Editor's Letter, October 2017 (Issue 11) Even though I left school a very long time ago, once autumn comes, I have the strange urge to sharpen pencils and buy shiny shoes. So in this issue, we’re going back to school with a roundup of the UK’s best vegan cookery classes (p38) – wherever you live, there’s one for you. And if you fancy launching a whole new career, be inspired by Jenny Costa, the founder of vegan chutney company Rubies In The Rubble, who created a booming business from unwanted fruit and veg (p46). Talking of which, this issue is packed with warming, autumnal recipes for divine dishes, from simple and speedy seasonal suppers (p26) to the unusual flavours of the Caucasus (p42) which lies between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. And, if you’re craving something very comforting, head straight for celebrity Lucy Watson’s recipes (p78) for beautiful burgers and fabulous fudge cake. Of course, for many, the highlight of October is its very last night. Whether you’re telling ghost stories to your nearest and dearest, or hosting a bash for the entire neighbourhood, our spooky recipes (p17) are all you need to make it memorable. You’ll never be scared of (chocolate) spiders again. We’re also taking a quick trip to the Middle East with my cheap and cheerful three courses (p56) — the orange, lemon and rose cake is very easy to eat, as I discovered by selflessly testing it. There’s also stylish autumn fashion, cruelty-free beauty and a chat with brilliant comedian Lou Sanders (p12) about her vegan life. Spooky or not, have a great October and enjoy everything you cook. Flic Everett, Editor
Editor's Letter, October 2017 (Issue 11) Even though I left school a very long time ago, once autumn comes, I have the strange urge to sharpen pencils and buy shiny shoes. So in this issue, we’re going back to school with a roundup of the UK’s best vegan cookery classes (p38) – wherever you live, there’s one for you. And if you fancy launching a whole new career, be inspired by Jenny Costa, the founder of vegan chutney company Rubies In The Rubble, who created a booming business from unwanted fruit and veg (p46). Talking of which, this issue is packed with warming, autumnal recipes for divine dishes, from simple and speedy seasonal suppers (p26) to the unusual flavours of the Caucasus (p42) which lies between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. And, if you’re craving something very comforting, head straight for celebrity Lucy Watson’s recipes (p78) for beautiful burgers and fabulous fudge cake. Of course, for many, the highlight of October is its very last night. Whether you’re telling ghost stories to your nearest and dearest, or hosting a bash for the entire neighbourhood, our spooky recipes (p17) are all you need to make it memorable. You’ll never be scared of (chocolate) spiders again. We’re also taking a quick trip to the Middle East with my cheap and cheerful three courses (p56) — the orange, lemon and rose cake is very easy to eat, as I discovered by selflessly testing it. There’s also stylish autumn fashion, cruelty-free beauty and a chat with brilliant comedian Lou Sanders (p12) about her vegan life. Spooky or not, have a great October and enjoy everything you cook. Flic Everett, Editor
Editor's Letter, October 2017 (Issue 11) Even though I left school a very long time ago, once autumn comes, I have the strange urge to sharpen pencils and buy shiny shoes. So in this issue, we’re going back to school with a roundup of the UK’s best vegan cookery classes (p38) – wherever you live, there’s one for you. And if you fancy launching a whole new career, be inspired by Jenny Costa, the founder of vegan chutney company Rubies In The Rubble, who created a booming business from unwanted fruit and veg (p46). Talking of which, this issue is packed with warming, autumnal recipes for divine dishes, from simple and speedy seasonal suppers (p26) to the unusual flavours of the Caucasus (p42) which lies between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. And, if you’re craving something very comforting, head straight for celebrity Lucy Watson’s recipes (p78) for beautiful burgers and fabulous fudge cake. Of course, for many, the highlight of October is its very last night. Whether you’re telling ghost stories to your nearest and dearest, or hosting a bash for the entire neighbourhood, our spooky recipes (p17) are all you need to make it memorable. You’ll never be scared of (chocolate) spiders again. We’re also taking a quick trip to the Middle East with my cheap and cheerful three courses (p56) — the orange, lemon and rose cake is very easy to eat, as I discovered by selflessly testing it. There’s also stylish autumn fashion, cruelty-free beauty and a chat with brilliant comedian Lou Sanders (p12) about her vegan life. Spooky or not, have a great October and enjoy everything you cook. Flic Everett, Editor
