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

All our recipes are triple-tested – once by the writer or chef, once or twice in the Good Food

Test Kitchen, and again on the photo shoot – so they’ll work first time for you. 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 160.

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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