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Cool down this summer with the delicious. August issue’s ice cream recipes including no-churn blackcurrant ripple and mint choc parfait bombes. Fishmeister Rick Stein cooks seasonal shellfish, Gill Meller gives rabbit burgers a grilling and Zoe Adjonyoh rustles up a spectacular Kenyan feast. Still feeling the heat? Try our fancy picnic, main meal salads or wow-factor veggie burger, but save space for Mary Berry’s easy bakes – the coconut meringue slices are divine. And you could win a posh Pashley cycle. Get on your bike and buy the August issue now!

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The bearded chef talks about his love of global food, learning to cut bread and eating on the beach – a side-effect of growing up in Cornwall
In this hymn to cupboard love, food writer Debora Robertson expresses her passion for those storecupboard ingredients that allow us to get dinner on the table without losing half a day – and possibly our minds
Finding herself in a food-craving pickle, Kay Plunkett-Hogge heads out of her comfort zone and discovers a whole new culinary world
Forager Wross Lawrence knows how to spot a feast where others just see foliage. Susan Low joined him in West Sussex as he searched for his award-winning sea purslane
Food festival season hits its peak next month with two of the biggest, most established events: Abergavenny in Wales and Aldeburgh on the Suffolk coast. Whether you head west or east, a feast of fun awaits – and this year we’ll be there too, to judge the regional heats of the delicious. Produce Awards, along with the Awards sponsors Fisher & Paykel. Be sure to come and say hello
Susy Atkins rounds up the best buys and top summery wines
WHERE Oliveology, The Cookhouse, Borough Market, London
Ah, to be down by the shore, with the cries of seabirds, the salt spray and the fulsome larder of our seas to gorge on. But where to stay to indulge in comfort? Look no further – we’ve scoured the length and breadth of the nation’s coastline to find four favourite spots
The city of Ghent, in northern Belgium’s Flanders region, is celebrated for its medieval art and architecture. The food, though, as Alexander Lobrano discovers, is a lot more up to date – get ready for yuzu and algae-glazed turbot, foraged-botanical gin and beyond-hipsterish beers
Are you flying off for some sun this summer, excited about all that al fresco scoffing and new flavours to discover? There’s a miserable obstacle to get through first, says travel writer Liz Edwards
Each month we’re creating an all-new recipe that’s
Who can resist the jingly, summery sound of an ice cream van? These recipes celebrate our love for the frozen stuff. We have a super-speedy no-churn ice cream sandwich, a salted caramel Italian-style gelato and a showstopper chocolate bombe… Form an orderly queue, please
You can’t go wrong with roast chicken, but when it incorporates the glorious colours and flavours of chorizo and fresh peppers, it raises the bar. Why keep it just for Sundays?
It’s the time of year for eating in the great outdoors, and what better fodder than a melt-in-the-mouth quiche? Food writer Debbie Major gives her version of a quiche lorraine – with added savouriness from cheese. She’s also conjured up a summery recipe using Boursin, quail eggs and chives. Time to shake out the picnic blanket…
He’s the go-to expert for everything you need to know about British fish and seafood – when it’s at its best, where to get it from and, most importantly, how to cook and enjoy it. These fresh-as-a-sea-breeze, flavour-packed recipes show off British shellfish in its prime
During his 11 years at River Cottage, our resident columnist has made an art of knowing when seasonal food is at its peak – and how to show it off to its best advantage. This month Gill turns his attention to rabbit, an under-appreciated, sustainable meat that’s at its best right now
Our writer in residence this month and next is the ubertalented Zoe Adjonyoh, chef, restaurateur, food writer and all-round champion of African cuisine. Earlier this year, she set off to explore Kenya, its food history, ingredients, influences and cooking methods. Inspired and enthused, she shows just how do-able a colourful Kenyan adventure is – in your own kitchen
delicious. reader Adam Ringrose moved to Canada when he was young, a life-changing moment full of new experiences – not to mention flavours. His love of food comes from his mother, whose baking was legendary, although his grandad had a big role to play too
We’ve all packed a few dodgy chicken drumsticks and curled sarnies in our time, but summer days are moments to relish and do it proper-like, with a feast spread out on a rug in a park, maybe for an open-air concert or a spot of Shakespeare. Try these sharing recipes for size
She’s a consummate cakemaker: a banisher of soggy bottoms and a technical whizz with bakes of all shapes and flavours. Yet Mary Berry is the first to assure novices that baking needn’t be tricky. These recipes from her new book demonstrate how simple it can be to produce moreishly impressive results
Who can resist a good sandwich? We’ve devised eight new ideas to add a whole new dimension to your lunch or afternoon tea
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Don’t let this month’s special ingredients linger in your kitchen. Instead make the most of them with these smart and easy ideas
delicious. editor Karen Barnes and River Cottage chef Gill Meller are hosting a day of foraging, cooking and feasting in Devon. What a treat it will be…
• An Italian weekend feast for sharing from Angela
Forget limp lettuce and skimpy portions: these salads are packed with flavour and hearty, good-for-you ingredients – properly satisfying, in other words. Try them on a salad naysayer and see if you can’t convince them
An all-in-one veggie dish that shows just how flavoursome a thrifty idea can be
Get your oily fish quota in this quick, zingy dish, which savvily uses frozen fish
This cook-once, eat-twice recipe makes the most of ripe summer veg. It’s the ultimate timesaver for busy weeknights
Make it ahead, then serve chilled on a hot day with a cool glass of dry sherry on the side
Take the hot dog up a notch with this winning combination of spiced crispy onions and sauerkraut
Use these juicy gems to create four speedy but special recipes. Dare we suggest weeknights will never be the same again?
Throw away that expensive facial serum: glowing skin could be yours just by heading to the kitchen… Really? Berries and citrus fruit are ‘proven complexion perfecters’, and for stronger, glossier hair, an avocado a day will ‘help the follicles work more efficiently’. If only life, ageless beauty (and health) were that simple, says a sceptical Sue Quinn
A quick miso marinade gives an umami-rich flavour to aubergine ‘steaks’ to replace traditional beef in this meat-free burger – and it happens to be vegan
I remember taking my first bite of summer roll in a
While the delicious. team are testing recipes, they’re
Brisket can be a tough joint, but this recipe guarantees fall-apart-tender meat with a Mexican flavour that will make your taste buds sit up and take notice
with watercress, courgette and almonds