Pocketmags Digital Magazines
Pocketmags Digital Magazines
   You are currently viewing the European Union version of the site.
Would you like to switch to your local site?

walk, eat, RELAX

CONSTABLE COUNTRY Dedham Vale, on the Essex-Suffolk border


Read the complete article and many more in this issue of delicious. Magazine
Purchase options below
If you own the issue, Login to read the full article now.
Single Digital Issue January 2019
This issue and other back issues are not included in a new delicious. Magazine subscription. Subscriptions include the latest regular issue and new issues released during your subscription.
Annual Digital Subscription SPECIAL OFFER: Was €35,99 Now €28,99 billed annually
6 Month Digital Subscription €18,99 billed twice a year
PRINT SUBSCRIPTION? Available at magazine.co.uk, the best magazine subscription offers online.
Available with
Pocketmags Plus
Unlimited Reading Subscription
Get unlimited access to delicious. Magazine and over 400 other great titles. Renews at €11,99 / month after 30 days. Cancel anytime.

This article is from...

View Issues
delicious. Magazine
January 2019

Other Articles in this Issue

Delicious UK
One of the things I love about January (and I’m guessing
Heritage restaurant Bibendum, in the iconic Michelin
* FAD-FREE insight * DEBUNKED food & health news
Make the most of leftovers (and save money) with these speedy, great-tasting suppers
Protein and energy bars and balls have sprinted to the front of the pack in terms of ‘healthy’ on-the-go snacks. They tempt us at the supermarket checkout, in health food stores and gyms as a wholesome energy boost. But does the evidence back up the claims? Sue Quinn chews it over
Visit a good butcher and pick up a juicy free-range chop to make this fuss-free, filling meal
Leftover ungrated celeriac and fennel will keep well
Invest some time on a free evening or at the weekend and make a big batch of this richly comforting beer-laced ragù. It will go with mash, pasta or into the filling for a cracking pie
Made traditionally, this crowdpleaser can pack a heavy calorific punch. Time for a fresher take
A seriously simple supper with the warming spices and comforting aromas of the Eastern Med
It might be an unexpected choice but it’s a fast, inexpensive way to brighten up winter – in dishes sweet and savoury
Check in here for a soul-reviving virtual holiday of the tastiest kind. Food writer and chef Peter Kuruvita whisks you away on a culinary journey with vibrant, intensely flavourful dishes from the Indian subcontinent. Prepare for a distinct brightening in your winter kitchen – the next best thing to being there
A good salad is all about your favourite ingredients meeting and mingling in the same place, with a punchy dressing to pull it all together. Think of it as a party on a plate and you’ll never consider it dull again. To show the heights salads can hit, we’ve gathered a trio of very different creations from three of our favourite chefs – all designed to brighten up your winter table
This year was my first Christmas in my own flat and
How do you decide what to buy? Everything you see and read about here has been chosen from the hundreds of products we see and test each year. Only the most useful, most beautiful and best value for money make it onto these pages
Your happiness is at stake!
The cook and campaigner talks about the healing power of food, culinary rituals and her love of mangoes
We’ve taken inspiration from bold flavours around the world to create these dig-in, please-all recipes. Choose from veggie nachos with a Mexican vibe, a Greek lamb and feta pasta bake and a stonking French-inspired cassoulet. Tray bien!
Great films and brilliant homemade food are made for each other. Starting this month, Kay Plunkett-Hogge and her partner Fred Hogge (a serious movie buf) are going to give you the makings of the best night in: a great film and a recipe inspired by it
A shoulder of lamb or hogget is a winter treat that’s best cooked long and slow. Served with polenta and brightly coloured veg, it brings a little Italian colour to a British winter
January is the time to pause for thought, slow everything down and revel in the warmth and comfort of home. This menu is the perfect excuse to invite a couple of friends over for feasting of the best fuss-free kind. Gather round…
We eat with our eyes, so the saying goes, but long
Gill Meller has dedicated his career to showing how to get the best from seasonal ingredients. Here he talks about how January brings a different tone to the kitchen
This is the result of a joint love afair I have for
This famous pastry from the Loire in France, which resembles the galette des rois, is traditionally made for Epiphany to mark the Three Kings’ visit to the baby Jesus. Debbie Major shares her classic recipe and gives it a seasonal savoury twist
A huge delicious. welcome to food writer Georgina Hayden who, every month, will be bringing enticing recipes from her kitchen table to yours. To kick things of she’s cooking hearty but wholesome dishes suited to the irst few weeks of the year – food that feeds body, heart and soul
…It has to be our fruity take on kheer, the spiced Indian rice pudding that epitomises sweet comfort food. Impossibly thick and creamy, it makes the most indulgent dessert when the frost is twinkling outside. Although it’s usually simmered on the hob, oven baking creates a caramelised skin to break through with your spoon, revealing the silky pudding beneath
Susy Atkins’ best bottles for January, plus great accompaniments for roast pork
Take your love of cooking to new heights with expert equipment, inspiration – and a pair of tickets to the new cooking event everyone’s going to be talking about
…and win luxury Viners pans, cutlery and knives
• Vintage-style slate-grey enamelware to adorn any
Don’t let this month’s special ingredients linger in your kitchen. Instead make the most of them with these smart and easy ideas
• Keep cosy with the ultimate toasted sarnies &
Complete the puzzle, take a picture and email it to
It’s fflavoursome and nutritious – so why do so many of us struggle to embrace the divisive South American seed? Writer and unapologetic quinoa fan Rhodri Marsden reckons that, basically, it’s because we’re British
While the delicious. team are testing recipes, they’re often debating the best ways to do things, as well as answering questions that arise in the test kitchen. What do you do with all those leftover festive nuts? Is it safe to reheat rice? Is British lamb in season at this time of year? And what do you do if your shortcrust pastry fails? It’s the kind of information you won’t find anywhere else, and it will take your food and cooking to the next level
This month we challenged cookery assistant (and seasoned skier) Olivia to perfect her recipe for the ultimate fondue. Take it from us: she’s cracked it. Meanwhile, we’ve eaten a lot of cheese in service to her pursuit of perfection. Yes, it’s time to hunker down with friends to indulge in one of the best cold-weather feasts ever invented (and don’t miss our twist on fondue, baked in the oven with potatoes –the cover recipe on p63)
If there’s an Indian street food that’s known all over