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The Australian Women’s Weekly Food

Issue 73
Magazine

The Australian Women’s Weekly FOOD magazine is all about food; how to create, make, bake and cook it. With masses of tips, hints, and useful ‘how-to’ pictures and videos, FOOD helps readers to cook with confidence.

Ed's letter

MY FAVOURITES THIS MONTH • Left to right: Maple Mustard Roasted Salmon p46; Rhubarb, Pear & Ginger Lattice Tart p96; Harissa Beef, Tomato & Lentil Stew p54

DOWN TIME • Clear the decks for a relaxed dinner with the family. All you need is to prep and forget!

STOCK THE FREEZER • A hearty stock is simple to prepare and will boost the flavour of any dish. The bonus is that making a pot of stock each week reduces food waste in your kitchen.

Catch • Our top posts and favourite reader pics this month

food bites

WINTER’S BOUNTY • This month, we share some inspiring recipes for potatoes, beetroot and carrots, which are all at their peak right now.

Fabulous fennel • Now is the perfect time to enjoy the warm aniseed notes of this winter vegetable.

MAKE IT FAST • Have dinner on the table in no time with these easy meals the family will love.

VEGIE-READY • Keep up your vegetable intake, even when you’re time poor, with these delicious, freezer-friendly dishes.

It’s all about the base • It’s so easy to transform a simple tomato sauce into something special. So double it up and freeze it!

Sally and Maha's SMART COOKING • Cook once, eat all week! This month, sisters Sally Obermeder and Maha Corbett share a week’s work of delicious recipes and a shopping list to help plan your everyday dinners.

SHOPPING LIST

Dinner’s Done

Egg-cel yourself! • Whip up a fabulous, stand-alone frittata, then value-add it four different ways.

Do-ahead dinners from the freezer • These winter warmers are just what you need to have on hand for busy weeknights or laid-back weekends.

BAKING with a twist • Try your hand at making these savoury pastries – they look great, and make a perfect winter lunch served piping hot straight out of the oven.

MAKE A SPLASH! • Dive into these colourful seafood dishes – they’re a perfect way to celebrate with family and friends.

SOFTLY SOFTLY... • These slow-cooker recipes for succulent, meltingly tender pulled meats are perfect fodder for your freezer, too.

WARMING WINTER SIDES • Pair a casserole, braise or stew with any of these deliciously rich, comforting classics.

In praise of the braise • Savour a winter wonderland of casseroles and curries from around the globe.

RICE & COUSCOUS • Brimming with fresh herbs, nuts and aromatics, these sides taste good enough to eat on their own!

on the rise artisan breads • Take your breadmaking skills up a notch with our step-by-step guides.

The joy of baking • Is there anything more gratifying than serving up something you’ve made with love? We don’t think so, and this AWW book extract is proof of the pudding!

The Joy Of Food

Brownie points • Get set for top marks for your baking skills as you master the art of this perennial favourite. Then add a gold star for these creative riffs on a classic.

TIN FILLERS • This versatile shortbread-style biscuit dough is perfect to make ahead for freshly baked treats anytime.

Some like it hot • Cup your hands around a mug of any one of these heavenly beverages for a touch of luxury.

WHIMSICAL TREATS • Add a little magic to any gathering with one of these creative confections.

Miracle fruit cake • For a touch of Christmas in July festivity without the wait, this ‘overnight’ cake is a winner.

In for a duck • Roasting this flavoursome bird is easy once you know how.

TEST KITCHEN COOKING SCHOOL •...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 132 Publisher: Are Media Pty Limited Edition: Issue 73

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 28, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Food & Wine

Languages

English

The Australian Women’s Weekly FOOD magazine is all about food; how to create, make, bake and cook it. With masses of tips, hints, and useful ‘how-to’ pictures and videos, FOOD helps readers to cook with confidence.

Ed's letter

MY FAVOURITES THIS MONTH • Left to right: Maple Mustard Roasted Salmon p46; Rhubarb, Pear & Ginger Lattice Tart p96; Harissa Beef, Tomato & Lentil Stew p54

DOWN TIME • Clear the decks for a relaxed dinner with the family. All you need is to prep and forget!

STOCK THE FREEZER • A hearty stock is simple to prepare and will boost the flavour of any dish. The bonus is that making a pot of stock each week reduces food waste in your kitchen.

Catch • Our top posts and favourite reader pics this month

food bites

WINTER’S BOUNTY • This month, we share some inspiring recipes for potatoes, beetroot and carrots, which are all at their peak right now.

Fabulous fennel • Now is the perfect time to enjoy the warm aniseed notes of this winter vegetable.

MAKE IT FAST • Have dinner on the table in no time with these easy meals the family will love.

VEGIE-READY • Keep up your vegetable intake, even when you’re time poor, with these delicious, freezer-friendly dishes.

It’s all about the base • It’s so easy to transform a simple tomato sauce into something special. So double it up and freeze it!

Sally and Maha's SMART COOKING • Cook once, eat all week! This month, sisters Sally Obermeder and Maha Corbett share a week’s work of delicious recipes and a shopping list to help plan your everyday dinners.

SHOPPING LIST

Dinner’s Done

Egg-cel yourself! • Whip up a fabulous, stand-alone frittata, then value-add it four different ways.

Do-ahead dinners from the freezer • These winter warmers are just what you need to have on hand for busy weeknights or laid-back weekends.

BAKING with a twist • Try your hand at making these savoury pastries – they look great, and make a perfect winter lunch served piping hot straight out of the oven.

MAKE A SPLASH! • Dive into these colourful seafood dishes – they’re a perfect way to celebrate with family and friends.

SOFTLY SOFTLY... • These slow-cooker recipes for succulent, meltingly tender pulled meats are perfect fodder for your freezer, too.

WARMING WINTER SIDES • Pair a casserole, braise or stew with any of these deliciously rich, comforting classics.

In praise of the braise • Savour a winter wonderland of casseroles and curries from around the globe.

RICE & COUSCOUS • Brimming with fresh herbs, nuts and aromatics, these sides taste good enough to eat on their own!

on the rise artisan breads • Take your breadmaking skills up a notch with our step-by-step guides.

The joy of baking • Is there anything more gratifying than serving up something you’ve made with love? We don’t think so, and this AWW book extract is proof of the pudding!

The Joy Of Food

Brownie points • Get set for top marks for your baking skills as you master the art of this perennial favourite. Then add a gold star for these creative riffs on a classic.

TIN FILLERS • This versatile shortbread-style biscuit dough is perfect to make ahead for freshly baked treats anytime.

Some like it hot • Cup your hands around a mug of any one of these heavenly beverages for a touch of luxury.

WHIMSICAL TREATS • Add a little magic to any gathering with one of these creative confections.

Miracle fruit cake • For a touch of Christmas in July festivity without the wait, this ‘overnight’ cake is a winner.

In for a duck • Roasting this flavoursome bird is easy once you know how.

TEST KITCHEN COOKING SCHOOL •...


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