Vegetarian Living: October issue
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As dusk draws in earlier and the temperature drops, the shift into the autumn season offers us foodies the perfect excuse to say a big enthusiastic 'hello' to comfort food – my personal highlight of autumnal eating.
With that in mind, we asked Liz Martin to create a selection of six easy-to-eat warming recipes – perfect for those chilly nights in – five of which can be easily made vegan with our helpful tips.
Pies are one of the most comforting foods, conjuring up childhood memories as food writer and stylist Kathryn Hawkins recalls. She bakes up three of her favourite fruity puddings, including our cover recipe that gives a delicious, contemporary twist to a classic lemon meringue pie.
The autumn season also marks the arrival of wild mushrooms in our woods and fields. Jon Bennett talks exclusively to River Cottage expert John Wright about what makes foraging for fungi so special.
October also sparks the appearance of many new root crops, including the versatile beetroot, which can be enjoyed in sweet or savoury dishes, as you'll discover.
For kids, the best day of the month is surely Halloween, and the chance to go trick or treating. Give your little monsters a spooky treat, with food writer Annie Rigg's batch of frightfully good cakes and creepy cookies.
Also this issue, award-winning food writer, stylist and chef Liz Franklin shares with us three great-tasting dishes which require minimum prep; celebrity chef Sophie Michell has put together a simple-to-follow restaurant-quality menu that won't disappoint; and Sarah Beattie shows how to use every last crumb of your loaf of bread with an assortment of money-saving dishes.
Plus, how a simple idea to reduce carbon emissions at universities has produced amazing results; Barbara Hopkins provides a traveller's guide to the beautiful city of Seville – and much more!
Inside this issue...
- An autumnal selection of easy-to-eat recipes
- Fungi foraging with River Cottage expert John Wright
- A veggie guide to eating and sightseeing in Seville
- Celebrity chef Sophie Michell’s dinner party menu
- Turn leftover crusts into delicious dishes
- Liz Franklin’s great-tasting meals in minutes
- Frightfully good cakes and cookies from Annie Rigg’s kitchen
- Kathryn Hawkins shares her favourite fruity puddings
Where to find the magazine...
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