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Ice breakers GET YOUR SUMMER STARTED AND COOL DOWN IN STYLE!
PLUS Authentic American BBQ classics The best gifts (and the worst jokes) for Father’s Day Frozen treats to enjoy when it’s hot
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Make the most of the sunshine with sizzling barbecue recipes and hot fashion, plus great gifts for Father’s Day, and much more 21
PROMISES To provide family friendly meals that: Save you time and money ……………… Reduce your food waste by making the most of the pack sizes you’ll fnd in store
……………… Are nutritionally balanced, using everyday ingredients.
We test each recipe at least three times in an ordinary kitchen, to make sure it works for you frst time and every time.
Kids’ folding chairs Cute outdoor seating Top picks This month’s must-have products
Food & drink
17 Eat the season Make the most of summer veg 21 American classics Barbecue favourites with a retro-style twist
31 5 ways with salsa Relish recipes for added zing 33 The big freeze Ice-cold treats for everyone 40 Brewing up a storm The brewery behind some of our best beers 45 I’ll bring the salad… Our food experts share their favourite party dishes 49 Micro marvels Desserts and sweet treats you
can whip up in minutes – in the microwave Fuel your brain all day long Food to keep you at the top of your game Rainbow recipes Quick veggie-packed meals Let them eat cake Try our dairy-free courgette, lime & coconut cake Food bites Trends, celeb chefs, and more JUNE 2015 | 3
Asda editor Hannah Dove Group content editor Rachel Simhon Deputy editor Sally Shore Art director Alex Nicholas Art editors Natalie Williams, Jack Cunningham Senior designer Melina Spasic Junior designer Susan Murphy Chief sub editor Kari Wilkin Senior sub editors Sue Sharrock, Gwennan Thomas Food editor Glynis McGuinness Deputy food editor Gregor McMaster Editorial assistant Shannon Wilson Account director Jo Brooks Acting account director Nicola Davey Account managers Amy Cawthorne, Hana Rathyal Account executives Nikki Little, April Rogers Head of client services Kirsty Ware George fashion director Michael Temprano Production director Melanie Clarke Sales director Simon Cockburn
69 ItÕs the way he tells them Classic dad jokes 70 Dad knows best Celebs share the best advice their fathers gave them 72 Great gifts for dads Father’s Day presents
79 George style Our chic tropical-print skirt 4 | JUNE 2015
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George notebook This month’s top style buys Make a splash Stunning beachwear Just like Dad Coordinated clothes for fathers and kids Dress code We’ve got occasionwear covered Ahead of the pack All you need for the perfect family holiday
ON THE COVER Multi-layered fruit cubes (p35) Photograph: Maja Smend Styling: Davina Perkins Food styling: Kim Morphew
95 Let the sun shine Stylish sunglasses
News Minion mania, fun in the sun, and more 96 Up for grabs Family holidays, theatre breaks, and other great prizes 98 The big debate Can holidays in the UK ever be as good as abroad?
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Super power your day with Tetley Super Green Tea
Fruity green teas which help support your immune system and reduce tiredness and fatigue* Available in selected stores only, while stocks last. *Tetley Immune contains vitamin C which contributes towards the normal function of the immune system. Tetley Boost contains vitamin B6 which contributes towards the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. Enjoy at least one mug a day as part of a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
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While planning this issue, we discussed what makes our dads so special. Funnily enough, the things they did badly topped the list – bad jokes, dancing and fashion sense. Maybe it’s because dads revel in embarrassing us, secure in the knowledge that there’s little we can do about it! My dad’s sense of humour is defnitely an acquired taste. He used to spike up our hair for school to make us look silly. Even now he always asks for the ‘smelling salts’ when we go shopping together (because the bill is so ‘extortionate’). But I secretly love recoiling at his jokes as much as he loves telling them. He’s mine and I wouldn’t change him for the world. In May he walked me down the aisle at my wedding after helping make it all happen, so to celebrate both his birthday and Father’s Day this month, I think he deserves a special thank you – love you lots, Dad. Make sure you tell your dad how much he means to you this Father’s Day, too!
Hannah Dove Asda Editor
This month …
…look out for new and exclusive LBD Spirit Peach Raspberry, £9.48 (50cl), perfect for summer.
…with thousands of other runners at one of the Asda Foundation 10K Series runs this summer. To take part, go to runforall.com.
