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We’re celebrating summer in our June issue with cocktail cheesecakes – hic, hic, hooray, fish dishes and delights from the Med, not to mention the FREE 16-page Italian special. Elsewhere Ben Tish roasts pork with peaches, Gill Meller grills a rack of mutton and Felicity Cloake embarks on a Famous Five-style feast. Followers of foodie fashion will love the Caravan cornbread brunch, Berber & Q sharing feast and the latest hot cake from Dominique Ansel’s bakery. Plus we have two sweet and succulent strawberry and meringue desserts.

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The Great British Bake Off judge, restaurateur, food writer, educator and novelist reflects on cooking and remembers falling in love in Paris
“These pages are about us doing the hard work so you
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Family firm T Soanes & Son have been farming chickens for more than 70 years. Phoebe Stone pays them a visit in Yorkshire to discover the realities of rearing free-range poultry
Peas please our columnist, but she doesn’t like to buy them in the supermarket – and not just because of the threat of trolley collision…
There seems to be a consensus with food: top restaurants are filled with people saying the cooking is marvellous. But every now and then you eat something you’re not keen on, only to find someone else loves it. Is our sense of flavour shared or is it subjective? Dr Len Fisher reveals how genetics, culture and experience influence more than you might have thought
Food festival season is in full swing and food lovers across the land are planning weekends of making merry. Wherever you’re going, here’s how to ensure good times
Susy Atkins rounds up best buys and top summery wines
Statistics show that 20 per cent of all the food we buy gets chucked away – a figure that’s risen since 2012. Although, realistically, it’s tricky to eliminate every scrap of your food waste, minimising it is a goal we can all work towards. We asked food writer Ramona Andrews and her family to try a no-waste challenge for a week. Here’s how they got on
Is it cheating to use clever shortcut ingredients from the supermarket? Not if the end result tastes great and helps you get a healthy nutritious meal on the table in close to 30 minutes. Who doesn’t need a few recipe tricks like these up their sleeve on a weeknight?
Couscous in the fridge? Rustle up these Middle Eastern spiced meaty morsels in half an hour
A filling bowlful with colour, texture and great taste that’s ready in minutes – give your taste buds a treat
A thrifty recipe that punches above its weight with storecupboard spices and the zing of feta
A sizzling supper that gives maximum satisfaction – and it’s ready in minutes
Whip up a big pot of these satisfying meatballs and serve half with rice or pasta, then use the rest to make this classic sub
A fresh, vibrant bowl of goodness that’s ready in just 20 minutes
Marinating this on a Thursday night is the secret to an awesome end-of-week treat better than any takeaway
Keep a pack of this salty Greek cheese in the fridge. It’s versatile, has a good shelf life – and tastes great in recipes like these
A web search for ‘is chocolate a superfood’ yields almost 7 million results, with news and wellness sites featuring chocolate on their lists of must-eat nutritious foods. But can confectionery – even if it contains less sugar than most – ever be that good for us? Sue Quinn investigates
(good for mind, body & soul)
These incredibly moist, chocolatey brownies are eggfree, dairy-free and low in fat
WHERE Demuths Cookery School, Bath (demuths.co.uk)
The capital of northern Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region has long been revered for its food by its country folk. Now it seems we’ve all caught on, with increasing numbers of tourists drawn to this booming culinary hub. Resident Sarah Lane shares the best her city has to offer
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• Felicity Cloake dons the yellow jersey for a culinary
Planning your summer holiday? Do yourself a favour and give the time-honoured beach-body diet a miss this year, says chef, food blogger and author Anthony Warner, aka The Angry Chef
Grana Padano cheese goes through various ageing and production processes to create three distinct varieties
YOUR RECIPE INSPIRATION
Judging from your feedback, this cream cheese confection is right at the top of your desert island desserts. We’ve ramped it up another notch this month with three cocktail-inspired recipes – all wickedly good
“This is a summery spin on roast pork. I use yellow
Beloved of London’s food-trend chasers, the original Caravan restaurant had them queuing out the door for this brunch dish. Now you can make like a hipster and knock it together in your own kitchen on a lazy Saturday (craft beer on the side optional)
Chef Diego Cardoso learned his love of food back in Argentina, where the aroma of grilling meat and his mother’s emapanadas, followed by a snooze, were sacred rituals
United Nations World Oceans Day falls on 8 June and there’s no better time than early summer to enjoy fresh fish. Research shows our nation’s shoppers are, on the whole, keen to eat fish that’s sustainably caught, landed and sourced, but it’s not always easy to know what to choose when you’re faced with a glistening array of (ideally) bright-eyed specimens. Follow our tip boxes, try something new and be inspired by these wonderful recipes to enjoy the ocean’s harvest at its best
“Courgettes are the perfect summer vegetable – versatile
After 11 years at River Cottage, Gill’s made an art of knowing when seasonal food is at its peak – and how to show it off to its best advantage. This month he turns his attention to mutton: so full of flavour, yet still so underappreciated
Chef and restaurateur Josh Katz is the new king of the barbecue – and it’s not just meat that gets graced with smoke and flame to emerge as something more than the sum of its parts… This meatless sharing menu is a flavour-packed triumph
Get summer off to a rip-roaring start with Felicity Cloake’s blueprint for a glorious rain-or-shine picnic. The recipes are full of the flavours of early summer, and Felicity keeps it fresh with new spins on some British classics. Bring on the lashings of ginger beer
We’ve teamed up with Yeo Valley to offer you the chance to explore their organic family farm in Somerset. You’ll see how they create their wonderful produce, and enjoy lots of great local food and drink
This crowdpleasing trio of strawberries, cream and meringue is said to have originated at Eton College in the late 19th century after a pavlova-style dessert was dropped – but, says British cookery expert Debbie Major, whether it came about by mishap or design is uncertain. What is certain is its timeless appeal
OTHER GOOD THINGS
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Congratulations to delicious.reader Lesley Grant, whose enticing recipe has won her a year’s supply of Brockmans Gin
Don’t let this month’s special ingredients linger in your kitchen. Instead make the most of them with these smart and easy ideas
A luxury stay in Edinburgh, superb accommodation and a vibrant Eastern Mediterranean feast
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BE A BETTER COOK
While the delicious.team are testing recipes, they’re often debating the best ways to do things, as well as answering cooking questions that arise in the test kitchen. What’s the best way to prepare globe artichokes? How do you make the perfect meringue? Can you rescue an over-proved dough? It’s the kind of information you won’t find anywhere else, and it will help take your cooking to the next level.
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