Delicious UK March 2021

An award-winning magazine, delicious. features 50-plus triple-tested, foolproof recipes and astounding complementary editorial and photography every month.

United Kingdom
Eye to Eye Media
12 Issues

in this issue

2 min
welcome to march

Easter is early this year, so to give you plenty of time to plan your roster of palate-teasing, bliss-making recipes for the long weekend shimmering into view on the horizon, we’ve made this our special issue. It’s another tricky moment, though, isn’t it? As I write, I have no idea whether restrictions will be lifted to the point where we’re allowed to invite another human being across our threshold. There’s a limit to the number of times I can sort out the garage – or, rather, plan to sort it out. Somehow it never gets tackled after the daily rigours of work, cooking and the bottomless pile of washing up, overlaid with listlessness. But I digress. If we can’t welcome PEOPLE, let us all welcome JOY in the form of…

4 min
your delicious.

Enough on their plate? FROM: SUE REID Felicity Cloake’s article on food poverty in the UK [Feb, p13] prompted many of you to write in. Sue Reid’s response was so thought-provoking and challenging that we are printing it here in full… I want to thank Felicity for her thought-provoking, grounded and honest piece on food poverty. She is right that it’s difficult for people, particularly those from wealthy backgrounds, to comprehend not just food poverty but more general poverty in our country. I consider myself lucky – I know I’m well off and don’t have to worry about where my next meal is coming from. But this hasn’t always been the case. I grew up on a council estate and we survived on little, but my dad grew all sorts of fruit and veg,…

1 min
star email prize *

Our star email wins two boxes of premium red and white Portuguese wine worth over £50, brought to you by experts from The Wine Show (Amazon Prime). These delicious wines stay fresher for longer thanks to their box format, which produces less CO2 than glass bottles do. For more information visit See what other delicious. fans are talking about at deliciousmagazineuk Follow us at twitter. com/deliciousmag Follow us at instagram. com/deliciousmag Follow us on pinterest.…

1 min
the runners up...

SARAH POUSTIE’S HUNGARIAN MUSHROOM STEW JEN: “I could almost taste your stew and scones – and the cosy log burner sets the scene well.” CLAIRE BRADLEY’S MAGIC MONKEY LOAF JEN: “This pull-apart monkey loaf looks perfect, with the shiny glaze expertly drizzled over. An excellent bake.” ISABELLE AUBREY’S BANANA, CHOCOLATE & TAHINI LOAF CAKE JEN: “Your cake looks so inviting with the mug of tea. You managed to capture the marbling too.” OLIVIA HAMILTON’S PEAR, APPLE AND CIDER MUFFINS JEN: “It’s great you made the wassail mulled cider cup to go with these – or was it vice versa?”…

1 min
fancy having a go?

Make your favourite recipe from this issue and share it with us for the chance to win a bumper hamper including top cheeses such as tunworth, baron bigod and lincolnshire poacher, as well as chutneys, truffle honey, Laurent-Perrier vintage champagne and a selection of award-winning sourdough crackers from Peter’s Yard. The hamper also includes the Smörgåsbord cookbook by Peter’s Yard with Signe Johansen, and a £300 Waitrose voucher. Peter’s Yard combines Swedish tradition with British craftsmanship to create hand-baked crispbreads, crackers, flatbreads and bites – each batch beginning with the company’s 45-year-old sourdough starter. The Fig & Spelt Sourdough Crackers were awarded the coveted three stars at the Great Taste Awards 2020. Available from Waitrose, Sainsbury's, Ocado and FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN… Make any recipe from the March issue, then take a…

1 min
win! a sparkling spa break in sussex

Take a tour of one of Sussex’s outstanding vineyards, including a tasting of the winery’s bottles, while you enjoy a special stay at Ockenden Manor, set in eight acres of beautiful grounds nestled in the pretty Tudor village of Cuckfield. The characterful Elizabethan manor house is a member of the Pride of Britain hotel group, a carefully curated collection of country houses and boutique hotels around the UK. Ockenden Manor is also home to a sleek 21st-century spa, fed by the hotel’s own underground spring. Our winner and guest will be treated to a 25-minute spa treatment each, plus a deeply comfortable night’s stay in a contemporary spa suite, which offers spectacular views over Cuckfield Park from its roof terrace. When evening falls, sip a pre-dinner glass of Sussex sparkling wine before…