Vegetarian Living: September issue

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In the kitchen, September is a transitional month, as while we still have wonderful summer produce on the table, the first fruits of autumn are starting to trickle in and our hedgerows and wild spaces are brimming with goodies to forage too.
So what should we do with all this abundance? Rachel Demuth's making the most of juicy English tomatoes at their peak, while Kathryn Bruton turns seasonal produce into exciting South American-inspired dishes (page 38). Turning to autumnal ingredients, Chava Eichner creates three brilliant ideas for celeriac, while eco-chef Tom Hunt goes foraging for chestnuts and berries.
At this time of year, a dazzling variety of fruit is at its best,
so turn to our Season's Eatings section for ways to use it in sweet and savoury dishes. Or preserve the goodness to enjoy in the months ahead with a super-easy berry jam recipe that's perfect for novices.
Now that TV chefs Si King and Dave Myers have become 'the Hairy Dieters' they've embraced meat-free cooking for its lighter, healthier qualities. Blogger Izy Hossack's second book is all about quick and thrifty cooking, celebrating plant-based eating as a budget-friendly choice.
We couldn't resist a few sweet things too – Bake Off winner Candice Brown shares her favourite treats, while Victoria Glass transforms leftover ingredients into delicious desserts. I highly recommend pairing one of her sour milk scones with some berry jam.

Inside this issue...

  • From burritos to sweetcorn bake and chilli with cornbread, South American cuisine provides exciting inspiration for midweek meals
  • Discover how to make deliciously easy, budget-conscious food from the popular Top with Cinnamon blogger
  • Dave Myers and Si King reveal their take on hearty yet healthy vegetarian suppers
  • Elly Curshen creates hero recipes that can be transformed into any number of tasty meals
  • Victoria Glass makes sweet treats using leftover ingredients, from sour milk to stale bread and seeds scraped from pumpkins
  • Candice Brown baked her way to win Bake Off, now you can try her best teatime treats

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Inside September issue
Inside September issue
Inside September issue

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