GET IN TOUCH Email me email@example.com, or write to The Editor, Asda Magazine, Asda House, South Bank, Great Wilson Street, Leeds LS11 5AD. Call Asda on 0800 952 0101 Like Asda @asda – #asdamag Share your pictures #asdamag
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If you go down to the woods today… the kids are sure to love relaxing in these cute folding chairs. Ideal for camping, gardens and days out
George Home KidsÕ Folding Chairs
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Perfect for sports fans
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Blow them away with blasts of bubbles – fun for parties. Bubble Machine, £6
Make your TV Smart and watch live Sky Sports with the NOW TV Box. The Sports Pack includes two Sky Sports Day passes*. Now TV Sports Pack, £20
Add an instant ethnic-style twist to your look. George blue-and-white beaded necklace, £15
From fabulous fashion to home accessories, here are some of our favourite buys for June… Wherever you see these icons, the products are available online and in store
The sizzling flm version of the hit book, starring Jamie Dornan. Fifty Shades Of Grey DVD**, £11
Turn heads with this little feathered fellow. Owl garden ornament, £15 A great way to show of your favourite photos. Personalised canvas cushions, 30cmx30cm, £20; 45cmx45cm, £24
With a pretty lace trim, for smarter storage. George Home Storage Boxes, £10 (3-set)
These colour-changing LED comfort lights will brighten up any child’s day. Minions Illumi-mate lamps, £6 each
For your little ballerina. Dress (with pants), £16; shrug†, £8; both from 0-24mths; shoes†, £4; from 0-18 months; headbands†, £3 (2-set) JUNE 2015 | ASDA.COM | 11
news THIS MONTH’S
Savvy holiday buys, free kids’ activities, a new way to shop – and Minions everywhere!
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Need help keeping the kids entertained and active during the long school break? We’re here to help in communities all over the UK, giving young people the chance to try a whole range of sports and other activities – from archery and athletics to Zumba. To fnd out what’s going on in your area, head to an Asda Active Summer event in a store near you, speak to your local Community Life Champion, or visit ASDA.com/active.
HOLIDAY MONEY WITHOUT THE HASSLE
Minions, Minions everywhere!
We’re getting set for a summer of fun with the help of some little yellow friends. Join us in store for activities from Minion hunts to face painting, plus check out our online competitions. We’re Minions mad!
Going abroad on your hols? Take a look at our award-winning* Asda Travel Money service. All our currencies are available to order online, over the phone or at your nearest in-store bureau, and we ofer great rates. The service includes: ● 0% commission and competitive rates on a
huge range of currencies ● Your choice of cash, travellers’ cheques or the prepaid Asda Money Currency Card, which is available in all our bureaux ● Free pick-up from our bureaux, or Home Delivery** ● No fees if you pay with an Asda Money Credit Card
T&Cs Asda Travel Money ordered in-store is provided by Travelex Agency Services Limited, registered number: 04621879. Asda Travel Money ordered online or by telephone is provided by Travelex Currency Services Limited, registered number 03797356, registered at 65 Kingsway, London WC2B 6TD
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QUALITY APPROVED BY MUMSNET MUMS*
GET SET TO JET OFF
Make Asda your one-stop shop for travel accessories – we’ve got everything you need for your trip, from eye masks and pillows, to luggage straps, padlocks and our Easy I.D. Travel Tags, from £3 (2-pack). We also have electrical items including our Travel Hair Dryer, £13, plus plug adaptors, bug sprays, and loads more. Available in store and online. Plus, turn to p82 to check out the new swimwear collection from George.com.
Our new Little Angels nappies have been quality approved by Mumsnet mums. And with a full range – from nappies for newborns to potty-training pants for bigger boys and girls – we’ve got something for every step of the way. Our nappies are all super soft, absorbent and ultra comfy, plus they have a sizing guide to help you know when it’s time to move up a size, ofering maximum protection for little ones. Look out for great ofers in store and online now, including 3 for £12 on economysize packs of Little Angels Newborn, Comfort Dry, Supreme Protection and First Pants.
Don’t chicken out – take the challenge
Time to party Going to a party, or hosting one? We’ve got it covered, with a new partyware range for both kids and adults. From balloons and bunting to cards and gift wrap, you’ll fnd our new, exclusive designs in store from 6 June.
READY WHEN YOU ARE…
Chicken is one of our favourite foods, eaten on an estimated 6.3 billion occasions each year in the UK**. It’s tasty, versatile and a source of protein – but if not properly stored, prepared and cooked, it could give you food poisoning. That’s why we’re supporting the Food Standards Agency’s 2015 Chicken Challenge to keep your family food safe. You can get lots of handy tips and advice: for example, did you know you should never wash raw chicken? Plus, there’s also the chance to win great prizes. Visit food. gov.uk/chickenchallenge.
