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10 reasons our June issue rocks

  • 10.06.2017

Our June issue is out now, and we’re celebrating the best of British, from homegrown producers to bountiful summer produce. In our humble opinion, it’s a corker, but don’t just take it from us – check out all the wonderful stuff inside this month…

 

  1. Jamie’s beautiful berries
    Mr O is bigging up British berries this issue, from tart gooseberries to sweet strawbs, all of which lend juicy goodness to sweet and savoury dishes. His brand new, exclusive recipes include a crisp-skinned roast pork loin and a raspberry ripple semifreddo.Semifreddo
  2. Nathan Outlaw’s fishy feast
    Want to know what Nathan Outlaw cooks for the troops at home? Check out our ‘come on over’ feature this month. We headed to the south coast for lunch with the loveable chef, who cooked up a family-friendly spread using the best of Cornwall’s larder.Scallops
  3. Chefs’ restaurant picks
    We asked some of the country’s best chefs to share their personal restaurant recommendations for cities across the UK. Read their inside tips and discover your new favourite dining spot.
  4. Picnic treats from Flora Shedden
    Roll out the blanket, kick off your shoes and get ready for the great British picnic with home-baked treats from Bake Off star Flora Shedden. From fruity flapjacks to colourful dips, it’s all perfectly portable.Tart
  5. Summery broad bean recipes
    Tender and creamy broad beans are in season now, and they’re a great match for summer’s bright ingredients. Find four simple ways to enjoy them at their best this month.Broad beans
  6. Eat like a local in Cambridge
    The city of swooning poets and weeping willows has history, green spaces and impressive architecture in abundance – all this and a flourishing food scene make it the perfect place for a weekend getaway. Read our roundup of the must-try spots.
  7. The best of British food producers
    Meet the UK producers on a mission to bring great food back to home soil, reviving retro recipes and perfecting traditional techniques.
  8. Richard Turner’s prime cuts
    In his latest book, chef and restaurateur Richard Turner shares hearty ways with his favourite ingredient: beef. We’ve picked some of our favourites – including an epic steak sarnie – for our June issue.
  9. Great British foodies
    The best of British food writers feature this month. There’s a peek inside the eclectic home of Mark Hix, Anna Jones’ guide to Anglesey, foraging tips from Rosie Birkett and the story behind Fergus Henderson’s desert island dish.Mark Hix
  10. Fuss-free midweek dinners
    Inspired by locally available produce, this month’s ‘easy does it’ section is packed with simple, delicious ideas to get you through the week – minus the fuss.Broccoli and salmon filo tart

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