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Welcome to 2020! Want to know what you’ll be eating and drinking this year? We predict the 20 top food trends for 2020, from next-level bar snacks to pea milk and adult-flavoured ice creams. 

There are plenty of reasons to get cooking, too. Celebrate Chinese New Year (25 January) with our easy, family-friendly Chinese-style recipes, try a new take on a Burns Night supper with our haggis potato cakes and, if you’re doing Veganuary, we have plenty of plant-based recipes to choose from. And to drink? Cutting down on alcohol has never been easier as we round up the best low- and no-alcohol beers and spirits. 

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In this month's issue

Winter one-pots

Beat the January blues with one of our comfort-food favourites. The best bit? They’re all made in only one pot or tray, so less washing-up! Choose from harissa cauliflower pilaf, one-pan Thai green salmon, chicken cacciatore one-pot with orzo and spiced broccoli, paneer & peas with garam masala cashews or our cover star, easy cheesy mustard toad-in-the-hole with broccoli

Healthy Diet Plan

Over-indulged during the festive period? Kick-start the new year with our seven-day winter diet plan, full of good-for-you breakfasts, lunches and dinners. These include apricot & hazelnut muesli, black bean tortilla with salsa, sesame & ginger sushi bowls, spicy veggie pies and lemon-dressed salmon with leek & broad bean purée.  

Seasonal stars

Make the most of seasonal veg with plenty of new recipes. Rosie Birkett shares her four new ways with celeriac including gochujang-glazed celeriac with black beans & green salsa and celeriac ‘pasta’ with artichokes, black pepper & sage butter. For something really easy, try our slow cooker spiced root & lentil casserole or impress guests with our zesty blood orange pound cake.

Meat-free meals

This month’s selection of midweek meals can all be made vegan with just a couple of easy tweaks. There’s kung pao cauliflower & prawn stir-fry, nutty chicken & lemon spaghetti, sausage & leek mash pie, paneer korma and a veggie loaded flatbread. Plus, you'll be well on your way to five-a-day with our veg-packed meatball lasagne.

The 2020 travel hotlist

Already planning this year’s travel? We reveal the top foodie destinations to visit in 2020 and how to get the best from them. There are plenty of European destinations including Galway, Porto, Portugal, Cadiz, Spain and Lyon, as well as a far-flung adventure in Los Cabos, Mexico.