Food To Love Magazine
Food to Love, the newest food magazine on the market, is a breath of fresh air running through your cooking life. It brings you beautiful, delicious recipes that are easy to recreate in your own kitchens. If you love the magazine, or know someone who would, why not subscribe today? It will become that monthly delivery that you’ll relish receiving as you know that whatever you choose to cook from the issue, you’re bound to impress.
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It’s the month where we’re not quite ready to wave goodbye to summer, with all its colourful and fresh food. So this issue is an ode to the last of the summer delights. We proudly saying that it’s OK to eat fresh and light food, but with the assurance that it’ll be filling and substantial.
Why not dip your toe into the wholesome food that autumn brings, as we bring you feasts from afar. Once you’ve mastered the Pad Thai on p78, you’ll not want to cook anything else, when people come to call...
And with the kids being back at school, make their weekends and after‑school meals something to smile about with the fancy food on p50. But be warned, the Veggie hash brown heart puffs may not make it to their mouths as you’ll love them just that little bit too much!
So enjoy the last of the evening sun with our new batch of family favourites.
Although stressful at times, never underestimate the joy of cooking for others. The joy of being the bearer of foods that will make others happy will never fade. If you’re the kind of person who relates to this, then welcome to our magazine!
We have salads to tempt all those salad dodgers, as well as meaty magnificence on the barbecue. And if you have a free weekend coming up, why not try to learn the skill of curing salmon? It’ll open up a whole new world of flavour to you! Lastly, if it’s just too damn hot to get that oven on, the full-of-fun Cheat’s kids’ cakes will make hearts sing with happiness.
We’d love to bring sunshine into your meals, so make sure you bask in it...
July is always a month of such promise. The berries and salads are in full force, with the first of the British season always tasting so much better after having been being starved of home-grown produce through the winter months.
We thought we’d embrace the art of making the perfect salads with a whistle-stop tour of edible leaves and how to use them to their full potential. But fear not, all this healthy food has left us wanting more, so the Diner delights are for those who, like us, enjoy to indulge from time to time. The Frickles (fried pickles) are as delicious as they sound. It’s also nearly time for the school holidays, so why not bake up some delightful sweet or savory nibbles for the hungry hoards?
The height of summer is upon us! We hope you get to enjoy every last meal – life is too short not to, after all!
Come with us on a culinary journey!
Welcome to a taste of the Med, with our Italian food special. Always a favourite across the ages, we know you’ll be wanting to try at least a dozen of the recipes in homage to this wonderful cuisine. From making and using fresh pasta less intimidating to revamping the classic Tiramisu to make it even more of a showstopper, you’ll be on holiday in your mind before you know it.
A visit to the local market is always a true joy and at this time of year, the colours and textures of fresh food are as delicious as they are inspiring. This issue, we wanted to make the most of first-of-the-season’s garlic, cherries, strawberries – fruit and veg in every hue, just ripe and ready to be picked! Why not start with our strawberries and cream feature – a celebration of desserts using this quintessential British pairing? End a meal with one of these and you’re sure to feel summery – come rain, or shine!
We hope you enjoy this issue and we manage to get those tastebuds going...
A visit to the farmers’ market is always a true joy and at this time of year, when the sun is finally waking up, the colours and textures of fresh food are as delicious as they are inspiring. This issue, we wanted to make the most of what is in season – fresh garlic, cherries, peaches – fruit and veg in every hue, just ripe and ready to be picked!
Once you’ve got this produce home, the possibilities are endless and our special Luscious Liquidity feature shows you how to make gorgeous smoothies and juices including my favourite – the Creamy raspberry smoothie with a secret, nutty ingredient. Start the day with one of these and you’re sure to feel summery! Continuing our fresh theme, our picnic ideas are made for lazy days at the beach with friends. Have a go at the Chorizo, potato and herb frittata and enjoy served cold with our Chilli chicken blat salad.
We hope you enjoy this issue and find plenty of ideas that will really get those tastebuds going. So what are you waiting for?
Welcome to our super spring issue! We have had the most wonderful time putting this issue together for you and have all made lists of the meals we want to cook for family and friends. Top of that list has to be the gorgeous Lamb Mini Roasts finished off with a light drizzle of anchovy dressing, it’s a dish that is sure to delight all! In the spirit of the season, we’re also considering fresh ingredients such as spinach and passionfruit and finding unique ways to incorporate them at meal times. You’ll want to try making our Spinach & Ginger Dumplings today! Elsewhere in the issue, we’ve got plenty of ideas for those who are enjoying a plant-based diet or who just want to eat less meat – the Sweet Potato and ‘Chorizo’ Tacos are one of our absolute favourites! You’d never know there was no meat in them! If you’re after a real explosion of colour, how about trying out some of the dishes from our Mexican feast and don’t forget that you simply can’t eat Mexican without a traditional Margarita. Well, that’s what we like to tell ourselves at least!
The daffodils are starting to appear, the greenery is returning to the trees – new life is everywhere. And March is the perfect month to celebrate it. We’ve got Easter coming up at the very end of the month (chocolate eggs, here we come!) and before that, Mothering Sunday, a day dedicated to spoiling your mum! On that note, we’ve created some wonderful brunch recipes to give her the best start to her special day and, if you want to give her a heartfelt gift, how about making a batch of our delicious passionfruit shortbread? If you’re really feeling the love this month, try our six-tiered raspberry hazelnut cake – it’s a fabulous centrepiece and serves 20, so gather together everyone you love and celebrate the season with tea and cake.
You don’t have to personally know cupid to feel his presence this month – be it through oversized cards that are covered in hearts and roses or the numerous adverts for engagement rings. You may feel the pressure to go out for dinner, only to be placed in the corner, squashed up against other couples among a sea of red heart-shaped balloons – not very romantic! Why do it? So we’ve got a suggestion for you – forget those reservations, send the kids off to the grandparents, switch off the TV, give social media a miss and turn up the heat in the kitchen. We’ve got some fantastic ideas for meals that are sure to impress and delight but won’t require hours upon hours of labour. And if you just want to indulge yourself, you absolutely should – love yourself, not just those around you!
January is the start of a new year and there’s plenty to look forward to. We’ve waved goodbye to the excesses of the Christmas and New Year period and are seeking hearty food that nourishes body and soul, sweet treats to bring joy to others and exciting new flavour combinations that will spice up weeknight meals. Inside this issue, we bring you sensational slow cooking and stews, low fat family meals that are big on taste and cakes and bakes that are sure to stir up feelings of nostalgia.
What does Christmas mean to you? Hiding presents under the tree? Singing at the top of your voice at carol services with the family? Winter walks with the dog? What makes all these things even better? Why, festive food of course! Inside this issue, we’ve gone big on everything that makes this season so special! Of course, Christmas is all about giving, and what better way to show someone you care than with homemade biscuits and treats. We have plenty of ideas and ways to present them with a flourish! We’ve also got our gift guide featuring some exciting items you’ll probably want to keep for yourself. And why not? You deserve a treat too!
Slow cooked lamb and fragrant spices are the order of the day in our latest issue. Invite friends and family over for cosy suppers and winter get-togethers to enjoy leisurely, hearty meals.
If chocolate makes you happy, flip to our special feature on the sweet stuff and you'll be in heaven!
We love autumn! This season is the perfect time to make the most of nature's harvest and we've plenty of ideas! The walnut & spice cake on the cover would be a fabulous treat at any time of the day.