Editor's Letter, October 2017 (Issue 11) Even though I left school a very long time ago, once autumn comes, I have the strange urge to sharpen pencils and buy shiny shoes. So in this issue, we’re going back to school with a roundup of the UK’s best vegan cookery classes (p38) – wherever you live, there’s one for you. And if you fancy launching a whole new career, be inspired by Jenny Costa, the founder of vegan chutney company Rubies In The Rubble, who created a booming business from unwanted fruit and veg (p46). Talking of which, this issue is packed with warming, autumnal recipes for divine dishes, from simple and speedy seasonal suppers (p26) to the unusual flavours of the Caucasus (p42) which lies between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. And, if you’re craving something very comforting, head straight for celebrity Lucy Watson’s recipes (p78) for beautiful burgers and fabulous fudge cake. Of course, for many, the highlight of October is its very last night. Whether you’re telling ghost stories to your nearest and dearest, or hosting a bash for the entire neighbourhood, our spooky recipes (p17) are all you need to make it memorable. You’ll never be scared of (chocolate) spiders again. We’re also taking a quick trip to the Middle East with my cheap and cheerful three courses (p56) — the orange, lemon and rose cake is very easy to eat, as I discovered by selflessly testing it. There’s also stylish autumn fashion, cruelty-free beauty and a chat with brilliant comedian Lou Sanders (p12) about her vegan life. Spooky or not, have a great October and enjoy everything you cook. Flic Everett, Editor
Editor's Letter, October 2017 (Issue 11) Even though I left school a very long time ago, once autumn comes, I have the strange urge to sharpen pencils and buy shiny shoes. So in this issue, we’re going back to school with a roundup of the UK’s best vegan cookery classes (p38) – wherever you live, there’s one for you. And if you fancy launching a whole new career, be inspired by Jenny Costa, the founder of vegan chutney company Rubies In The Rubble, who created a booming business from unwanted fruit and veg (p46). Talking of which, this issue is packed with warming, autumnal recipes for divine dishes, from simple and speedy seasonal suppers (p26) to the unusual flavours of the Caucasus (p42) which lies between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. And, if you’re craving something very comforting, head straight for celebrity Lucy Watson’s recipes (p78) for beautiful burgers and fabulous fudge cake. Of course, for many, the highlight of October is its very last night. Whether you’re telling ghost stories to your nearest and dearest, or hosting a bash for the entire neighbourhood, our spooky recipes (p17) are all you need to make it memorable. You’ll never be scared of (chocolate) spiders again. We’re also taking a quick trip to the Middle East with my cheap and cheerful three courses (p56) — the orange, lemon and rose cake is very easy to eat, as I discovered by selflessly testing it. There’s also stylish autumn fashion, cruelty-free beauty and a chat with brilliant comedian Lou Sanders (p12) about her vegan life. Spooky or not, have a great October and enjoy everything you cook. Flic Everett, Editor
Editor's Letter, October 2017 (Issue 11) Even though I left school a very long time ago, once autumn comes, I have the strange urge to sharpen pencils and buy shiny shoes. So in this issue, we’re going back to school with a roundup of the UK’s best vegan cookery classes (p38) – wherever you live, there’s one for you. And if you fancy launching a whole new career, be inspired by Jenny Costa, the founder of vegan chutney company Rubies In The Rubble, who created a booming business from unwanted fruit and veg (p46). Talking of which, this issue is packed with warming, autumnal recipes for divine dishes, from simple and speedy seasonal suppers (p26) to the unusual flavours of the Caucasus (p42) which lies between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. And, if you’re craving something very comforting, head straight for celebrity Lucy Watson’s recipes (p78) for beautiful burgers and fabulous fudge cake. Of course, for many, the highlight of October is its very last night. Whether you’re telling ghost stories to your nearest and dearest, or hosting a bash for the entire neighbourhood, our spooky recipes (p17) are all you need to make it memorable. You’ll never be scared of (chocolate) spiders again. We’re also taking a quick trip to the Middle East with my cheap and cheerful three courses (p56) — the orange, lemon and rose cake is very easy to eat, as I discovered by selflessly testing it. There’s also stylish autumn fashion, cruelty-free beauty and a chat with brilliant comedian Lou Sanders (p12) about her vegan life. Spooky or not, have a great October and enjoy everything you cook. Flic Everett, Editor