We’re unveiling a new way to make shopping even more convenient for our customers – a fully automated Asda Click & Collect Collection Point. Simply order your shopping online, select a collection time slot that suits you, then collect for free while you’re out and about. Look out for this amazing new innovation in Haydock next to the Asda petrol station – and in other locations in the future! And remember, you can shop our full online range using our Click & Collect service at any of our Asda stores. 14
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From days out to trips abroad, you’ll fnd all you need to take care of your family in the healthcare aisle. For more advice, visit your Asda Pharmacy
Elastoplast Water Resistant strips A handy assortment of breathable plastic strips that repel water and dirt while protecting wounds. £2.24 (40-pack), or 2 for £3*
Marvel Ultimate Spider-Man Plasters Cheer up your little heroes with latex-free plasters featuring the Marvel legend. £1.85 (18-pack)
Elastoplast Fabric Plasters Why let minor scrapes slow you down? These durable textile plasters are extra fexible, so ideal for joints. £2 (40-pack), or 2 for £3*
Check out our 2 for £3 ofer across selected Elastoplast and Savlon products*
Savlon Advanced Plasters** Designed to speed up healing, with a protective pad containing a special ingredient that helps stop bleeding. £2.57 (20-pack), or 2 for £3* Savlon Antiseptic Cream** To soothe, cleanse and help prevent infections from cuts, grazes, insect bites and stings. £2.40 (40g), or 2 for £3*
Peppa Pig Plasters Turn tears into smiles with pictures of Peppa and brother George. Washproof, latex free and hypoallergenic. £1.85 (18-pack)
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SEASON Bring a burst of sunshine favours to your table with the pick of our summer veg and delicious, no-fuss recipes
MANGETOUT Sweet, crisp mangetout
peas are perfect in light summer dishes. The freshfavoured pods are delicious raw in salads or with dips, or served lightly steamed or boiled as a side.
Use mangetout to add texture, crunch and sweetness to… l Stir-fries l coleslaw l salsas l spicy Asian soups l Thai curries l tempurabattered vegetable dishes
Mangetout, mozzarella & beetroot salad v
Mangetout means ‘eat all’ in French – the tiny peas are not removed from the pod – it’s enjoyed whole
In a frying pan, lightly cook a few generous handfuls of fresh mangetout, plus one or two sliced cooked beetroot, in a little vegetable oil. Remove from the heat, then toss with torn mozzarella and some finely diced shallot. Drizzle with a dressing made from olive oil, honey, a little mustard and a touch of creme fraiche.
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Spinach shrinks when cooked and releases lots of water, so precook and drain it if necessary
Green beans are best eaten al dente – tender but still frm to the bite. Add to boiling salted water then simmer for 1-2mins before testing the texture
Ourr y young, oung tender Bri British itish spinach i is grown in Shropshire, Kent, Stafordshire and Essex. It needs only the briefest cooking, as in our tasty side-dish recipe, below – or you can try the delicately favoured baby leaves raw in summer salads. Savoury recipes with ÔFlorentineÕ in the title usually contain spinach Ð and the leaves are as versatile as they are delicious. Try them inÉ l Pizza toppings l pasta sauces and fllings, or to give a green colour to homemade pasta l curries l risottos l quiches l flo pastries, especially with feta cheese
Spicy chilli spinach v Melt some butter in a frying pan, then add chopped red chilli, crushed garlic and a little lemon juice. Add some spinach and cook, stirring, until wilted. Serve warm, topped with crispy-fried breadcrumbs.
STRINGLESS BEANS With Wi h more crunch h and a slightly sweeter favour than regular green beans, stringless beans are a real treat. They’re simple to prepare, too – just top, tail and slice before cooking. Stringless beans can be served boiled or steamed as a simple side dish. Or cut into bite-sized pieces to add a fresh burst of summer colour toÉ l Potato salads l soups l frittatas l hot or cold rice or pasta dishes
Bean & bacon salad Melt some butter in a frying pan. Add sliced and blanched stringless beans, chopped red chilli and crushed garlic, plus lemon juice to taste. Cook lightly so the beans are tender but not overdone. Serve topped with crispy bacon and flaked almonds.
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EXTRA SPECIAL S TOMKIN TOMATOE Th hese aw ward-wiinning b b These award-winning baby
tomatoes, grown in Lancashire exclusively for us, are particularly sweet and juicy. They have a distinctive pumpkin-like shape – hence the name ‘tom-kin’.
Extra Special Tomkin tomatoes are delicious… l Eaten raw as a snack l stirred into pasta l roasted with fsh l hollowed out and stufed with cream cheese l threaded on sticks with cubes of cheese and basil leaves, as fnger food for a party
Tomkin tomato bruschetta v
Thickly slice ciabatta bread. Rub the cut surfaces with garlic and oil, then char in a griddle pan or frying pan. Roughly chop Extra Special Tomkin Tomatoes and mix with extra virgin olive oil, a splash of white wine vinegar, torn basil and seasoning. Serve on top of the bread.
