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Pictured: Nigella Lawson at Belfast book signing

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Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson in Belfast to launch her new cookery book. (Pacemaker/Stephen Davidson)

Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson appeared at Eason's flagship store in Belfast on Friday to sign copies of her latest book.

Fans arrived at the Donegall Place site to meet the culinary star and have her sign a copy of her latest venture, At My Table: A Celebration of Home Cooking.

During her visit, Nigella took time to chat with her local fans, including Jane Noble from Bangor who was only to happy to talk cooking with the TV star.

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Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson jokes with local fan Jane Noble from Bangor (Pacemaker/Stephen Davidson)

The award-winning television cook's eleventh book is said to be filled with "warming, comforting, and inspirational" recipes which she describes as "new riffs on classic dishes".

The new book celebrates the food Nigella loves to cook for friends and family, including Chicken Fricassée and Sticky Toffee Pudding.

There is also a host of new dishes and ingredients, from Aubergine Fatteh to White Miso Hummus.

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Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson with local fan Jane Noble from Bangor (Pacemaker/Stephen Davidson)

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Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson in Belfast to launch her new cookery book. (Pacemaker/Stephen Davidson)
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Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson jokes with local fan Jane Noble from Bangor (Pacemaker/Stephen Davidson)
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Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson with local fan Jane Noble from Bangor (Pacemaker/Stephen Davidson)
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Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson jokes with local fan Jane Noble from Bangor (Pacemaker/Stephen Davidson)
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Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson with local fan Jane Noble from Bangor (Pacemaker/Stephen Davidson)