January can be a dreary month, which is exactly why it’s a great time to get in the kitchen and have some fun. Here are ten ways that the latest Jamie Magazine will help you do exactly that.

There’s plenty to keep you on trend this season

All hail, kale! Long live leeks! This issue of Jamie Magazine is bursting with hearty recipes to help you make the most of winter’s produce.


You can keep it local

Our regional guides are putting foodie towns on the map – this month, we’re helping you eat your way around Winchester.

Jamie’s brand-new rice recipes

These new ideas from Mr O, such as Sri Lankan monkfish curry, rice & peas with jerk-roasted veg and even breakfast rice pudding, will have you thinking of the white (or brown, or black) stuff in a totally new way.

We’re showing vegans some love

It’s easy to fall for the beautiful dishes in this month’s vegan feature. The Vietnamese bun cha with sticky, spicy tofu will have even the most committed meat-eaters coming back for seconds.


We’re keeping it lean

Lighter cuts of meat can be a brilliant way healthier option that’s still super-flavourful. The recipes from regular contributor and member of Jamie’s food team, Maddie Rix are chop-smackingly good.

We’ll help to feed your soul

There’s nothing like a hearty bowl of soup to put you right at this time of year. Food writer Alice Hart has come up with some new combos – think curried cauliflower and celeriac, or Jamaican pumpkin – to help keep this winter favourite feeling fresh.

You can escape to Portugal

We fled the British winter to beautiful Alentejo for this month’s travel feature, where time is measured in lingering mouthfuls and what’s valued most is lovingly made local food in the company of old friends – great for a bit of winter holiday inspiration!

You’ll discover your raw talent

Instagram favourite Raw Vegan Blonde, AKA Amber Locke, has come up with some beautiful, nutritious recipes to help you eat the rainbow and show yourself some TLC this January. We loved her colourful shaved veggie salad with a punchy ras el hanout dressing.


Find out what’s cracking

Jamie talks culinary adventures with Britain’s real life action man, James Cracknell.

You’ll never be short of a speedy supper or a dreamy dinner

Our seasonal ideas will make midweek cooking in January a breeze.

You can buy the new Christmas Magazine for just £3.99 at WHSmith, supermarkets and leading independent newsagents, get a subscription here or download the digital edition from the App Store. Happy cooking!