Nigella Lawson bites back after being urged to cut back on carbs

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‘This was my dinner! It’s not an instruction!’ Nigella Lawson bites back after being urged to cut down on carb-based recipes while enjoying a pasta dish at a restaurant

She is known for her spicy allusions and lavish parties.

Still, Nigella Lawson showed her bolder side on Thursday when she bit an Instagram follower after sharing a photo of her dinner.

The culinary icon, 61, posted an image of her meal at London’s chic eatery Locanda Locatelli and when she was schooled in carbohydrate consumption by one of her 2.5 million followers, she was quick to make an extraordinarily brutal comeback. to make.

Ooh!  Nigella Lawson showed her bolder side on Thursday when she bit an Instagram follower after sharing a photo of her dinner

Ooh! Nigella Lawson showed her bolder side on Thursday when she bit an Instagram follower after sharing a photo of her dinner

In Nigella’s original post, she shared a photo of her delicious looking pasta dish.

She added a caption: ‘What a treat and a joy to be back at @locandalocatelli. I feasted on their delicious lobster linguine (among other delicacies); the bowl of deep green behind it is their compelling nettle and snail risotto.’

Under her photo and in response to the pasta choice, one of her followers wrote: ‘Can you please have some low-carb meals? Carbohydrates cause insulin production, which reduces the production of lipase, which leads to fat absorption.’

Seemingly – and rightly so – baffled, Nigella responded by pointing out that it wasn’t a recipe but a meal: ‘@richardellisjones This was my dinner! It’s not an instruction.”

Hey!?  The culinary icon, 61, posted an image of her meal at chic London restaurant Locanda Locatelli and when she was schooled in carbohydrate consumption by one of her 2.5 million followers, she was quick to make an extraordinarily cheeky comeback.

Hey!?  The culinary icon, 61, posted an image of her meal at chic London restaurant Locanda Locatelli and when she was schooled in carbohydrate consumption by one of her 2.5 million followers, she was quick to make an extraordinarily cheeky comeback.

Hey!? The culinary icon, 61, posted an image of her meal at chic London restaurant Locanda Locatelli and when she was schooled in carbohydrate consumption by one of her 2.5 million followers, she was quick to make an extraordinarily cheeky comeback.

It's dinner!  Seemingly - and rightly so - baffled, Nigella responded by pointing out that it wasn't a recipe but a meal: '@richardellisjones This was my dinner!  It's not an instruction

It's dinner!  Seemingly - and rightly so - baffled, Nigella responded by pointing out that it wasn't a recipe but a meal: '@richardellisjones This was my dinner!  It's not an instruction

It’s dinner! Seemingly – and rightly so – baffled, Nigella responded by pointing out that it wasn’t a recipe but a meal: ‘@richardellisjones This was my dinner! It’s not an instruction

The commentator in question got some mocking comments, to which he replied: ‘It was just a general question, nothing to do with questioning your tea Nigella. Gosh, looks like a lot of uptight people are following you.”

When someone else asked if she had dessert, she revealed, “I had pistachio ice cream! And thank you – I’m so happy’.

The exchange comes after Nigella admitted that she occasionally thinks “why didn’t I hold back” during filming, but that it made her feel “even more uncomfortable.”

In a candid interview, she insisted she “don’t focus” on what people say about her and that her desire for comfort is “much greater” than her vanity these days.

Oh... The commentator in question got some mocking comments, to which he replied, 'It was just a general question, nothing to do with questioning your tea Nigella.  Gosh, it seems like a lot of tense people are following you'

Oh... The commentator in question got some mocking comments, to which he replied, 'It was just a general question, nothing to do with questioning your tea Nigella.  Gosh, it seems like a lot of tense people are following you'

Oh… The commentator in question got some mocking comments, to which he replied, ‘It was just a general question, nothing to do with questioning your tea Nigella. Gosh, it seems like a lot of tense people are following you’

Nigella added that after reaching a “certain age” in life, she enjoys “downright lazing” in her house and sticking to a “baggy black thing” wardrobe.

To talk with People, the star said: ‘A lot of people in my family have died of cancer, and I don’t think you can witness that and equate thinness with health. It’s quite alarming.

“I don’t focus on what people say about me, even when I’m filming. I sometimes think, “Oh, why didn’t I hold back my belly?” but it doesn’t last because I was trying to be something other than me which would make me feel even more uncomfortable.

‘The shape of your body, that’s where the flesh settles, isn’t it? There’s not much you can do about that.’

Laughs: The exchange comes after Nigella admitted she occasionally thinks 'why didn't I hold my stomach' during filming, but that it made her feel 'even more uncomfortable'

Laughs: The exchange comes after Nigella admitted she occasionally thinks 'why didn't I hold my stomach' during filming, but that it made her feel 'even more uncomfortable'

Laughs: The exchange comes after Nigella admitted she occasionally thinks ‘why didn’t I hold my stomach’ during filming, but that it made her feel ‘even more uncomfortable’

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