I bought "Nigella Bites" since I'd enjoyed "How To Eat" and "How To Be A Domestic Goddess" and absolutely loved them. I thought that this book would be just as good.
Sadly, I found "Nigella Bites" too similar in content, same jokes, same opinions, same old - same old. I guessed that maybe Nigella had said it all already and was just trying to push out another book.
Truthfully, I love Nigella Lawson's style of writing, I relate to her attitude in the kitchen, her thoughts and her descriptions of the things she loves...I can't bare to watch her on TV. The book "Nigella Bites" is directly related to her TV series, I couldn't bring myself to sit through hours of watching her trailing through her home and entertaining her guests, to me its irrelevant.
I wouldn't recommend this book, though would strongly recommend the two others above (I didn't read "Forever Summer" since the reviews were not good either). I am looking forward to the new release in November 2004 of "Feast" and am keeping my fingers crossed that it will be as exciting as her other books.