BBC Good Food Magazine January 2021

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.

United Kingdom
Immediate Media Company London Limited
64,85 kr(Inkl. moms)
519,68 kr(Inkl. moms)
12 Nummer

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‘Sharing food with friends and family is a tonic – it lifts the spirits and acts as a soothing balm. So whenever you can, share a meal with others. Set a welcoming table. Pencil in some dates with people you’ve missed.’ As we head into 2021, we’re embracing columnist Joanna Blythman’s advice on page 132. While it may be some weeks before we can get everyone together, we’ll use this time to plan a meal like no other. Influencing this menu will be ingredients we’ve not cooked with before, thanks to Melissa Thompson’s suggested top 10 (p126), cooking skills we’ve acquired in the updated Boost section (p109), and, finally, the dessert to end all desserts: Liberty Mendez’s self-saucing sticky toffee chocolate pudding (p32). What will be on the menu for your first…

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olive magazine

Did you know the team behind Good Food also creates olive magazine? It has all the easy recipes you love, added inspiration from the UK restaurant scene and foodie destinations, plus contemporary kitchen interiors ideas to make the most of your time at home. olive magazine has three new sections: Cook Stunning and seasonal recipes, all beautifully photographed. Discover Try something new with global recipe ideas. Unwind Relax while learning new cooking skills. You can pick up a copy at, or see page 147 for a subscription offer.…

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star contributors

Keshia Sakarah Watch Keshia make Montserrat’s national dish, goat water (see p117), as part of our World in Your Kitchen video series. Find it at Nadiya Ziafat Nadiya makes Persian basmati rice chelo with tips from Sabrina Ghayour on page 110. Tune in to the Rookie Chef podcast on Acast, Spotify, iTunes and more. Mayur Patel Restaurateur Mayur shares his method for Gujarati dhokra, a fermented batter recipe (and his ultimate comfort food), on page 136. Esther Clarke Our deputy food editor makes the most of January produce with her seasonal recipes, including a dark chocolate & passion fruit tart (p90).…

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why you can trust bbc good food

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…

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this is your goodfood

Your letters ‘I was thrilled to see the recipe in the Christmas issue for Finnish spoon biscuits by Maria Armishaw. I loved making them, and my family loved eating them! It took us right back to our hotel in Lapland, where they were served every day. These will now be a yearly tradition in our house!’ Jo Hall, Bedford ‘On receiving my first subscription copy of Good Food (December), I sat down and turned it over page by page. What a surprise to find page 56 [Christmas dinner pie for one]! Because of covid-19 rules, my eldest son and I had to spend Christmas on our own because my other son lives in Nigeria. So, we made two of the pies. It’s so good to find a magazine that thinks of people living…

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HAPPY NEW YEAR Brand new start Bring in 2021 with fresh ways to cook, eat and drink. From new cookery techniques to fun weekend kitchen projects (homemade dumplings, anyone?), there’s sure to be something you haven’t tried yet 6 new year, fresh start easy ways to refresh your food routine by ANNA LAWSON Stuck in a food rut? Forget unattainable goals – we share six ways to gently shake up how you cook, eat and drink this year, from eating more mindfully, to trying new ingredients. Lift your mood, improve your health or sharpen your kitchen skills with these tips 1 PRACTICE MINDFUL EATING Mindful eating is rooted in the Buddhist practice of mindfulness, and involves giving your full attention to your food in the moment, without external distractions. This is particularly supportive of the cephalic phase…