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Food To Love Christmas 2018

Food To Love magazine is all about food; Learn how to make, bake, cook and create it. Full of seasonal, scrumptious recipes, Food To Love magazine provides hints and tips to help readers cook with confidence. Having a magazine subscription to Food To Love magazine is a great way to guarantee you never miss an issue, and you’ll save money on the shop price too.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
H BAUER PUBLISHING LIMITED
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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welcome

I know we have started thinking about Christmas early, but it’s such a special time in the food calendar, one needs to get ahead and prepare what to feed your loved ones. Excited? Well head to our all-singing, all-dancing Christmas section from p15. We’ve tasted, tweaked and tasted twice more every dish. It means that you can trust that every recipe in this issue will work, be delicious and easy enough for you to do even with a houseful of people with empty bellies demanding you fill them. Or even better, prep ahead so you can join in with the festive fun.This year, we wanted to keep the traditional flavours that we all know and love strong, but offer up some twists to add spice and sparkle to…

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cauliflower what's in season

WINTER fruits APPLES BRAMLEY APPLES CLEMENTINES CRANBERRIES DAMSON PEARS QUINCE WINTER vegetables BEETROOT BRUSSELS SPROUTS CABBAGE – RED, SAVOY, SPRING, WHITE CELERIAC CELERY CHESTNUT GLOBE ARTICHOKES JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE KALE KOHLRABI LEEKS PARSNIPS PUMPKINS SALSIFY SWEDES SWEET POTATOES SWISS CHARD TURNIPS TOP TIPS When buying your cauliflower, look for heads that are white or creamy white. Avoid florets with any discolouring, such as brown or black spots, or any softness. ■…

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cauli good!

This vegetable has had a resurgence in the world of food, and come a long way from the basic baked side dish coated in bechamel sauce that your mum may have made. It’s noted for its versatility – when finely chopped in a food processor, it becomes a healthier replacement for rice in rice dishes or a gluten-free replacement for flour in pizza bases. Or why not serve it intact, roasted or in a healthy, spicy sauce? DID YOU KNOW? Cauliflower is a member of the same family as broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage and kale. BUYING Cauliflower comes in colours, such as green, orange, white and even purple! Look for compact heads without discoloured or soft patches. STORING Remove any outer leaves and store in the…

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top tips

Cooking the pasta in boiling water for 2 minutes less than recommended on the packet directions means it will still be quite firm. The pasta will be perfectly cooked once it has been in the oven.For a delicious twist on this recipe, swap broccoli for cauliflower and blue cheese for parmesan. For vegetarians, omit the prosciutto, replace the parmesan with vegetarian hard cheese and add a tablespoon each of sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds to the breadcrumb mix. ■…

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christmas special

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our top christmas foodie finds

PUDDINGS MORRISONS THE BEST RASPBERRY & PROSECCO PANNA COTTA WREATH £7 (SERVES 8) The taste of Christmas! Indulgent, rich and we could taste the touch of Prosecco running through the coulis, too. The gold sparkles worked a treat to make this a bargain of a dessert for a special dinner party. PUDDINGS ARDEN & AMICI TIPSY TIRAMISU LOW BAKE PANETTONE £10 (750G), TESCO One of our testers exclaimed that this was in his top puddings of all time! With swirls of coffee icing through it, and topped with dark chocolate, this would make a fabulous bread and butter pudding, or a replacement of the ladyfingers layer of a tiramisu. Or just on its own with a drizzle of cream. SIDES…

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