Olive Magazine


Happy new year and welcome to your new-look Olive magazine – a fresh start for 2021.pages, from must-try ingredients and ideas for making your January cosy, to shopping and food news. In , we cover seasonal recipes, such as marmalade and a chicken and leek bake, and our cover story is packed with one-dish wonders, including the spectacular and simple spin on a comforting classic, spicy coconut chicken noodle soup. Our easy recipes for weekdays this month come from Nadine Brown under our new tag, bringing you unique twists on healthy favourites to help you feel good every day. In there are exciting recipes from around the world, including Denmark and Japan, and a red guacamole you’ll definitely want to try from Mexico, via Borough Market’s Tacos Padre. Plus, restaurant insiders share their positive outlook for the coming year. We wrap up with , a section to be enjoyed at leisure as you relax at home. Be inspired by April Preston’s beautiful kitchen in Devon; cook a laid-back weekend menu; tune into our podcast and have a crack at making kimchi. Pure kitchen therapy.

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