Nigella Lawson Marks Inauguration Day By Sharing Recipe For Bitter Orange Tart
Plenty of people will have been cooking up a storm to serve up to socially distanced family and friends to mark the incoming Joe Biden-Kamala Harris Administration.
If you wanted something to celebrate or commiserate the occasion, then look no further than Nigella Lawson.
While the iconic British baking chef has loads of recipes in her arsenal, she's shared one in particular and it's a big jab at the now-former President Donald Trump.
She's shared with her fans the ingredients and method needed to make a Bitter Orange Tart.
"Well yes, Bitter Orange Tart just happens to be #RecipeOfTheDay," Nigella wrote on Twitter.
"Apart from anything else, there are more things to make with Seville oranges than marmalade. This is not complicated: the base is bashed ginger nuts.
"I should also let you know that if you don't have Seville oranges, the recipe also gives the option of using the juice of regular eating oranges and limes. Plus, the curd filling is fabulous just on bread or to sandwich a cake."
Nigella has been labelled a 'queen' and 'an absolute legend' for sharing the recipe on this auspicious day.
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While Donald Trump has officially left the White House, he's told his followers that he won't be disappearing from view altogether.
After leaving the White House, Trump arrived at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland via helicopter, issuing a speech to family, supporters and press before flying to Florida.
"I just want to say you are amazing people. This is a great, great country. It is my greatest honour and privilege to have been your president.
"I will always fight for you. I will be watching. I will be listening and I will tell you that the future of this country has never been better.
"I wish the new administration great luck and great success. I think they'll have great success - they have the foundation to do something really spectacular, and again, we put it in a position like it's never been before, despite the worst plague to hit since, I guess you'd say 1917 over 100 years ago.
"And despite that the things that we've done have been just incredible, and I couldn't have done it without you.
"So just a goodbye, we love you, we will be back in some form."
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