These delicious award-winning tomatoes are grown exclusively for Asda
PEAS FOR PODDING Eating ing peas straight ffrom the
shell is a traditional summer treat – so look out for our Peas For Podding. They’re grown in Kent and Worcestershire, and picked by hand when at their sweetest. To cook, shell the peas and simmer for a few minutes. Don’t add salt as it can toughen them.
In the UK each year, we eat an estimated 9,000 peas per person. Enjoy them at their fresh and seasonal best in… l Salads l dips l pasta sauces – particularly with pancetta l omelettes l stir-fries
Pea & ham fritters
Boil podded peas until tender, then blitz about half in a blender. Mix all the peas with chopped ham, a little flour and beaten egg. Shape into fritters. Fry in oil until golden brown. Serve with salad and sweet chilli sauce.
For F more seasonal vegetable dishes, visit ASDA.com/recipes Fo
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Only about 5% of peas are sold fresh – the rest are cooked, canned or frozen
i r c e a m n A assic l s c Get back to barbecue basics with our selection of Stateside showpieces, with recipes and favours from Atlanta in the Deep South to New York’s Coney Island
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Itâ€™s easy to add American-style favours to meat with our rubs, marinades and glazes. With ingredients from cayenne pepper and maple syrup to bourbon and Coke, simply mix and then apply to meat, before or during cooking, for an extra-tender, tasty fnish. All our recipes make enough to cover 4-6 pieces of meat.
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Orange & Coke marinade Fizzy Coke acts as a meat tenderiser in this sticky and sweet marinade. The flavour combination works well on ribs and steaks 100ml Coca-Cola 2tbsp orange marmalade 1tbsp sunflower oil 1tbsp orange juice 1 /2 level tsp cayenne pepper Grated zest of 1 orange 1 level tsp dried oregano
Bourbon marinade A favourite American ingredient, bourbon will add a grown-up flavour to your cuts of meat 50ml bourbon 3tbsp honey 2tbsp Worcestershire sauce 2tbsp soy sauce 2tbsp sunflower oil 1tbsp Dijon mustard
Cranberry glaze Not just for turkey at Thanksgiving, this all-American berry is also perfect with pork chops 4tbsp cranberry sauce 3tbsp maple syrup 3tbsp orange juice
Florida glaze Inspired by the Sunshine State, let the citrus juice in this glaze add a fruity zip to chicken pieces 3 level tbsp Extra Special Apricot Conserve 2tbsp soy sauce 2tbsp lime juice 1 level tbsp Dijon mustard 1tsp grated lime zest
Mexican mole rub Create tasty, subtly spiced chicken 4 level tbsp chilli powder 2 level tbsp cocoa 2 level tsp brown sugar 1 /2 level tsp cayenne pepper 1 /2 level tsp cinnamon 1 /2 level tsp ground allspice 1tbsp sunflower oil
Cajun rub Inspired by recipes from the Deep South, this rub will add a little heat to lamb, chicken or pork 4 level tbsp smoked paprika 2 level tsp dried thyme 2 level tsp dried oregano 1 level tsp cayenne pepper 1 level tsp garlic granules 1tbsp sunflower oil
Loaded potato skins Top potato skins with creamy cheese and crispy bacon for a classic US side dish SERVES 8 READY IN 2HRS PRICE PER SERVING 37p Preheat the oven to 200C/180C Fan/Gas 6. Wash 4 baking potatoes, then pat dry with kitchen roll. Prick with a fork, rub with 1tbsp sunflower oil, then sprinkle with 2tsp coarse sea salt. Bake for 1hr 15mins, or until the skins are crisp and the potatoes are cooked through. Leave to cool for 15mins. Cut in half and scoop out some
of the potato fesh, leaving a thin layer inside the skins. (The leftover potato can be used for mash.) Meanwhile, grill 4 rashers streaky bacon until crisp, then cut into pieces. Mix 150ml reduced-fat sour cream with 125g grated Cheddar and 3tbsp chopped chives. Divide between the potato skins. Heat through on the barbecue or grill for 5mins. Top with the bacon and serve with salad. Each 130g serving contains: ENERGY
SATURATES SUGARS Low
794kj Med Med 190kcal 11.2g 5.6g 10% 16% 28%
of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 611kJ/146kcal
Make it easy
No time to mix up a marinade? Try these ready-to-go solutions. Chosen by you: Smoky BBQ Marinade & Glaze; Texas Fruity BBQ Last Minute Marinade; ÂŁ1 each (280g; 36p/100g) JUNE 2015 | ASDA.COM/GROCERIES
