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Adele 'to cook with Nigella' 

added: 30 Dec 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Adele is set to get a one-on-one cookery master class with Nigella Lawson.

The Rolling in the Deep singer received the private lesson as a Christmas present from one of her son''s "Godfairies".

Adele''s son Angelo with her partner Simon Konecki was born in October 2012, and the award-winning singer''s close friends have since been on hand to look after the tot.

"Adele has a group of close male friends who she calls ''Angelo''s Godfairies'', because she isn''t religious and doesn''t believe in traditional godparents.

"One of her close circle thought to give her the Nigella present this Xmas because she''s become so keen on cooking," a source told British newspaper The Daily Star.

Adele is reportedly a big fan of Nigella''s food, and the 24-year-old singer is even thought to have followed the chef''s Christmas turkey in brine recipe, along with some of her edible decorations for her own festive dinner.

And the admiration is reciprocated by Nigella, who is a big fan of Adele''s music.

"Adele loves cooking traditional English meals and nobody does that better than Nigella. Adele admires her and is keen to learn more, so it was the perfect present for her," the source continued.

TV chef Nigella is famous for her seductive presenting style, and is often referred to as a domestic goddess.

But the 53-year-old baking beauty has had to withstand a tough year which included splitting from her husband Charles Saatchi after a photo of him seemingly grabbing her by the throat was released.

She was also forced to admit her drug use during a court case in which two of her and Charles' former employees were accused of fraud. The former couple lost the case.

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