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PUBLISHER Lindsay Moulin


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Gaby Dyson editor@foodlovermagazine.com


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Katy Hofstede-Smith, Kyle Wotton, Josephine Walbank, Tom Litten


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We’ve got a jam-packed issue for you this month with more recipes and foodie ideas than you can shake a stick at!


In our lead feature we’re going back to basics and exploring dishes that unite food and fl ame (p.11). We learn how to cook directly onto coals and create sweet and savoury dishes with the use of homemade fi repits and barbecues. Meanwhile, natures larder is bursting at the seams in our Field to Plate segment (p.23). Kyle Wotton shares his top tips for cooking with English


roses and Guy Singh-Watson explains why we should all be embracing the wonders of aubergine.


If your calendar is looking pretty sparse at the moment, fear not. Our Foodie Festival Guide on page 36 should provide you with ample inspiration for things to do throughout the West Country this summer. We talk to Chef Liam Finnegan about his upcoming FEAST Festival at T e Castle, Taunton (p.42), and we get the lowdown on what exciting events are happening near you.


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We're going on a culinary journey to the continent of Africa over on page 53 and discovering how to create our own authentic Ethiopian sharing platters. Little Cooks do their bit to help out British bees (p.60) and elsewhere in the magazine we’re exploring the etiquette of Aſt ernoon Tea (p.57), learning how to make some crowd-pleasing party dips (p.48) and perfecting the art of the G&T (p.44).


Bon appetite!


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