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She traced her ancestors to Ashkenazi Jews who originate from eastern Europe and Germany, leaving Lawson surprised not to have Sephardi ancestry, as she had believed.
She also uncovered that her maternal great-great-great grandfather, Coenraad Sammes (later Coleman Joseph), had fled to England from Amsterdam in 1830 to escape a prison sentence following a conviction for theft.
Those who did criticise her often suggested she was too flirtatious; a commentator from The New York Times said, "Lawson's sexy roundness mixed with her speed-demon technique makes cooking dinner with Nigella look like a prelude to an orgy".
Time magazine wrote a favorable review of the show; "the real appeal of Feasts ...
I made them all put their money on the table in front of me.
The next day I had scrambled eggs for breakfast." Paul Levy of The Guardian wrote that the tone of the recipes was "just right.
She has a half-brother, Tom, who is currently headmaster at Eastbourne College, and a half-sister, Emily, her father's children by his second wife.
Her influence as a food commentator was also demonstrated in late 2006, when after she had lauded goose fat as being an essential ingredient for Christmas, sales percentages of the product increased significantly in the UK.Nigel and Vanessa Lawson divorced in 1980, when Nigella was 20.