Vegetarian Living: April issue
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Spring is here and a glorious new season of veg is upon us, with tender spears of asparagus and leafy spinach, and oh-so-scrumptious Jersey Royals. But more than that, the milder days and lighter evenings provide the perfect opportunity to bring family and friends together.
With these thoughts in mind, Liz Martin has crafted two elegant Easter menus to indulge in over the bank holiday weekend; while Sarah Beattie offers two traditional Sunday lunch ideas, with a special centrepiece, lots of trimmings and a fabulous pudding.
Busy mum and bestselling author Jo Pratt shares some easy recipes that your kids will love, along with sensible tips to help you make it through a hectic week; and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall takes us back to basics with dishes which are simplicity itself, combining three key ingredients for a perfect meal.
Sweet tooth aficionados will love Gino D'Acampo's take on classic Italian desserts with a healthy twist; and The Great British Bake Off winner Edd Kimber creates a spectacular cake for a special Mother's Day treat.
But VL is more than just recipes, which is why this month Lindsey Harrad discovers how somecommunities are working to set up their own affordable veg box schemes andcreate a sustainable source of food for local people, and Alice Whitehead reveals how towns and villages are pulling together to save their local pubs.
Plus, delicious food that bursts with goodness from TV nutritional chef Dale Pinnock; simple savoury bakes from top chef Mark Hix; and the art of delicious home-made jam demystified by the Jammy Bodger
Inside this issue...
- Perfectly simple dishes from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, based on three key ingredients
- Food writer Jo Pratt shares three of her easy home-cooked family meals, plus practical kitchen tips
- Healthy and delicious recipes from TV’s medicinal chef and nutritionist, Dale Pinnock
- Gino D’Acampo provides a healthier option for those who enjoy something sweet
- Mark Hix dispels the myth that baking can be difficult to master, with three straightforward recipes
- Alice Whitehead discovers how towns and villages are pulling together to save their local pubs
- How a glut of plums led novice Mel Sellings to set up her own local jam-making business
- Lindsey Harrad talks to three social enterprises that are harnessing the power of community-led trade
- Inspired by his own mum to develop a love of baking, Edd Kimber shares a special Mother’s Day treat
Where to find the magazine...
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