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BBC Good Food Magazine September 2019

Good Food is the UK's biggest selling food magazine, packed with triple-tested recipes and practical ideas for every meal occasion. From weekday suppers to relaxed weekend lunches, recipes are seasonal and work first time. In every issue: 100+ triple-tested recipes, everyday cooking,weekend ideas, seasonal ingredients, TV chefs, inspirational photographs and practical advice.

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welcome to september

This month, Good Food celebrates 30 years at number one. The magazine, launched in 1989, is Britain’s best-selling food magazine, with more original, thoroughly tested recipes than any other title. It’s been our pleasure to serve you healthy, flavour-packed midweek meals, weekend challenges and insider cooking tips and techniques from the Test Kitchen. We’re encouraged to keep Good Food fresh and exciting with the feedback we receive from you, our readers, and I’m always thrilled to see what you make from the magazine, using the hashtags #bbcgoodfoodmagazine and #bbcgoodfoodrecipes on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Thanks for sharing your foodie moments with us! It’s been fun to indulge in a little nostalgia as we’ve explored the food milestones of the last 30 years, but we’ve got our eye on the future, too.…

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don’t miss new bbc good food podcast

Each week Tom shares his insider food knowledge with Good Food’s Orlando Murrin and Rosie Birkett. In these entertaining chats, he recommends kitchen kit, explains cooking techniques anyone can master and suggests simple recipes for you to cook. Find out how to make gooey brownies, which oil to use for roasties, and where he stands on big issues, such as what’s better – cream or custard? Whether you’re a beginner or a budding chef, you’ll be inspired to get cooking. Listen via Acast, iTunes, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts.…

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floating islands

This month’s food news, trends, Ching-He Huang’s oyster sauce chicken, and what’s on the BBC The dessert that goes by many names; œufs à la neige (‘eggs in snow’), and île flottante (‘floating island’) in French, or sciumette in Italian. Whatever the name, we’re seeing this old-school pud making a comeback, and what’s not to love when it’s that good? Poached meringues sit on vanilla custard, topped with caramel. We’ve spotted it at London’s Brasserie Zédel (brasseriezedel.com) and Bellamy’s (bellamysrestaurant.co.uk) in its most traditional format, or try Black Axe Mangal’s rainbow île flottante with popping candy (blackaxemangal.com). Whip up more meringue and try making Monica Galetti’s white chocolate baked Alaska on p126. Floating islands SERVES 4 PREP 15 mins plus chilling COOK 30 mins MORE EFFORT V For the crème anglaise 500ml whole milk2 tsp vanilla…

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have you tried?

What is it? Also known as gum arabic or E414, you might have seen acacia gum listed in the ingredients of chewing gum, fruit pastilles and some yogurts and soft drinks. It’s often dismissed as an unnatural ingredient used only in commercial food and drink, but it’s 100% natural, extracted from African acacia trees, and can be used in home cooking. What does it do? Just as you’d expect from a product with the word ‘gum’ in it, it’s a stabiliser used to thicken foods. It can also improve the texture and enhance the flavour of food. So, what can I do with it? Acacia gum is useful for bakers as it can help cakes to rise, act as a confectionary glue when sticking sugar decorations together and is a key component in edible glitter. It can improve…

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anna’s food picks

Pip & Nut limited edition cherry bakewell almond butter £3.95, Sainsbury’s Great swirled into porridge, yogurt or on toast with sliced banana. The Butter Works with Hill Farm (250g), £2, Waitrose & Partners Cornish butter is combined with extra virgin cold-pressed rapeseed oil in this spreadable butter. KeVita Master Brew kombucha ginger (450ml) £3.50, Sainsbury’s A real kick of ginger and not too acidic, this is a great place to start if you’ve never had kombucha before. Howdah onion bhaji (150g), £2.75, harveynichols.com Crunchy and extremely moreish, these onion bhaji-flavoured snacks didn’t last long in the office. Arctic iced coffee cafe latte (330ml), £1, Morrisons A good hit of creamy coffee flavour, these iced coffees are great if you’re on-the-go.…

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cold brew tea

You’ve heard of cold brew coffee, but the latest trend in drinks is cold brew tea – in other other words, tea made by steeping teabags (or loose tea leaves) in cold, rather than hot, water, usually for a longer period of time. Tea giants Tetley and Twinings launched cold tea infusion products last summer, and more have followed this year, including Lipton and Teapigs. We love the new range from Teapigs. Just chuck a bag in your water bottle before you go to work or let one steep in a glass on your desk (between 7 mins and 8 hrs) et voilà – a naturally flavoured, low-cal drink with no added sugar or sickly syrups! Our favourite is the lychee and rose flavour. teapigs.co.uk…

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