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Delicious UK November 2017

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

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Eye to Eye Media
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3 minuti
welcome to   november

The 6-minute recipe Cookie s’mores MAKES 4. HANDS-ON TIME 6 MIN Heat the grill to high. Put 4 chocolate chunk cookies on a baking sheet lined with non-stick baking paper. Put 3 large marshmallows on each cookie. Grill for 4-5 minutes until the marshmallows are toasted and soft and melted on the inside. Sandwich each marshmallow cookie with another 4 chocolate chunk cookies and serve with a glass of ice-cold milk. PER SERVING 303kcals, 12.7g fat (8.1g saturated), 3.5g protein, 43.3g carbs (25g sugars), 0.4g salt, 0.8g fibre Traditions become more important at this time of year somehow. Maybe it’s to do with the colder weather tempting us to spend more time snuggled up in a warm house, with friends and crowd-pleasing food to oil the wheels of good times; maybe it’s to do…

1 minuti
november moments...

Peak enjoyment Plan a walk on the Chatsworth Estate in the Peak District and combine it with a visit to the farm shop, which sells an abundance of quality produce from the estate and beyond. Plus, there’s a twinkly Christmas market starting on 17 November. Your first view of the house is one you won’t forget. Table of the month Try Claude Bosi’s new brunch at Bibendum in London’s famous Michelin building. The food is served in the airy Oyster Bar, its walls adorned with 1920s tiles. Try the Bibendum BLT or fried oyster omelette (full of herbs and flavour). Congratulations to Claude for being awarded two Michelin stars after only six months in his new abode, too. bibendum.co.uk Feasting ahoy! If you’re a fan of delicious. writer Debbie Major’s recipes, you’ll love this festive…

2 minuti
the delicious. promise

RECIPES THAT WORK Every recipe is rigorously tested by our food team, using state-of-the-art Fisher & Paykel ovens and hobs, so you can be confident they work every time. INGREDIENTS We aim to use easy-to-find seasonal ingredients. We’ll tell you where to find any unusual ingredients and/or what to substitute them with. We use higher-welfare meat for testing, supplied by The Ginger Pig (thegingerpig.co.uk). ★ This symbol next to an ingredient means there are more ideas for using it on our Loose Ends page. HONEST COOKING TIMES Unlike many magazines, our timings include prep such as chopping. Hands-on time is when you’re chopping, stirring or frying. Oven/simmering time is when you can leave the dish in the oven or on the hob. V Indicates a vegetarian recipe. VS Indicates a vegan recipe. GF Indicates a gluten-free recipe. KNOW HOW Whenever…

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from our inbox...

Katy Salter’s concern over the impact of Instagram-friendly foods [Oct, p154] garnered some colourful responses. Here’s a tasteÉ STAR EMAIL From: Peter Piatkowski Full disclosure: I think unicorn iced coffees and galaxy-mashed potatoes are kind of stupid. But I’m okay with these because alongside the influencers we have writers like Katy Salter, who continue to champion the cause of non-photogenic dishes, and Michael Pollan, who teaches us about the risks of food technology. Novelty can co-exist with substance; we can have The Macarena and Amy Winehouse. Katy is right to worry about our relationship with food, but this is affected by more than novelty trends. It’s to do with income, mental health, environment and access. From: Alice Crick This obsession with Insta-worthy food makes me sad. Don’t get me wrong – my Instagram feed is full…

4 minuti
for starters

WINNERS! SHOPS TO MAKE A DETOUR FOR… Back in June we asked you to nominate your favourite fine food retailer for Great Taste’s Deli Shop of the Year award, sponsored by Hotel Indigo. You helped to choose Delilah Fine Foods in Leicester (delilahfinefoods.co.uk). Set in a grand former banking hall, the place is packed with quality food from around the world. With an in-house bakery and an eat-in menu of home-cooked food and fine wines, Delilah is a proper gourmet destination. Great Taste’s Farm Shop of the Year was awarded to Cambridge’s The Gog (thegog.com), whose clutch of pretty barns in rural Stapleford includes a butchery, deli and café with buckets of rustic charm. A NATION OF STEAK LOVERS We’ve been called Les Rosbifs by the French since the 18th century, so the British love of…

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dates for your diary nov & dec

16-19 NOVEMBER Taste of London: Festive Edition A twinkling Tobacco Dock in E1 will host pop-ups from top London restaurants including Chai Wu, Jamavar and Kricket, with chefs Ben Tish, José Pizarro and Jun Tanaka also doing a star turn. For the first time, the festival will host the judging of the World Cheese Awards, and there’ll be thrilling open-flame cooking to keep you warm. From £15; london.tastefestivals.com 24-26 NOVEMBER Edinburgh Foodies Festival Get prepped for Christmas with a choice of 12 festive masterclasses, each covering a special topic for the big day, or just relax in the vintage tearoom or champagne ski bar. Elf’s Cookery School will be introducing kids to the kitchen, and new for this year is the artisan gin alley. From £10; foodiesfestival.com/edinburgh-christmas 4 DECEMBER A feast with Tom Kerridge For one night only,…