The Sunday Times cooks up a 52 page food magazine

The Dish will feature articles such as Jamie Oliver’s live-longer eating tips to Florence Knight’s ways to make the most of late summer ingredients and include recipes and feature places to eat Sunday lunch in the UK. 

Laurel Ives, Food Editor of The Sunday Times, said:

“We’re hugely passionate about food in the UK at the moment – from our world-class restaurants to farmers markets in every town. For The Dish we’ve sourced the best chefs and most delicious recipes to inspire readers and mixed it up with great features about healthy eating and the latest trends to delight food lovers.”

Featuring Sunday Times staples AA Gill and Jamie Oliver, it will also contain new family suppers from Cold Feet star and cook Fay Ripley, and meals to impress by Masterchef’s John Torode.

The issue also includes tales of life from the farming front-line by bestselling author and sheep farmer James Rebanks, what to drink by Damian Barr, and the truth behind the so called ‘healthy’ alternatives to sugar.

Sunday Times members can get their hands on more food features including exclusive how-to videos.

Martin Ivens, Editor of The Sunday Times, said:

“The Sunday Times is the UK’s top-selling quality Sunday paper. Our readers already enjoy a great package of agenda-setting news exclusives, sports, culture and lifestyle and The Dish adds extra spice to the mix, satisfying the thousands of them who have a love for all things food.”

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