In our June issue, we’re talking sunshine, secret gardens and seaside cuisine. From barbecue recipes that’ll make you want to dine al fresco all summer, a guest chef that won’t disappoint and all the latest on interior trends, here’s six reasons why you need to pick up the June issue of Good Things

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1 Meet our guest chef: Gleneagles’ wonderful Andrew Fairlie
With his Michelin-starred Gleneagles restaurant, Andrew Fairlie is one of Scotland’s finest talents. He talks to us about kitchen gadgets, favourite eateries and essential ingredients. He shares his top tips on growing your own kitchen garden plus a recipe using the best of the season’s offerings.

2 We’ve got your wedding outfit sorted
Whether you’re the bride, or a guest, we’ve got all the latest trends for you from chic and elegant to pops of colour.

3 Our secret to creating a beautiful outdoor dining space
From pitchers that mean you’ll have your favourite cocktails on tap to lanterns to add ambiance and atmosphere.

4 Seafood recipes from Cornish chef Nathan Outlaw 
Known for his sumptuous seafood dishes, who better to share insider tips on eating in Cornwall? Plus a first look at the delectable recipes from his new cookbook.

5 Our guide to the best English summer wine 
Entertaining this summer? Impress your guests with your choice of wine, and your knowledge. In celebration of English Wine week happening later in June, Good Things wine editor has been busy tasting our native wines, she offers advice on pairing your summer supper to the perfect wine as well as sharing her favourite sparkling wines for those occasions where only fizz will do.

6 Summer barbecues: All you need to know from Ben Tish
This chef says bring out the barbie at any time of day – and we’re inclined to agree. An elegant mid-morning spread puts a sophisticated spin on the classic grill-up.

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