BBC Good Food Magazine

BBC Good Food Magazine September 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 september

What would you like to see more of in BBC Good Food magazine? Useful recipes for quick, midweek meals, or showstopping bakes to wow your family and friends? If you’re lucky enough to have a garden or allotment, maybe seasonal inspiration is your number-one priority. Are you looking for healthy recipes to boost your energy levels, or ideas for easy, please-everyone family meals? Perhaps it’s new discoveries, like funky, washed-rind cheeses, or beer and food matches recommended by our brilliant new columnist Marverine Cole (p115). Do you want to learn about food from communities in Britain and beyond, and make something you’ve never tried before? We ve got to know you better through your emails, comments on and posts in our BBC Good Food Together Facebook group. We hope that’s…

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our commitment

At Immediate Media, publishers of BBC Good Food, we respect and value differences. We understand that when people from different backgrounds and with different points of view work together, we can create the most value – for our readers, our people and society. We always strive to be inclusive, but we need to do better. We have been taking time to listen and understand how we can make positive changes, and how we can better support and increase diversity across all our brands. We have begun work on a comprehensive plan to create and drive authentic change.…

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star contributors

Marverine Cole Meet our new beer writer in her column on page 115. Find out how we became a nation of beer drinkers, and discover her top gluten-free pints. Jason Isaacs Emma Freud chats to the actor about making movies on page 118, and he shares his recipe for ‘mutant spag bol’ – a favourite in his family! Jo and Leisa Creed These Jamaican-born food bloggers learned the art of frugal cooking from their grandma, Miss Lou. Find her curried goat recipe on page 95. Angela Hartnett Check in with BBC regular Angela, chef-proprietor at Murano, on page 109. She shares her top tips for Italian-style cooking with us.…

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why you can trust bbc goodfood

Biggestandbest We’re proud to be Britain’s biggest-selling food magazine and the UK’s No 1 food website, Our contributors – BBC chefs, our in-house cookery team and confident, outspoken columnists – are experts in their fields. Meet us at the UK’s biggest food shows (visit for dates and details). Our best-selling cookbooks feature our trusted recipes – you’ll find these in bookshops. Recipesforeveryone There are at least 70 new recipes in every issue – that’s more than any other food magazine in Britain. We always include quick, easy dishes, ideas for relaxed entertaining and more challenging recipes for when you want to take your skills up a notch. Look out for our regular easiest-ever recipes. Testedandtrusted All our recipes are all thoroughly tested by experts to ensure they’ll work for you. We put our gadgets through…

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this is your good food

what you’ve been cooking You’ve been busy making our recipes – here are some of our favourites. Tag yours using @bbcgoodfood or #bbcgoodfood Dad’s birthday surprise Katrice White’s four-year-old son and 17-year-old stepdaughter made this red velvet and vanilla cake for their dad’s birthday. It took an hour to make the little model of her dad! You asked... you answered Members of our BBC Good Food Facebook Together Group share their cooking tips and advice Sarah Dell asked: ‘Eggs – to refrigerate or not?’ ‘I don’t. I leave them in a cool-ish place, but never in the fridge.’ Debbie Hughes ‘Gosh, I always put mine in the fridge. Surprised how outnumbered I am.’ Brenda McGain-Harding What our food editor Cassie : says ‘Eggs can be kept in the fridge or an ambient cupboard. Either way, refer to the use-by date. If you’re a…

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MAKE A MEAL OF IT Eat in, eat out With restrictions being lifted in most parts of the UK and more people dining out, we look at how restaurants have adapted New trends for eating out (and in!) Restaurants had the green light to reopen in July, but it hasn’t quite been business as usual. We look at the changes being made in the hospitality sector post-lockdown, and share your experiences of dining out (and staying in) over the last few months Five ways restaurants, pubs and bars have changed 1 QR-CODE MENUS With menu-handling posing a hygiene problem, many restaurants have turned to QR-code menus. Customers scan a QR code using a smartphone, which opens the restaurant’s menu. They can then either order via the server, or in some cases, straight from their phone for delivery…