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Olive Magazine

Jan 01 2020
Magazine

At olive we believe you can eat imaginatively and well without spending a fortune. Every month we aim to inspire food lovers to cook new dishes, but it's not all about cooking at home. The magazine has three main sections, eat in, eat out, eat away so you'll also find great value restaurants, top recommendations and tips from around the world. In every issue: 100+ easy, stylish recipes all triple tested, 7 meals for under £35, great value restaurants, bargain travel ideas

Welcome to January

olive loves... • This month’s must-haves, including award-winning sauerkraut, single-origin maple syrup and a jungle predator pizza cutter

COOK • Every recipe you need this month, including soothing soul food and rainbow dishes to brighten the darkest of days. Plus, plenty of quick, easy and healthy midweek meals

Seasonal • Make the most of brussels sprouts, onions, cauliflower, kale, rhubarb and pears this month

A hug IN A BOWL • Cook yourself cosy this January with these soothing, warming recipes

EAT A RAINBOW • Banish the January blues with these colourful, nourishing dishes

SLOW-COOKER STARS • These comfort classics couldn’t be easier – just leave the cooker to do its thing

SMOOTH OPERATOR • Start the day with a healthy, refreshing pick-me-up

GET IT RIGHT CHIPS • How to get crispy, crunchy, fluffy homemade chips every time

COOK everyday • Yasmin Fahr shows us seven easy midweek meals to keep it simple in January

HEALTH KICKS • Donal Skehan shares six healthy, speedy recipes to cook this month

Olive NUTRITIONIST KERRY TORRENS ON THE BENEFITS OF...

3 WAYS WITH KEFIR • Turn everyday ingredients into something special with this fermented milk drink

Weekend project : SHRUBS • These tangy fruit and vinegar syrups are delicious diluted with sparkling or tonic water – or use in a cocktail if you’re enjoying a wet January!

#Boursinbagelbake • Brunch just got fancy with this cheesy bagel french toast bake

EAT • Try seacuterie, salted honey and more of 2020’s food trends, make a hot chocolate orange for when it’s cold, and master Sri Lankan spicing with the experts

THE 2020 trend report • Salted caramel and prosecco are out, seacuterie, crackling and faux fish are in. Consider this your official guide to eating and drinking in the coming year

Chef's TABLE • Master Sri Lankan spicing with the help of the team behind Soho’s contemporary new restaurant, Kolamba

KINNEUCHAR INN KILCONQUHAR, FIFE • Does a regular diner reach the same conclusions about a restaurant as a food pro, who may get special treatment if recognised?* Critic Lucy Gillmore and Olive reader Hilary Mackay compare notes on this revamped gastropub

TABLE-HOPPING • Our latest restaurant recommendations plus street-food spots from across the UK

HOT OFF THE PASS • Having dared to challenge the traditions of French bread-making, bakers Alice Quillet and Anna Trattles have defied the odds to win over the hearts of local Parisians

ALICE AND ANNA’S PARIS FAVOURITES

The measure • Up your drinks game with no/low-alcohol beers and spirits – ready-made or make-your-own – plus a luxurious hot chocolate

ZERO/LOW-ALCOHOL BEERS

SHOPPING FOR WINE ONLINE • Olive’s wine expert reveals the websites offering top-quality bottles and next-level customer service

BOTTLES TO TRY THIS MONTH…

EXPLORE • Side-step the city centre and discover the cool new foodie neighbourhoods in London, Tokyo and New York

COOK LIKE A LOCAL SICHUAN • Try steamed buns, fragrant chilli-peppered dishes and pots of reviving green tea in this south-west corner of China

5 OF THE BEST THINGS TO EAT

On the Road TOULOUST • Browse...


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At olive we believe you can eat imaginatively and well without spending a fortune. Every month we aim to inspire food lovers to cook new dishes, but it's not all about cooking at home. The magazine has three main sections, eat in, eat out, eat away so you'll also find great value restaurants, top recommendations and tips from around the world. In every issue: 100+ easy, stylish recipes all triple tested, 7 meals for under £35, great value restaurants, bargain travel ideas

Welcome to January

olive loves... • This month’s must-haves, including award-winning sauerkraut, single-origin maple syrup and a jungle predator pizza cutter

COOK • Every recipe you need this month, including soothing soul food and rainbow dishes to brighten the darkest of days. Plus, plenty of quick, easy and healthy midweek meals

Seasonal • Make the most of brussels sprouts, onions, cauliflower, kale, rhubarb and pears this month

A hug IN A BOWL • Cook yourself cosy this January with these soothing, warming recipes

EAT A RAINBOW • Banish the January blues with these colourful, nourishing dishes

SLOW-COOKER STARS • These comfort classics couldn’t be easier – just leave the cooker to do its thing

SMOOTH OPERATOR • Start the day with a healthy, refreshing pick-me-up

GET IT RIGHT CHIPS • How to get crispy, crunchy, fluffy homemade chips every time

COOK everyday • Yasmin Fahr shows us seven easy midweek meals to keep it simple in January

HEALTH KICKS • Donal Skehan shares six healthy, speedy recipes to cook this month

Olive NUTRITIONIST KERRY TORRENS ON THE BENEFITS OF...

3 WAYS WITH KEFIR • Turn everyday ingredients into something special with this fermented milk drink

Weekend project : SHRUBS • These tangy fruit and vinegar syrups are delicious diluted with sparkling or tonic water – or use in a cocktail if you’re enjoying a wet January!

#Boursinbagelbake • Brunch just got fancy with this cheesy bagel french toast bake

EAT • Try seacuterie, salted honey and more of 2020’s food trends, make a hot chocolate orange for when it’s cold, and master Sri Lankan spicing with the experts

THE 2020 trend report • Salted caramel and prosecco are out, seacuterie, crackling and faux fish are in. Consider this your official guide to eating and drinking in the coming year

Chef's TABLE • Master Sri Lankan spicing with the help of the team behind Soho’s contemporary new restaurant, Kolamba

KINNEUCHAR INN KILCONQUHAR, FIFE • Does a regular diner reach the same conclusions about a restaurant as a food pro, who may get special treatment if recognised?* Critic Lucy Gillmore and Olive reader Hilary Mackay compare notes on this revamped gastropub

TABLE-HOPPING • Our latest restaurant recommendations plus street-food spots from across the UK

HOT OFF THE PASS • Having dared to challenge the traditions of French bread-making, bakers Alice Quillet and Anna Trattles have defied the odds to win over the hearts of local Parisians

ALICE AND ANNA’S PARIS FAVOURITES

The measure • Up your drinks game with no/low-alcohol beers and spirits – ready-made or make-your-own – plus a luxurious hot chocolate

ZERO/LOW-ALCOHOL BEERS

SHOPPING FOR WINE ONLINE • Olive’s wine expert reveals the websites offering top-quality bottles and next-level customer service

BOTTLES TO TRY THIS MONTH…

EXPLORE • Side-step the city centre and discover the cool new foodie neighbourhoods in London, Tokyo and New York

COOK LIKE A LOCAL SICHUAN • Try steamed buns, fragrant chilli-peppered dishes and pots of reviving green tea in this south-west corner of China

5 OF THE BEST THINGS TO EAT

On the Road TOULOUST • Browse...


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