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10 Reasons to buy the April issue of Jamie Magazine

  • 05.04.2017

Chocolate milkshake1 Jamie’s chocolate extravaganza
We all love to indulge in a little of the dark (and milk, and white) stuff over the long weekend, and Jamie’s exclusive recipes this month show you how to use chocolate in some inventive and seriously decadent and delicious ways. There’s an updated version of a classic black forest tart, plus chocolate chip soda bread, and more.
2 A Persian Easter feast
Food writer Yasmin Khan has created a sumptuous menu inspired by her Iranian heritage this issue. If you’ve got the family round for Easter lunch this year, her fragrant dishes are a lovely alternative to a traditional roast dinner. The roast shoulder of lamb with a sticky walnut and pomegranate glaze is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
Egg traybake3 Dan Doherty’s cracking egg recipes
The humble egg is one of the most versatile ingredients in your kitchen, as Duck and Waffle head chef Dan Doherty proves with an array of smashing dishes. Cook up a spicy sausage traybake, an elegant brunch tartine and an indulgent banoffee mess laced with amaretto caramel.
Chicken potato traybake4 Seasonal new potatoes
Soft, tender and delicious, new potatoes are in season now, so we recommend making the most of them. Try our no-fuss recipes, including a one-pan chicken dinner you’ll want to make time and again.
Crostini5 Easy, speedy midweek fixes
If you’re often struck by that mid-afternoon, “what am I going to cook tonight?” panic, our ‘Easy Does It’ section is your saving grace. There’s loads of simple, healthy ideas to make every single day taste amazing, with minimal fuss.
Jon Rotheram6 Behind the scenes with Jon Rotheram
The Marksman pub is more than a lovely renovated old boozer – it just became the first London recipient of the Michelin Pub of the Year award. We go behind the scenes with head chef, Jon Rotheram, who shares his recipes for some of the seasonal fare on their menu.
Wreath7 Fresh inspiration for the home
We’ve got loads to help you keep your home place looking lovely this Easter, from a DIY herby wreath to table-dressing tips from supperclub queens Laura Jackson and Alice Levine.
8 Spring breaks
The long weekend is the perfect excuse to take off on a food-filled adventure, and our guide to the best gourmet breaks around the UK has got you covered, whether you’re in the mood for retro seaside charm or a fine dining treat.
Prawn cocktail9 Foodie news
From the latest food trends to follow now, to chef profiles and all the most exciting restaurant openings, our ‘In The Know’ section will keep you up to date with all that’s hot in the world of food.
Easter egg10 Brilliant buys
Unleash your inner bunny with our guide to this year’s best chocolate eggs. Plus, we’ve blind taste-tested Easter essentials – pick up a mag to find out which hot cross bun was crowned the winner by the Jamie magazine team.

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Jamie is the award-winning food & travel magazine from Jamie Oliver. Inside each issue, you’ll find new and exclusive recipes from Jamie, as well as from the world’s best chefs, home cooks and food writers.

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