British celebrity cookbook author, television host, and vision of loveliness Nigella Lawson is a frequent guest on NPR's "Morning Edition," where you can usually hear Steve Inskeep fawning over her food.
Of course, said food comes under fire for the massive amounts of butter and bacon which Lawson uses. That is, of course, why everything she makes seems to sound like a deliverance of manna from heaven.
You can listen to Lawson when she appears on today's "Up to Date" with Steve Kraske on KCUR 89.3FM at 11 a.m. You can safely assume there will be food consumed. Lawson's voice sounds like it's describing sexual acts when she talks about the way food tastes, so make sure you're wearing loose pants when listening.
If you so desire, Nigella Lawson will be at the Unity Temple on the Plaza tonight at 7 p.m., promoting her new book Nigella Christmas: Food Family Friends Festivities. The event is sponsored by Rainy Day Books and is $35, which gets you a copy of the book, and admittance to the event.