Ready for your latest Good Things fix? Our new issue is packed with hunger-inducing treats and travels on every page.
From our extraordinary Guest Chef Clare Smyth to 16 pages of where to find the best winter sun, there’s plenty awaiting you in our December issue. Browse our Christmas gift guide with 175 finds, escape to the tropics and crack Christmas with our delectable chef recipes.
But, just in case you needed any further persuading to run out and find your copy, here’s what we’re serving up this issue…
1 Meet our guest chef, Clare Smyth
Driven, determined and damn talented, this woman is our kind of chef. She tells us about Core, culinary evolution and only ever accepting the best.
2 Feast your eyes on our 32 page Christmas gift guide
A taste of Christmas all wrapped up – from chocolate and cakes to gadgets and courses, discover endless ideas to delight anyone who loves great food.
3 Restaurant review: Gidleigh Park
Just when you think you must have made a wrong turning, you spot the sign encouraging you to keep going because your two-Michelin-starred destination is, indeed, just another mile along what is little more than a track. And it’s definitely worth keeping faith in your SatNav, because Gidleigh Park is rather special.
4 Discover our destination of the month: St. Barths
Fêted the world over for its exciting gastronomy and the tranquillity of its eight square miles of volcanic rock, St. Barths hit the headlines more recently for extensive hurricane damage. But it takes more than a 185mph wind called Irma to stop this island in its tracks and rebuilding is already underway.
5 We reveal the top 2018 food, drink and travel trends
The restaurants to book, the foods to Instagram, the names to drop, the day-trip destinations… make sure you’re bang on-trend with our red-hot list.
6 Escape to the Caribbean island of Nevis
We discover the sun-kissed charms of the Caribbean island of Nevis, where the mango has gained near-iconic status.
7 Crack Christmas baking
For a different take on the Christmas cake, try serving a fruit-laden, dough-based delight from Claus Meyer, chef and co-founder of Noma in Copenhagen and Agern in New York.
8 Sink your teeth into alternative festive dishes
Turkey’s not the only meat on the menu at this time of year. Six top chefs offer some mouthwatering alternatives.
9 Talk Turkey To Me
On the Copas family farm, turkeys undergo rework training and have their own musical instruments. We meets the stars of your Christmas feast…
10 Seek winter sun in Fuerteventura
Silence is golden and so is the winter sunshine in Fuerteventura. We discover sandy splendour, heavenly menus, and an ocean of calm.
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