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Good Housekeeping UK April 2019

Good Housekeeping Magazine gives you the best recipes, health advice, beauty and fashion expertise, consumer testing reports, great ideas for your home and real life inspirational stories. It is the one magazine you can always trust for expertise and tireless attention to detail delivered in a positive and accessible way which gives readers direct access to “the best of everything”.

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Hearst Magazines UK
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your joys of spring

Thank heavens! Though winter has certain fabulous things going for it, I’m definitely more of a spring and summer girl, and I really love this time of year – especially the longer days and sense of warmer months to come. There are delicious ingredients to savour, such pretty clothes to buy and the unmistakable scent of fresh grass and blooming flowers in the air. To welcome the season and inspire you to get the most out of it, the team has been hard at work – developing new recipes, creating some truly fantastic floral arrangements and putting gorgeous new looks together. I do hope you enjoy what we’ve come up with. I think you’ll agree we’ve also got some great reading in this issue. I suspect, like me, two of our…

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worth sharing write, email, facebook or tweet

Q. What’s the nicest thing a stranger has ever done for you? A. I had postnatal depression with my firstborn. While putting my shopping away at the supermarket, a lady came over and gave me some flowers. She said, ‘I can see you’re struggling. I’ve been there, done that and come out of the other side. Be strong.’ I burst into tears. I’ll never forget that gesture. EMILY SMITHER I’m a nurse, and once, after a sad day at work, I walked home in tears. I popped into a cafe to get a cup of tea, but the man serving wouldn’t take my money. He said I looked like I needed a little love. SHELLEY BLISS-TOMLINSON The kindest thing a stranger did for me was pay for my shopping when I had forgotten…

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good ideas for april

COMPILED BY: AMANDA MARCANTONIO, CAROLYN BAILEY, JAMES CUNNINGHAM, GILLIAN DAVIES, GABRIELLA ENGLISH, REBECCA HULL, ALICE SHIELDS…

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‘life is a holiday because i’m doing what i love’

“Darcey is very special” With more than 70 cookery books under her Hermès belt and a TV career still going from strength to strength, you’d forgive Mary Berry for wanting a break. Yet, at 84, Mary shows no sign of slowing down. Not even a whiff! Mary’s back on our screens and shelves this month, fronting a new TV series and book of fast recipes, Mary Berry’s Quick Cooking. We’ll get to see Mary casting her eye over tagine-cooking techniques in Marrakech, negotiating the roads of Rome on the back of a scooter, and even stealing the show playing drums with singer Rick Astley at a music festival. Today on our shoot, however, it’s her working cocker spaniel Darcey who’s stealing the show, charming everyone with her big brown eyes and chocolatecoloured coat.…

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bake it easy with mary!

PASSION FRUIT AND ORANGE CHEESECAKE Quick, light and simple – with no gelatine! Use oat biscuits as a variation if you like a textured cheesecake base. Hands-on time 15min, plus overnight chilling. Cooking time about 2min. Serves 8 FOR THE BASE ♦ 75g (3oz) butter, plus extra to grease♦ 150g (5oz) digestive biscuits FOR THE TOPPING♦ 4 passion fruit♦ 250g (9oz) full-fat mascarpone cheese, see Mary’s Tip♦ ½ x 325g jar good-quality orange curd, see GH Tip♦ 1 orange♦ 200ml (7fl oz) double cream, lightly whipped 1 Grease a 20.5cm (8in) round springform tin and line the base with a disc of baking parchment. 2 First make the cheesecake base. Place the biscuits on a board and use a rolling pin to crush into fine crumbs (or whizz in a food processor). Melt the butter in…

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power shower

WORK IT Ready for a work wardrobe rethink? Broaden your horizons and try wearing tailored shorts to the office. Knee-length and slimline, black city shorts will be as hard-working as your trusty black trousers. Unexpected downpour? Stay dry with a statement brolly and waterproof bomber. RIGHT AS RAIN Whether you’re on dogwalking duties or heading to the shops, go for a hooded jacket in a zingy colour – roll up the sleeves and give your practical waterproof jacket a modern edge. Skirts and dresses with trainers? Absolutely. You’ll feel ready to take on any weather! PICK A PAC-A-MAC Every woman needs a chic roll-up-and-keep-in-yourhandbag cagoule. Styled with a sporty side-stripe trouser, see-through clutch and spring’s major fashion footwear: the comfy, chunky Velcro sandal. It brings ‘sensible’ dressing to a cooler place. IN THE PINK It’s raining, it’s…

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