Between drinks, legendary Welsh poet Dylan Thomas memorably cautioned against going gentle into that good night – advice that the Jamie Magazine team are keen to embrace; rather than succumbing meekly to the arrival of autumn, they are raging against the dying of the light.
They are so determined to hold on to summer that they’re giving away a bumper batch of summer-themed goodies to tempt you to try their award-winning iPad edition. From today, iPad users can download not one but two sun-filled issues of Jamie Magazine, completely free!
Issue 40 is their summery BBQ special, featuring Jamie’s guide to getting the most from your barbecue, with recipes including Thai-spiced lamb with Asian ratatouille and French-style chicken (pictured). There’s also editor Andy Harris’s lowdown on fresh salad greens, with sumptuous Spanish-style aubergine, pepper & jamon salad with paprika dressing.
Then there’s issue 39, last year’s Italian Issue, which, as you’d expect, is crammed full of Jamie’s favourite foods. There are Jamie’s Italian chicken recipes, rustic pasta dishes from Puglia, chocolate puddings from Tuscan bakers Amedei, and Jamie;s mate Pete’s fresh pasta masterclass, including the fabulous ravioli with courgette flowers and ricotta.
It’s simple to claim your free issues…
- Go to jamiemagazine.com/holdon14
- Click on the View in iTunes button
- Click on the Free button to install the magazine’s container app.
- Open the container app and enter the code HOLDON14 in the voucher tab.
And if you like what you see, you can subscribe to the digital magazine – voted Launch of the Year at last year’s Digital Media Awards – for just £29.99 a year, a saving of 25%.
The free-issues offer ends Wednesday so why not take a look – and pray for an Indian summer.
Offer is available worldwide, though users in the USA & Canada should visit jamiemagazine.com/summer14, where they can access a version of the offer featuring a bespoke edition of the magazine with recipes converted into North American imperial and cup measurements. Offer closes at 2159hrs on Wednesday 27 August.