BBC Good Food Magazine August 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.

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welcome to august

Every dish tells a story, and Robert Ortiz’s beef estofado is a fascinating one. The Birmingham-based chef, who came to the UK from Peru, explains how his grandmother’s slow-cooked comforting stews, flavoured with fragrant herbs, influenced his own recipe. ‘My family worked in the fields, picking coffee, cane sugar, papaya and avocados, and in the early morning, my grandmother and I would take massive bowls of soup to them.’ Find his recipe on page 136. This issue, we’ve explored more recipes that put us in mind of sunny holidays, from Greece’s fluffy pitta and tzatziki to Spain’s smoked paprika-spiked salpicón de marisco, Mediterranean spatchcocked chicken, and Jamaica’s ackee & saltfish. We hope you enjoy making and sharing them all this summer. See you next issue, out 26 August. @bbcgoodfood New! HEALTH PODCAST In episode 4 of…

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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

Craig and Shaun McAnuff The YouTube stars and authors share their recipe for a classic Jamaican dish, ackee & saltfish, on page 118. Robert Ortiz Meet the chef who popularised Peruvian dishes in the UK (p134), and make Robert’s beef estofado at home with his recipe on page 136. Rukmini Iyer The author of the popular Roasting Tin cookbook series shows us how to have a fuss-free midweek barbecue, with vegetables as the star (p66). Tami Aktar Good Food’s Tami loves hearing from you, our readers. She shares your recipes, tips and highlights from our Facebook Together group on p10.…

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this is your good food

You can get in touch with Tami through our social channels, or email COOKING THE COVER Some of the fantastic efforts from readers who made our July issue’s cover-starring peach panna cotta trifle Star letter I love hearing your stories and feedback. This one from Gill Richards in Herefordshire caught my attention The article on the Sikh charity, Nishkam Swat, was inspiring (June). It struck a raw nerve in me as a local meal delivery service in an impoverished area near to me is being closed down. It’s brilliant work coming from this charity – they truly do serve others in times like these. SUBSCRIBE FOR EXCLUSIVE RECIPES Get access to exclusive recipes like this one – turn to p42 for details. Dina Ghali from Bath made our beetroot & goat’s cheese quiche. YOUR TOP 6 CREATIONS You’ve been…

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3 things you’ve been sharing

It’s great to log on to the Good Food Facebook Community and find out what you’ve been discussing – and what I can learn. Here are some of my highlights. The beauty of summer Thy Lundkvist from Stockholm in Sweden shared her family’s very special lunch to celebrate Sweden’s midsummer, consisting of ‘devilled eggs with dill & caviar, senapssill (mustard herring), västerbottenpaj (cheese pie) and white chocolate almond cake with summer berries and wood sorrel for fika (which is like Swedish coffee/teatime).’ They took this picture from her summer home in the Stockholm archipelago leading out to the Baltic Sea. What a wonderful setting to bid farewell to the dark Scandinavian winters. Keeping it chill I found a hack by Keeley Martin from Kent to help keep drinks cold – she made this ice…

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grapefruit drizzle cake

Baking takes me back to being young; helping mum in the kitchen making jam tarts, sponge cakes. My love of baking comes from her, and she’s my biggest inspiration. Having a chronic illness means I’m limited in what I can do, but I still love to bake. I’m often flicking through old and new recipe books, planning my next bake. Blood oranges are one of my favourite fruits, but when they’re not in season, I use grapefruit. I knew I wanted to incorporate it into one of my bakes, and a variation on a drizzle cake was the perfect way to allow its zingy flavour to shine. SERVES 8 PREP 20 mins COOK 40 mins EASY V 185g unsalted butter, plus extra for the tin185g caster sugar1 grapefruit, zested and ½ juiced, plus…