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Woman & Home Feel Good Food

June 2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Woman & Home Feel Good is the only wellbeing and fitness title that offers women of any age, any shape, any fitness level, the inspiration to feel fabulous every day. Simple changes that fit real life are the prescription to make the most of your looks, feel younger, fitter, and slimmer, reduce stress, get more vitality and live a healthier life. The magazine is divided into sections focusing on wellbeing, beauty, diet, fitness, health and ‘inner you’ and is packed with tips, expert advice and best buys.

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United Kingdom
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English
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TI-Media
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editorial

Here at Feel Good Food we often talk about produce being “in season”. But I believe people have their seasons too. Being half-Turkish, half-French with fully Mediterranean blood, summer is mine. I finally come alive and feel as awake as a cucumber plunged into a jug of Pimm’s. There is so much delicious produce around right now – there is no excuse for not loading your body with fresh fruit and veg, and giving yourself a fantastic immune-system boost before next season. Even better, a new study says that women who eat a diet rich in fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as moderately drinking red wine and fresh coffee, may have a increased defence against breast cancer after 45. Red wine, berries, vegetables and wholegrains all contain the phenolic acids that have this…

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woman home feel good food

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meet our chefs

Georgina Hayden Georgina Hayden is a food writer and stylist. Growing up above her grandparents’ Greek Cypriot taverna in Tufnell Park, she developed a love of cooking from the recipes passed down to her. As a teenager, she ran a stall at a farmers’ market. Her passion for food landed her work on food magazines, and then Jamie Oliver’s food team for 12 years. Georgina’s mouthwatering meals are inspired by her family, her heritage and her love of travel. She documents her food adventures on Instagram @georgie puddingnpie and@peaandthepod. Taverna is her second book. Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy Simon Rimmer is the resident chef and co-presenter of Sunday Brunch. His TV credits include Britain’s Favourite Food, Tricks of the Restaurant Trade and Eat the Week. He also appeared on Strictly Come Dancing…

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seafood

✢ LOBSTER Usually caught from June to September in the UK, British lobster is sweet and succulent. For a treat, try it grilled, served with garlic butter or lemon mayonnaise alongside a big pile of home-made chips! ✢ CLAMS Delicious, and a great source of zinc. Toss them through pasta with garlic, parsley, cherry tomatoes, a little chilli and some white wine. Alternatively, simply steam with cider and mop up all the juices with some crusty bread. ✢ CRAB Our native crabs come into their own in summer. Versatile crab is delicious in a watercress salad or on brown bread. Shellfish provide you with protein and vital minerals.…

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what’s in season

✢ AVOCADOS These are certainly a favoured fruit of the moment. The South African avocados are in season right now and are deliciously creamy. Try them mashed on toast with a sprinkling of chilli flakes and a squeeze of lemon, or paired with prawn cocktail for a fresh dinner. ✢ BEETROOT Packed full of fibre, this versatile and colourful veg is great made into a variety of sides. Try roasted and tossed in honey at the last minute for a sweet addition to a summer roast dinner, or juice with carrots and ginger for a wake-up call. ✢ BROAD BEANS There’s something special about veg with a short season. If you grow your own, you’ll have the benefit of being able to pick them while they’re small, sweet and bursting with flavour. Blitz together with…

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clotted cream madeleines

Makes 18 • Ready in 30mins 2 eggs70g caster sugar45g unsalted butter, softened, plus extra for greasing45g clotted cream2tsp runny honey90g plain flour, plus extra for dusting½tsp baking powder strawberries, to serve you will need: a madeleine tin 1 Whisk the eggs and sugar together until expanded in volume. Beat in the butter, clotted cream and honey. 2 Sift in the flour and baking powder, and gently fold through. 3 Grease the madeleine tin well with butter and dust with flour. Spoon a little of the mixture in each. 4 Heat the oven to 180C/Gas Mark 4. Bake for 12mins. Remove, cool for a minute then tip out of the moulds onto a cooling rack. Serve with strawberries. Per madeleine: Cals 83, Fat 4.5g, Sat fat 2.5g, Carbs 9.5g Madeleines are thought to have been invented in north-eastern France…

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