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donna hay magazine June/July 2018

Be inspired by the world’s most beautiful yet practical food magazine – donna hay magazine. All about empowering the home cook, the magazine takes a simple and modern approach to cooking and entertaining year round. Beautiful and practical, every issue is filled with seasonal recipes, cooking tips, weeknight dinner solutions and innovative food and styling ideas to make sure everything looks as good as it tastes. The magazine’s focus is on basic ingredients, simply prepared and beautifully photographed, setting the benchmark for food publishing worldwide.

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“Whether you love to bake or spend hours over a slow-cooked dish, this issue is here to brighten your winter days.” We’ve had such a lovely warm autumn here in Australia, but now I’m finding myself craving those fresh, chillier winter nights that are perfect for cosying up indoors. Add good company and great food, and I’m a happy girl! Filling your winter days with warmth and comfort is easy when you have stunning recipes to choose from, and here we’ve curated an inspiring seasonal collection for you. Choose from slow-cooked dishes (p94) you can spend contented hours over, to simple soups for wholesome weeknight dinners and, of course, beautiful baked treats. My favourite sweets in these pages are the clever and oh-so pretty cakes and…

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beauty essentials

1. GO WITH THE GLOW Ideal for everyday office wear, Maestro Glow’s sheer coverage gives my skin even tone and a healthy glow. 2. UP IN LIGHTS I love this softly illuminating, bronzing highlighter, which brightens the area under my eyes and outer cheeks. 3. FRESH FACED For a fresh, even look, I apply Charlotte Tilbury’s Hollywood Flawless Filter under my sheer foundation. 4. ALL-IN-ONE While travelling, I love Mecca’s multi-purpose In a Good Light moisturiser. It hydrates and protects my skin, while providing a light, dewy, even finish. 5. SUN-KISSED On weekends, Laura Mercier’s tinted moisturiser with SPF creates an effortlessly even look, plus sun protection.PHOTOGRAPHY CHRIS COURT STYLING DONNA HAY. MAESTRO GLOW, FROM GIORGIO ARMANI BEAUTY. FILMSTAR BRONZE AND GLOW, FROM CHARLOTTE TILBURY. HOLLYWOOD FLAWLESS FILTER,…

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armchair escape

FEED THE SENSES When I’m not filling my home with the aroma of baked treats, I love to indulge my senses with light, delicate fragrances, good-quality milk chocolate, a deep cup of coffee and an inspiring read. A COSY CORNER Much of my day is spent rushing about, so, when winter evenings return, I seize the opportunity to sink into a comfy armchair, curl up with a soft blanket and while away the night in the pages of a novel.PHOTOGRAPHY WILLIAM MEPPEM STYLING HANNAH BRADY. BRONTE LOVE SEAT, LINEN SLIPCOVER AND WHITE AND BLACK LOG STOOLS, ALL FROM URBAN COUTURE. BLANKETS FROM BEMBOKA. PREMIUM MILK CHOCOLATE TABLET, FROM HAIGH’S CHOCOLATES. MAISON MARGIELA LAZY SUNDAY MORNING EDT, FROM MECCA. DIPTYQUE FEU DE BOIS CANDLE, FROM MECCA. ALL THE LIGHT…

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wooden accents

1 . A textured table. WHITE MERCI N°1 XL, TAN MERCI N°2 L, WHITE MERCI N°3 M , TAN MERCI N°4 S, TAN TAS MERCI N°9, AND WHITE TAS MERCI N°9, all from Mamapapa. TWIG FLATWARE SET, from West Elm. ANTLER BUTTONS, from 1803. TIMBER TUMBLER, from Mamapapa. PORTO BASIX LINEN NAPKIN, from Hale Mercantile Co. 2 . Playful style. THINKING SWING, from Pop and Scott. 3 . Traveller’s wares. ANTLER RACK, from 1803. FELT DRAWSTRING BAG, from Mamapapa. WHEAT BAMBOO BLANKET, from Bemboka. (PHOTOGRAPHY WILLIAM MEPPEM STYLING HANNAH BRADY) Just like a naturally rugged landscape, a well-ornamented room features an assortment of grainy and smooth textures in seemlessly blended earthy tones. ■…

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fast weeknight meals

(RECIPES JESSICA BROOK + GEORGIE ESDAILE) ROASTED LAMB with PARSNIP MASH and HARISSA BROCCOLINI GIVE chicken schnitzel A DELICIOUS NEW TWIST, WITH CRUNCHY PANKO CRUMBS, A STICKY SOY DRESSING AND A DASH OF CHILLI TO FINISH. ROASTED LAMB with PARSNIP MASH and HARISSA BROCCOLINI 6 sprigs oregano 3 x 350g lamb shoulder roasts 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil sea salt and cracked black pepper 150g unsalted butter, chopped and softened 1 teaspoon harissa paste 200g broccolini 300g sebago (starchy) potatoes, peeled and thinly sliced 600g parsnips, peeled and thinly sliced ¾ cup (180ml) single (pouring) cream Preheat oven to 220°C (425°F). Place the oregano on top of each lamb shoulder and tie with kitchen string to secure. Place the…

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staff shortcuts

peanut butter “As versatile as it is addictive, peanut butter is a must-have item in my pantry. Its nutty taste and oily texture makes it ideal for sauces.” GEORGIE, FOOD EDITOR SPINACH DUMPLINGS with PEANUT SAUCE 2 x 300g bunches English spinach, trimmed 4 dried shiitake mushrooms, soaked and drained 227g can sliced water chestnuts, drained and chopped 2 teaspoons grated ginger 1 clove garlic, crushed 2 tablespoons oyster sauce 30 square wonton wrappers black sesame seeds, to serve micro (baby) mint leaves, to serve chilli oil, to serve peanut sauce ¼ cup (70g) smooth peanut butter 1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar 2 teaspoons soy sauce 1 clove garlic, crushed 1 teaspoon grated ginger …