Why you can trust

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BBC Good Food is the UK’S No 1 food life­style me­dia brand. We are pas­sion­ate about food and cook­ing. While recipes are at the heart of what we do, we are com­mit­ted to help­ing you to have the best food ex­pe­ri­ence you can, whether you are shop­ping for food, in your kitchen or eat­ing out in the UK or abroad. This is what we prom­ise…

Big­gest and best

We’re proud to be Bri­tain’s big­gest-sell­ing food mag­a­zine and the UK’S No 1 food web­site, bbc­good­food.com. Our con­trib­u­tors – BBC chefs, our in-house cook­ery team and con­fi­dent, out­spo­ken colum­nists – are ex­perts in their fields. Meet us at the UK’S big­gest food shows (visit bbc­good­food­show.com for dates and de­tails). Our best-sell­ing cook­books fea­ture our trusted recipes – you’ll find these in book­shops.

Recipes for ev­ery­one

There are 70 new recipes in every is­sue – that’s more than any other food mag­a­zine in Bri­tain. We al­ways in­clude quick, easy dishes, ideas for re­laxed en­ter­tain­ing, and more chal­leng­ing recipes for when you want to take your skills up a notch. Look out for our reg­u­lar eas­i­est-ever recipes.

Tested and trusted

We triple-test all our recipes, so they’ll work first time for you (once by the writer or chef, once or twice in the Good Food Test Kitchen, and again on the photo shoot). We put our gad­gets through a rig­or­ous test­ing process and carry out our taste tests fairly. Our restau­rant and travel rec­om­men­da­tions have all been tried by one of us.

Eth­i­cal and al­tru­is­tic

We care about the food we eat, the peo­ple who pro­duce it and the ef­fect this has on the world. In our Test Kitchen, we use hu­manely reared Bri­tish meats, free-range chicken and eggs, and sus­tain­able fish when­ever pos­si­ble. We aim to help you avoid food waste, with ad­vice on us­ing leftovers (tune in to Face­book Live to see our #Fri­day­food chal­lenge, when we use up Test Kitchen leftovers).

Healthy eat­ing

Every recipe is an­a­lysed by our nu­tri­tional ther­a­pist, so you can be in­formed when you choose what to eat. We flag up veg­e­tar­ian, ve­gan and gluten-free recipes. Find out more about our health phi­los­o­phy on page 152.

Fam­i­lies and chil­dren

Fam­i­lies can need help to cre­ate har­mo­nious meal­times, so we ad­dress this by flag­ging up ‘fam­ily’ recipes. We en­cour­age chil­dren and teenagers to get cook­ing with recipes that help them to learn new skills. Find out more at bbc­good­food.com/recipes/cat­e­gory/fam­ily-kids.

Eat­ing like a lo­cal

One of the joys of travel – across the UK and overseas – is dis­cov­er­ing great food. Our fea­tures are writ­ten from an in­sider per­spec­tive by on-the­ground writ­ers and food and travel journalists.

In­de­pen­dent and re­spected

As you’d ex­pect from a BBC brand, we are im­par­tial and in­de­pen­dent, so you can trust our ad­vice and rec­om­men­da­tions on ev­ery­thing from restau­rants and wine to kitchen gad­gets and more. We en­cour­age your in­put on your lo­cal finds, and ap­pre­ci­ate your feed­back on our rec­om­men­da­tions.

Food is our pas­sion and plea­sure

We take food se­ri­ously, but we also believe it’s a plea­sure to be en­joyed and cel­e­brated, whether cook­ing for the fam­ily, try­ing an un­fa­mil­iar in­gre­di­ent, choos­ing wine, buy­ing new prod­ucts or eat­ing out. We share our food dis­cov­er­ies and ad­ven­tures with you – and love you to share the same with us daily on Face­book, Twit­ter, In­sta­gram and Snapchat.

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