5 reasons to buy the October issue of BBC Good Food magazine

    From murder mysteries to meat experts, here are five reasons you need to get your hands on the October issue of BBC Good Food magazine…

    October 2016

    On-sale now in all supermarkets and newsagents, or available as a digital download…

    chicken, leek & cider pie1. Melting Meatball Macaroni
    We defy you not to fall in love with our mozzarella-filled cover star. Ditto chicken, leek and cider pie and banana, pecan & bourbon self-saucing pudding – all the comfort food recipes you need in your life are in this issue.  

    2. Murder mystery menu
    Plan a spooky Halloween dinner including a bloody prosecco and Aperol cocktail and an evil chocolate dessert. [Click here to download our whodunnit game] And don’t miss Edd Kimber’s spider’s web cake.  

    Merlot3. Must-buy Merlot
    Free delivery on our bargain case plus two free wine glasses.  

    4. Meet the meat experts
    Discover the best-value cuts you should be buying now from five innovators leading the high street butchers’ revival - you’ll never feel intimidated at the meat counter again!  

    Iceland5. Milan for foodies
    Locals share the hot spots for a long weekend break, plus London, Reykjavik, Seville and Paris.  

    Don't miss the 10 easiest-ever midweek meals, healthy chicken curry and Tom Kerridge’s pumpkin & bacon soup…    

    Buy the latest issue (FREE 1st class UK postage)
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