Smoky Kansas ribs Deputy Food Editor Gregor McMaster discovered the fantastic favour of barbecued ‘burnt ends’ of beef when he was in Kansas last year. His variation uses pork ribs, which are quicker to cook SERVES 4 READY IN 1HR 30MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.55 Oil, for greasing 1kg Butcher’s Selection Pork Ribs 4 level tbsp Dijon mustard 2tbsp pickle liquid from a jar of dill cucumbers, or cider vinegar 3 level tbsp brown sugar 1tbsp Worcestershire sauce 2tsp Tabasco sauce 1 level tbsp smoked paprika 1tsp mixed dried herbs 1 Preheat the oven to 160C/140C Fan/Gas 3. Grease a roasting tin and add the ribs, plus 4tbsp water. Cover with foil and cook for 30mins. 2 Remove from the oven. Uncover and drain of the liquid. Stir in the rest of the ingredients. Use a spoon to turn the ribs until coated. 3 Cover with foil again and cook for another 30mins. 4 Turn up the heat to 200C/ 180C Fan/Gas 6. Remove the foil and cook for 10mins. 5 Transfer the ribs to the barbecue or grill. Cook for 5-10mins, turning, until they start to blacken. Each 150g serving contains: ENERGY
SATURATES SUGARS Med
1,142kj Med Med 273kcal 13.2g 4.2g 14% 19% 21%
12g 1.35g 13% 23%
of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 761kJ/182kcal
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Tart raspberry complements these smoky ribs. Rekorderlig Premium MangoRaspberry Cider, £2.25 (500ml), or 3 for £5
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BBQ SPECIAL Atlanta-style peach & mushroom burgers v Peaches are used widely in all sorts of recipes in Southern US cooking. This sweet-and-savoury combo, which hails from Atlanta, is a delicious vegetarian option for your guests SERVES 8 READY IN 1HR 10MINS PRICE PER SERVING ÂŁ1.20 4tbsp olive oil, plus extra for brushing 1tsp chopped rosemary (leaves only) 1 clove garlic, crushed 4tbsp lemon juice 8 Asda Jumbo Mushrooms 2 ripe avocados 4 baby plum tomatoes, roughly chopped
8 ripe peaches or nectarines 8 brioche buns 125g mozzarella, drained and cut into 8 thin slices Rocket leaves 1 Mix the oil, rosemary, garlic and 2tbsp of the lemon juice in a shallow
dish. Trim the stems of the mushrooms to come level with the caps. Put the mushrooms in the dish and brush the oil mixture generously all over. Set aside for up to 30mins. 2 Halve the avocados, then remove the stones and skin. Cut into small pieces and put in a bowl with the rest of the lemon juice. Mash with a fork, then stir in the tomatoes. Cover with clingflm and set aside. 3 When ready to serve, halve and stone the peaches, then slice. Remove the mushrooms from the marinade and grill
or griddle for 3-5mins on each side. Meanwhile, brush the cut sides of the peaches with oil, then barbecue or grill them for 3-5mins on each side. 4 Split the buns, then toast, cut-side down, on the barbecue or grill. Spread the bottom half of each bun with the avocado mixture, then top with a slice of mozzarella, a mushroom and peach slices. Finish with rocket and the other half of the bun.
of your 5-a-day
Each 286g serving contains: ENERGY
1,556kj High High Low Low 372kcal 22.3g 6.9g 14.3g 0.57g 19% 32% 35% 16% 10% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 544kJ/130kcal
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Summer flavours Discover our new range of Clover Cooking Sprays
Clover Cooking Sprays helping you cook the healthier* way, adding exciting ďŹ‚avour, quickly & conveniently *with 86% less saturated fat than butter. Available in selected stores only, while stocks last.
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Unlike the British version, US-style baked beans have a spicy kick. This easy recipe uses canned, rather than dried, beans SERVES 8 READY IN 30MINS PRICE PER SERVING 40p 1 large red onion, chopped 1tbsp sunflower oil 1 level tbsp smoked paprika 1tbsp Worcestershire sauce 2tsp Tabasco sauce 1 level tbsp Dijon mustard 227g can Napolina Chopped Tomatoes 300g can cannellini beans, drained and rinsed 400g can red kidney beans, drained and rinsed 2 x 410g can Chosen by you Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce 1 Cook the onion in the oil in a large pan until soft and golden. Add the paprika, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco and mustard, then stir until evenly blended. 2 Stir in the tomatoes, then simmer, covered, for 10mins. 3 Add the cannellini beans, red kidney beans and baked beans. Heat through, stirring occasionally.
of your 5-a-day
Each 210g serving contains: ENERGY
729kj Low Low Low Med 174kcal 2.3g 0.2g 7.8g 1.26g 9% 3% 1% 9% 21% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 347kJ/83kcal
Our Foot Long Hot Dog Sausages don’t contain gluten – so if you’re looking for a totally gluten-free hot dog, simply sandwich one in a Chosen by you Free from Baguette.