Editor's Letter, October 2017 (Issue 11) Even though I left school a very long time ago, once autumn comes, I have the strange urge to sharpen pencils and buy shiny shoes. So in this issue, we’re going back to school with a roundup of the UK’s best vegan cookery classes (p38) – wherever you live, there’s one for you. And if you fancy launching a whole new career, be inspired by Jenny Costa, the founder of vegan chutney company Rubies In The Rubble, who created a booming business from unwanted fruit and veg (p46). Talking of which, this issue is packed with warming, autumnal recipes for divine dishes, from simple and speedy seasonal suppers (p26) to the unusual flavours of the Caucasus (p42) which lies between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. And, if you’re craving something very comforting, head straight for celebrity Lucy Watson’s recipes (p78) for beautiful burgers and fabulous fudge cake. Of course, for many, the highlight of October is its very last night. Whether you’re telling ghost stories to your nearest and dearest, or hosting a bash for the entire neighbourhood, our spooky recipes (p17) are all you need to make it memorable. You’ll never be scared of (chocolate) spiders again. We’re also taking a quick trip to the Middle East with my cheap and cheerful three courses (p56) — the orange, lemon and rose cake is very easy to eat, as I discovered by selflessly testing it. There’s also stylish autumn fashion, cruelty-free beauty and a chat with brilliant comedian Lou Sanders (p12) about her vegan life. Spooky or not, have a great October and enjoy everything you cook. Flic Everett, Editor
Editor's Letter, October 2017 (Issue 11) Even though I left school a very long time ago, once autumn comes, I have the strange urge to sharpen pencils and buy shiny shoes. So in this issue, we’re going back to school with a roundup of the UK’s best vegan cookery classes (p38) – wherever you live, there’s one for you. And if you fancy launching a whole new career, be inspired by Jenny Costa, the founder of vegan chutney company Rubies In The Rubble, who created a booming business from unwanted fruit and veg (p46). Talking of which, this issue is packed with warming, autumnal recipes for divine dishes, from simple and speedy seasonal suppers (p26) to the unusual flavours of the Caucasus (p42) which lies between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. And, if you’re craving something very comforting, head straight for celebrity Lucy Watson’s recipes (p78) for beautiful burgers and fabulous fudge cake. Of course, for many, the highlight of October is its very last night. Whether you’re telling ghost stories to your nearest and dearest, or hosting a bash for the entire neighbourhood, our spooky recipes (p17) are all you need to make it memorable. You’ll never be scared of (chocolate) spiders again. We’re also taking a quick trip to the Middle East with my cheap and cheerful three courses (p56) — the orange, lemon and rose cake is very easy to eat, as I discovered by selflessly testing it. There’s also stylish autumn fashion, cruelty-free beauty and a chat with brilliant comedian Lou Sanders (p12) about her vegan life. Spooky or not, have a great October and enjoy everything you cook. Flic Everett, Editor
 
Editor's Letter, October 2017 (Issue 11) Even though I left school a very long time ago, once autumn comes, I have the strange urge to sharpen pencils and buy shiny shoes. So in this issue, we’re going back to school with a roundup of the UK’s best vegan cookery classes (p38) – wherever you live, there’s one for you. And if you fancy launching a whole new career, be inspired by Jenny Costa, the founder of vegan chutney company Rubies In The Rubble, who created a booming business from unwanted fruit and veg (p46). Talking of which, this issue is packed with warming, autumnal recipes for divine dishes, from simple and speedy seasonal suppers (p26) to the unusual flavours of the Caucasus (p42) which lies between the Black Sea and the Caspian sea. And, if you’re craving something very comforting, head straight for celebrity Lucy Watson’s recipes (p78) for beautiful burgers and fabulous fudge cake. Of course, for many, the highlight of October is its very last night. Whether you’re telling ghost stories to your nearest and dearest, or hosting a bash for the entire neighbourhood, our spooky recipes (p17) are all you need to make it memorable. You’ll never be scared of (chocolate) spiders again. We’re also taking a quick trip to the Middle East with my cheap and cheerful three courses (p56) — the orange, lemon and rose cake is very easy to eat, as I discovered by selflessly testing it. There’s also stylish autumn fashion, cruelty-free beauty and a chat with brilliant comedian Lou Sanders (p12) about her vegan life. Spooky or not, have a great October and enjoy everything you cook. Flic Everett, Editor