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Want to lead a greener life in the kitchen? Our five-page guide in this month’s issue will show you how. Plus, to celebrate next month’s International Women’s Day (8 March), we meet some inspiring women working in the male-dominated food and drink scene. 

There’s plenty to celebrate this month too – Tom Kerridge shares his indulgent menu for Valentine’s Day (14 Feb) and Kwoklyn Wan cooks Chinese take-away favourites, perfect for Chinese New Year (5 Feb). 

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In this month's issue

Best of the brunch

When the weekend comes, porridge just won’t do. We’re doing brunch right with delicious new recipes, great for sharing with friends and family. Try our best ever fluffy American pancakes with berry-cherry syrup, hangover-busting chorizo & halloumi breakfast baguette or warm banana, coconut & cardamom bread

Winter warmers

Warm up cold February nights with comforting recipes like our slow cooker Moroccan lamb stew or try one of four ways with cheese toasties. Plus, Rosie Birkett makes the most of leek season with recipes including an indulgent leek & greens lasagne and roasted leeks with labneh, chickpeas & za’atar


Think salads are strictly for summer? We bring you our best hearty (and healthy!) winter salads, including a warm sesame parsnip & wild rice tabbouleh and a chargrilled chicken & kale Caesar. Plus, there’s a comforting but low-cal bowl of soupy chicken & mushroom noodles and ideas for vegan batch cooking

Easy family favourites

Feed the family with ease all week with our simple, budget-friendly ideas. Our midweek meals are all under £1 per serving this month, including orzo & tomato soup, pork & apple burgers and easy vegan pho. And for the weekend? Kids will love our simple Sunday lunches, like sausage casserole in a Yorkie and frozen fruit crumble

Eat like a local

We explore the culinary treasures of the Philippines, sharing our top places to eat and drink and which dishes to look out for on menus. For something closer to home, we bring you three of the best UK city breaks for foodie families in Edinburgh, Winchester and Chester