Coney Island hot dogs
Infuenced by favourite foods of American settlers from all over the world, the addition of chilli, onions and mustard transforms a standard hot dog into a Coney Island dog. We’ve included spicy beans in place of chilli with these extra-large sausages Preheat the oven to 220C/ 200C Fan/Gas 7 and cook some Asda Bake at Home Baguettes for 10-12mins. Barbecue or grill Asda Foot Long Hot Dog Sausages for 10mins, until cooked through. Cut the baguettes
lengthways and fll with the sausages. Lay out bowls of Billycan Beans (see left) and sliced red onion, plus French’s Classic Yellow Mustard and ketchup, then let everyone garnish their hot dogs how they want.
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We’ve updated an American barbecue essential by stufng the centre of our burger with cheese, for a wonderfully gooey surprise SERVES 8 READY IN 1HR 15MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.25
Vanilla Coke foat Coke foats and ice cream sodas are an icon of 1950s America. Legend has it that a soft drink seller ran out of ice on a hot day, so he used ice cream from a fellow vendor to chill his drinks – and a classic was born
To make Coke foats, simply fll tall glasses almost to the top with Coca-Cola, then fnish each with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. ● Experiment with other foat combinations, such as raspberry ripple ice cream with Fanta, or strawberry ice cream with lemonade.
For more delicious barbecue ideas, visit ASDA.com/recipes
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Empty 2 x 420g packs Extra Special Aberdeen Angus Mince into a bowl. Add 2 fnely chopped cloves garlic, 2tbsp French’s Classic Yellow Mustard and 1tbsp Worcestershire sauce. Season with salt and black pepper. Combine with your hands until evenly mixed. Divide the mince into 8 portions and shape each one into a ball. Flatten to form a burger about 4cm thick. Mash together 200g crumbled Stilton and 1tbsp chopped chives,
then divide evenly into 8 portions. Use your thumb to make a deep indentation in each burger. Put a portion of Stilton in each hole and shape the mince to cover completely, so the cheese is in the centre of each burger. Put the burgers on a baking tray lined with clingflm. Cover with more clingflm and refrigerate for 30mins. Lightly brush both sides of the burgers with sunfower oil. Barbecue or fry for 5-6mins on each side. Meanwhile, cut 8 brioche buns in half and toast, cut-side down, on the barbecue or grill. Layer lettuce, sliced tomatoes, sliced red onion, sliced gherkin and tomato ketchup on the bottom half of the buns, top with a burger and cover with the other half of the bun. Each 232g serving contains: ENERGY
2,223kj High High Low High 531kcal 32.5g 15.5g 10.4g 1.86g 27% 46% 78% 12% 31% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 958kJ/229kcal
Cut through cheesy favours with a citrusy cider. Bulmers Zesty Blood Orange Cider, £2 (568ml), or 3 for £5
For a fruity variation on classic Stilton in these burgers, try Chosen by you White Stilton with Apricots. Asda Mexicana or smoky Asda Applewood cheeses would also work well – or use any cheese that melts easily.
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Enjoy expertly prepared meats any time with our Chosen by you ready-cooked range It’s easy to make delicious meals in minutes with the latest additions to our Chosen by you ready-to-eat meat range. All our expertly cooked meats can be eaten hot or cold and taste great in baguettes or buns, or served with salad or rice. To see the full range, head to the Cooked Meats Aisle.
