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The delicious. November issue brings you the joy of festive anticipation and will help you dream, plan and cook the best Christmas ever. Find our freeze-ahead soups, braises, cookies and puds; Rick Stein and Gill Meller's favourite festive dishes and Delia’s most loved Christmas cake; centrepiece roasts from MasterChef winner Kenny Tutt and Matt Tebbutt, and not forgetting 16 pages of brilliant veggie and vegan recipes to see you through the feasting. Plus foodie gifts and gifts for foodies. It’s got everything you need for Christmas.

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Delicious UK
We’re doing Christmas slightly differently in 2019.
Take a breath, daydream for a moment or two, make notes…
READ ALL ABOUT IT
1 A VISIT TO DENNIS SEVERS’ HOUSE, an 18th-century
The October issue celebrated 50 years since Delia’s
The star chef and MasterChef judge on why he’s now the most relaxed he’s ever been – and what he’ll be asking Father Christmas for this year
Christmas is coming and with it a chance to spoil loved ones with a carefully chosen present. Enter our dynamite finds for the food and drink obsessed. Scissors and Sellotape at the ready!
The onset of the festivities is nigh… Whether the prospect of the season of goodwill brings you out in tingles of ‘bring it on’ anticipation or a few minor hives, Debora Robertson has some sage, sanity-saving words of advice
It’s the simplest starter or party spread: an assembly job of bought-in elements, the success of which hangs on the quality of the items you choose. Henrietta Green, founder of the British Charcuterie Awards, explains how to get it right
A secret recipe and a 165-year legacy are key ingredients of Grasmere Gingerbread. Phoebe Stone visited Cumbria to meet the custodians of this (crumbly) slice of history
White or red, sparkling or still, spirit or cider… Whatever your favourite tipple, Susy Atkins has the bottle to get your party started
KINLOCH LODGE, SCOTLAND
Every year I have a hope. A hope that this will be
WHERE HH&Co Backstage, Lime Wood, Lyndhurst
Remember when Christmas shopping was a joyful tradition – looking in twinkly shop windows rather than browser windows? Three food writers bring back the festive magic with their home city tips for present buying. And why not make an event of it with a slap-up lunch and overnight stay?
If you’re looking to buy some ingredients for your Christmas recipes, or just fancy a break from the festive madness, how about a quick trip to Morocco? As Les Dunn discovered, Fez’s medina entices with the aroma of exotic spices and delicious street food. Even in November, temperatures hit the 20s, and this otherworldly milieu is only a three-hour flight away
Enjoy a quiet moment with a cuppa, a mince pie and our two-part short story, written exclusively for delicious. by chef, Bake Off judge and novelist Prue Leith. In part one, it’s Christmas Eve and emotions are running high
This Italian dish is a pastryless quiche – a cross between a flan and a soufflé. According to Italian food writer Antonio Piccinardi, the word sformato derives from sformare, which means to unmould.
OTHER GOOD THINGS
…You could WIN dinner at Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons
It’s always good to shine a new light on something
• Mix-&-match menus: starters, mains, sides
Get 2020 off to the best of starts by coming to this very special dinner, with dishes chosen by Tom to celebrate his latest cookbook
Don’t let this month’s special ingredients linger in your kitchen. Instead make the most of them with these smart and easy ideas
Complete the puzzle, take a picture and email it to
YOUR RECIPE INSPIRATION
For Gill Meller, festive daydreaming begins in early November. Planning what to cook is almost as enjoyable as the moment itself; it’s all about the anticipation of warm and wonderful times – and good things to eat. What will be on his table this year? Turn the page to find out
What are the most useful recipes to magic up and squirrel away, ready for the warm & twinkly times ahead? Here are five winners to get you started, from a crowdpleasing pie and casserole to the best mince pies, slice-and-bake cookies and trad-with-a-twist pudding of 2019
Ever fancied freeing up the oven and cooking the turkey on the barbie? This is the moment! This stellar collection of main-event showstoppers, full of vibrant flavours, will give you plenty of plan-ahead inspiration for your festive table
Chosen for Harvey Nichols by editor Karen Barnes
There’s no one quite like Rick Stein for creating dishes to make you hungry. He has turned to France as inspiration for his latest book, and the recipes are so good you’ll want to get into the kitchen immediately, whether to set you up for the day, prepare a satisfying lunch, cook for friends or simply to revel in the joy of the very finest home cooking
Memories, emotions and cooking traditions combine at this time of year in one big celebration. We asked five food writers from different cultures to tell us about the people, places and dishes that make their Christmas special
If Christmas in Connecticut (1945) is the black-and-white festive movie you’ve never heard of, it’s time to acquaint yourself with a comedy classic – with comfort food on the side
Forget weedy canapés. If you’re after vibrant, flavour-packed food to make your bash go with a bang, these lip-smacking delights will satisfy even the hungriest of guests
In this new series, national treasure Delia looks back over her five decades of food writing to tell the story of some of her greatest hits – starting with her famous Christmas cake
Celebrated chocolatier Paul gears up for maximum creativity during the weeks ahead. His spiced-up creation more than matches a classic fruitcake in the seasonal flavour stakes, plus you can make and freeze it ahead of time. And, well, chocolate…
Making edible gifts for friends is one of the pleasures of the build-up to Christmas – and if you make Georgina Hayden’s wall-hanging Advent calendar too, you can tuck in some morsels for your household to take turns opening. No cheating on the days, please…
It’s that moment in the year when it seems there’s more to do –in less time. What’s needed are quick, simple, universally appealing dishes to satisfy whoever you find at your table