack tub during England’s nail-biting final against Italy last night.

Hundreds of fans took to Twitter to praise the idea with one writing: ‘This is why she will always be my hero…’ 

‘I have figured out what’s missing from my life, and it’s a crisp cauldron,’ said one. 

‘Further proof that Nigella is the greatest women ever to have lived,’ added another. 

‘Every home should have a crisp cauldron,’ commented a third. 

‘Finally, I have something in common with the culinary skills of Nigella,’ joked another.

‘Pickled onion Monster Munch,Michelin star,’ said a fourth. 

Inspiring hundreds of others, many posted snaps of their own versions joking it was their 'favourite Nigella recipe to date'. The cauldron, which she described as 'half-time snackage' contains dozens of salty treats, including Twiglets, Ready Salted Walkers, Salt and Vinegar Quavers, Cheesy Wotsits, Pork Scratchings and even Guinness flavoured snacks.

Inspiring hundreds of others, many posted snaps of their own versions joking it was their ‘favourite Nigella recipe to date’. The cauldron, which she described as ‘half-time snackage’ contains dozens of salty treats, including Twiglets, Ready Salted Walkers, Salt and Vinegar Quavers, Cheesy Wotsits, Pork Scratchings and even Guinness flavoured snacks. 

Hundreds of fans took to Twitter to praise the idea with one writing: 'This is why she will always be my hero…'

Hundreds of fans took to Twitter to praise the idea with one writing: ‘This is why she will always be my hero…’

Others made their own versions, with one writing: ‘Loved making this Nigella recipe’ and sharing a snap of their crisps.

‘My crisp collection is literally part of the furniture,’ added another. 

It comes as England suffered a heartbreaking defeat on penalties after a 1-1 draw in 90 minutes at the Euro 2020 final last night.

After both teams failed to score in extra time, England lost 3-2 to the Azzuri. 

 

Others made their own versions, with one writing: 'Loved making this Nigella recipe' and sharing a snap of their crisps

Others made their own versions, with one writing: ‘Loved making this Nigella recipe’ and sharing a snap of their crisps

This morning, England manager Gareth Southgate savaged the abuse of his players as ‘unforgivable’ after they were trolled by racists overnight.

He blasted mindless social media morons who bombarded Bukayo Saka, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho with vile slurs after they missed penalties during the team’s Euro 2020 final loss.

The England boss hit out after Prince William and the Prime Minister branded the abuse unacceptable and sickening after the defeat by Italy at Wembley.

Facebook, which owns Instagram, this morning said it had tried to remove comments and accounts directing abuse at England’s footballers, but many were still visible this lunchtime.

The huge tech firm insisted: ‘No one thing will fix this challenge overnight, but we’re committed to keeping our community safe from abuse.’

Twitter said it had taken 1,000 racist tweets down and suspended accounts.


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