Slow-cooked for 10 hours, then smoked with a bourbon rub. Chosen by you Pulled Beef Brisket with Bourbon BBQ Sauce, £2.50* (250g; £1/100g)
Jerk chicken breast fllets
Tender 100% chicken breast fllet in a tasty Jamaican jerk-style coating with allspice and chilli. Chosen by you Jamaican Jerk Chicken Breast Fillets, £2.50* (200g; £1.25/100g)
Plus, look out for new Sweet Chilli Chicken Breast Fillets and Pulled Chicken with Smoky Fajita Sauce
Slow-cooked for fve hours, and smoked with a barbecue rub. With a barbecue sauce. Chosen by you Pulled Pork with Backyard BBQ Sauce, £2.50* (250g; £1/100g)
Piri Piri chicken
Chicken breast cooked in a zingy piri piri marinade, for wonderfully moist meat with a spicy kick. Chosen by you Piri Piri Chicken Breast Fillets, £2.50* (200g; £1.25/100g)
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BARBECUE SPECIAL Classic Mexican salsa v SERVES 4 READY IN 10MINS PRICE PER SERVING 55p 1 Mix the tomatoes with 15 vine-ripened cherry the lime juice in a bowl. tomatoes, chopped 2 Add the other ingredients. 1tbsp lime juice Mix. Season to taste. Store 2tbsp chopped coriander in fridge for up to two days. 1 red chilli, deseeded Each 77g serving contains: and chopped ENERGY FAT SATURATES SUGARS SALT 177kj Med Low Low Low 1 /2 small red onion, ﬁnely 42kcal 3g 0.5g 2.3g 0.05g 2% 4% 3% 3% 1% chopped of your reference intake. 1tbsp mild olive oil Typical energy values per 100g: 231kJ/55kcal
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Give barbecues and snacks a global favour with our takes on the Mexican classic
Japanese edamame bean & plum salsa v Finely chop the contents of a pot of Chosen by you Edamame Bean Salad. Add some ﬁnely chopped plums, skin on. Mix a little soy sauce with a dash of wine vinegar. Stir through.
Alpine salsa Mix some ﬁnely chopped Mattessons Smoked Pork Sausage with a few chopped gherkins and some diced savoy cabbage and onion. Add a little mustard to some mayonnaise, then stir through the salsa.
Middle Eastern pomegranate & cucumber salsa v Dice a cucumber. Mix with pomegranate seeds and a bit of diced red onion. Combine with chopped fresh coriander and lemon juice.
British raspberry & tomato salsa v Chop some raspberries and tomatoes. Add some diced pear and a peeled, chopped orange, plus any excess juice. Finish with a splash of balsamic vinegar (optional). JUNE 2015 | ASDA.COM/RECIPES | 31
The big freeze
Chill out with our fruity frozen desserts and treats. From ultra-easy lollies to grown-up granitas, there’s something for all the family
Tutti frutti ice lollies
Raspberry lemonade ice lollies
Pour some lemonade into a jug – you’ll need enough to half-fll 8 lolly moulds – and leave until almost fat. ● Slice a nectarine, peeled kiwi fruit, a few grapes and hulled strawberries (or use other fruits if you like). Divide half the fruit between the moulds. ● Add lemonade to half-fll. Freeze for 1hr. Repeat with the remaining fruit, then add lemonade to fll almost to the top of the moulds. ● Add lolly sticks and freeze for 30mins. Check that the sticks are upright, then freeze for 2-3hrs.
In a large jug, pour enough lemonade to fll about two-thirds of the way up your lolly moulds. Leave it until it stops fzzing. ● Put a few fresh raspberries (or any other soft fruit you like) in each of the moulds, gently squeezing to release a little juice. ● Half-fll the moulds with lemonade, then freeze for 2hrs. ● Add another layer of berries. Add lemonade to fll almost to the top. ● Return to the freezer for 30mins. Add the sticks and freeze for 4-8hrs. JUNE 2015 | ASDA.COM/RECIPES | 33
Add these gem-like ice cubes to soft drinks, cocktails or spirits, for an extra burst of colour and delicious fruity favours. Perfect for summer parties MAKES 12 CUBES PER RECIPE READY IN 4HRS
Mango & coconut
Lemon & mint sorbet This zesty citrus sorbet is delicious served in a cone or with fresh fruit – plus, it’s totally fat free SERVES 8 READY IN 6HRS PRICE PER SERVING 33p Finely grated zest of 2 unwaxed lemons 225g caster sugar 31g pack Asda Mint (leaves only, discard stems) 300ml lemon juice 1 Heat the lemon zest, caster sugar and mint gently in a pan with 300ml water, stirring until the sugar dissolves. Simmer for 2-3mins, then leave to cool. 2 Discard the mint. Add the juice to the mixture, then strain through a sieve. 34
3 Pour into a plastic or metal container and freeze for 1hr. Whisk well with a fork, then freeze for another 30mins. 4 Keep freezing and then whisking the mixture every 30mins until almost frozen. 5 Whizz in a food processor to break up the ice crystals for a smoother texture. Freeze for at least another 30mins before serving.
