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Al fresco dining means so much more than just a picnic. In this issue, we share 30 new ways to eat outdoors, from floating bakeries to foodie walking tours.  Plus, we’ve got plenty of tips and recipes for the ultimate at-home barbecue, while Victoria Moore tells us why rosé is the drink of choice this summer.

Columnist Emma Freud comments on the hot topic of plastic and highlights the necessity for greener shopping habits and we chat to Paralympian Ade Adepitan about his most memorable food experiences.

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In this month's issue

Al fresco dining

Summer is in full swing so there’s no better time for eating outdoors. Impress at your BBQ with our Korean chilli, sesame & honey chicken kebabs, on your camping trip with our campfire smoky bean brekkie and at your picnic with our veggie rainbow picnic pie.

FREE 16-page summer desserts special

Satisfy your sweet tooth with our 16-page summer desserts pull-out, free in this month’s issue. Wow your guests with our peach & red berry ice cream cake, raspberry & ginger fridge cake or blueberry swirl cheesecake. Or jazz up a classic with fresh summer flavours to create rainbow rippled meringues and Black Forest pudding.

Star contributors

BBC Britain’s Best Home Cook judge Dan Doherty kicks off his new series of brunch recipes with homemade crumpets with ricotta, berries & thyme honey. John Torode shares his Thai fish cakes recipe. Recreate the dishes from Imad Alarnab’s successful Syrian supperclub with recipes including fatteh makdous (lamb-stuffed baby aubergines in tomato & tahini sauce) and pistachio birds' nests.

Family favourites

Pack a family-friendly picnic with these quick, easy-to-make recipes, including stuffed rainbow baguettes, coconut chicken noodle salads and mini milkshakes. Plus, Nadiya Hussain shares her family’s favourite recipes from her new book – halloumi curry with coconut sambal, beef burgers with bacon jam and peanut honeycomb banana cake.

Eat like a local

We visit the hidden gems of the French Riviera to find the best budget-friendly food and drink spots. We also explore Dubrovnik, Malaga and Genoa – three cities by the sea, perfect for a foodie break. Plus, we share 15 things to eat and drink in London right now.