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BBC Good Food Magazine June 2020

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

Over the last few weeks, it’s been our privilege to speak to many of you as we all navigate our way through spending more time at home. In response to your emails, the comments and photos you’ve posted with our new Facebook community BBC Good Food Together, the social posts you’ve made using #askbbcgoodfood, and the questions you’ve asked in our live Q&As every weekday, we’ve learned how you’re cooking and what you want from us here at Good Food right now. Putting together a magazine you’ll enjoy is our number-one priority. You’ve told us how much you love that quiet moment when you can sit back with the new issue and a coffee or glass of wine and plan the recipes you want to make. This issue, we’ve got lots…

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this is your good food

cooking with kids It’s been so rewarding seeing how many of you are keeping the kids busy in the kitchen during breaks from home-schooling. Show us how you’ve entertained the kids using @bbcgoodfood or #bbcgoodfood 1 ‘Arianna, four, absolutely loved making the cheesy oatcakes from the April issue for a lockdown picnic. We have cooked lots from the magazine together, including many of the midweek meals. Thank you for helping this (pregnant) mamma get by in these times!’ Elena Dixon, Manchester 2 @PPEdgeGrove ‘Have you been a little chef at home? Why not try making some delicious and nutritious food at home with your family? @bbcgoodfood’ 3 @chris_can67 ‘“Food tech” for us this morning, and now cheese scones in the garden for lunch! @bbcgoodfood #homeschooling #coronalockdown’ 4 @churros_barca ‘#ChocolateCake @bbcgoodfood #stuffed’ Find all of these recipes…

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freezing fruit & vegetables

fruit and veg can freeze you and how to do it 1 ONIONS Chop or slice and freeze on baking trays using the ‘open freeze’ method (see dos and don’ts, right). Once solid, portion out in freezer bags. You can also fry onions to freeze in batches. 2 BROCCOLI Cut into florets and cook until al dente. Leave to cool, then spread over a baking tray and freeze. Once frozen solid, tip into a freezer bag. 3 PEAS OR RUNNER, FRENCH, DWARF AND BROAD BEANS Boil by the handful for 30 seconds at a time to prevent browning. Use a slotted to spoon transfer to a bowl of ice-cold water and leave to cool. Drain and scatter over a baking tray lined with kitchen . paper Freeze until solid, then tip into a freezer bag. Cook…

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learn new cookery skills today

Study with BBC Good Food experts Barney and Cassie to grow your skills and culinary knowledge. The live virtual classes include pre-recorded video lectures, guides, and a community area where you can chat to your peers and share tips and advice. It’s a step up from simply following recipes – with our online masterclasses, you can get creative with others online while being coached by the pros. Choose Essential Cooking Skills with Cassie Best to learn knife skills, make spice mixes, cook fish and seafood and improve your bakes. In Make Sourdough at Home with Barney Desmazery, master the sourdough basics in your own kitchen. Or, take both courses! Book now for your place in the virtual kitchen learningwithexperts.com/gfcollection1 TERMS & CONDITIONS Our site, learningwithexperts.com, is owned and operated by MYONLINESCHOOL LTD, a…

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trending now

Frozen cocktails As we inch deeper into summer, online searches for frozen cocktails are rocketing. The most popular are for frozen margaritas and strawberry daquiris. Visit bbcgoodfood.com for the full collection of our best frozen cocktails. Flavoured butters We’ve spotted more flavoured butters in supermarkets lately. For an easy way to add flavour to a dish, you could try cinnamon & honey (Posh Cow), tru›le & parmesan (Sublime) or Marmite (M&S). Home-brewing Pinterest recently revealed that searches for ‘brewing equipment’ were up by 411% on its site, and we’ve noticed a huge spike in the number of home-brewing kits available to buy. A good project for this summer? Homemade sauces & condiments Many of you are turning to DIY versions of shop-bought favourites, especially condiments and sauces. Online recipe searches for making mayo, salsa and balsamic vinegar…

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What is it Harissa is a North African chilli paste, thought to originate in Tunisia. A basic harissa is made from chillies and oil, but other herbs and spices like paprika and garlic are often added. How it got its name The name comes from Arabic ‘harasa’ meaning ‘to pound’, as it’s made by pounding chillies into a paste. Uses A real storecupboard hero, harissa offers a simple way to pack a lot of flavour into a dish. Use it in marinades for meat, fish or veg before roasting, grilling or barbecuing, mix a little with olive oil and a splash of vinegar to make a salad dressing, or add to lamb mince to make koftas or spice up burgers. For more inspiration, head to bbcgoodfood.com…