Each 92g serving contains: ENERGY
651kj Low Low High Low 155kcal 0.0g 0.0g 37.7g 0.00g 8% 0% 0% 42% 0% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 707kJ/169kcal
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(28p per serving) Peel, stone and cube 2 small mangoes. Puree with 2tsp lime juice and 5tbsp mango juice drink. Spoon into an ice-cube tray to fll halfway up, then freeze until solid. Mix 400ml coconut milk with 2 level tsp icing sugar. Pour over the mango and freeze again. Each 74g serving contains: ENERGY
FAT SATURATES SUGARS Med High Med
368kj 88kcal 6.1g 5.6g 4% 9% 28%
6.1g 0.04g 7% 1%
of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 498kJ/119kcal
Lime & mint (8p per serving) Simmer 40g sugar in 100ml water until dissolved. Take of the heat. Add 2tbsp fresh lime juice and a little Dr. Oetker Gel Food Colour in Lime Green (optional). Mix well. Leave to cool, then pour into an ice-cube tray
to fll halfway up. Sprinkle over 2tbsp chopped mint leaves, then freeze until solid. Mix 50ml elderfower cordial with 75ml water, add to the tray, then return to the freezer.
Each 26g serving contains: ENERGY
Low Low Med Low 99kj 24kcal 0.0g 0.0g 5.7g 0.00g 1% 0% 0% 6% 0%
of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 381kJ/91kcal
Blackcurrant & pear (7p per serving) Mix 4tbsp blackcurrant cordial with 4tbsp water, then use to fll halfway up an ice-cube tray. Freeze until solid. Blend a 411g can pears in juice until smooth. Pour over the blackcurrant ice cubes, then return to the freezer.
Each 44g serving contains: ENERGY
133kj Low Low Med Low 32kcal 0.0g 0.0g 7.0g 0.09g 2% 0% 0% 8% 2% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 301kJ/72kcal
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We’ve given classic peach and raspberry ice-cream a refreshing twist by serving it as a frozen mousse dessert, known as a semifreddo (Italian for ‘half cold’) SERVES 8 READY IN 5HRS PRICE PER SERVING 47p 411g can peaches in fruit juice 3 large egg yolks, plus 2 egg whites 90g caster sugar 150g fresh raspberries 2tsp lemon juice 75g Asda Full Fat Greek Yogurt 1 Line a 24cm loaf tin with a double layer of clingflm.
2 Drain the peaches and reserve 2tbsp of the juice. Puree the peaches and juice. 3 Put 2 of the egg yolks in a basin with 25g of the caster sugar, then whisk over a pan of hot water until pale and creamy – make sure the bottom of the basin doesn’t touch the water.
4 Remove the basin from the pan of water, then stir the peach puree into the egg yolk mixture. 5 Whisk 1 of the egg whites until stif, then whisk in 25g sugar, 1 heaped tsp at a time. Fold into the peach and egg mixture, then transfer to the prepared tin. Freeze. 6 For the raspberry layer, blend the berries with the lemon juice, then sieve to get a smooth, even puree with no pips or lumps. 7 Whisk the remaining egg yolk with 20g sugar over
hot water, as in step 3. 8 Add the raspberry puree to the egg yolk mixture, then stir in the yogurt. 9 Whisk the remaining egg white and sugar, as in step 5. Fold into the berry mixture. 10 Pour over the frozen peach layer. Return to the freezer for at least 4hrs. To serve, thaw for 10mins, then turn out of the tin and slice.
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Each 283g serving contains: ENERGY
1,220kj Low Low High Low 291kcal 8.2g 3.4g 45.3g 0.28g 15% 12% 17% 50% 5% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 431kJ/103kcal
Unlike ice cream, this dessert* doesnÕt need to be stirred while it freezes
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*THIS RECIPE CONTAINS RAW EGGS AND IS NOT SUITABLE FOR BABIES, TODDLERS, PREGNANT WOMEN OR THE ELDERLY
Peach Melba semifreddo
FLAVOUR FROZEN OF THE TREATS MONTH Berry slush
Go retro with this cool mocktail. The blend of raspberries and blueberries add wonderfully fresh, fruity favours – ideal for summer parties SERVES 6 READY IN 5HRS PRICE PER SERVING £1.28 150g sugar 300g raspberries 300g blueberries Asda Red Grape Juice or Shloer Sparkling Red Grape Juice 1 Put the sugar in a large pan, add 300ml water, then heat. Add the raspberries and blueberries. Simmer for 2mins. Leave to cool.
2 Pass through a sieve, then freeze in ice cube trays. 3 For each drink, put 6 cubes in a freezer bag, wrap in a tea towel, then bash with a rolling pin to crush. Serve in a tall glass, topped up with the grape juice.
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Each 192g serving contains: ENERGY
699kj Low Low High Low 167kcal 0.0g 0.0g 38.4g 0.00g 8% 0% 0% 43% 0% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 364kJ/87kcal
READER’S VERDICT ‘The whole family loved this mocktail! It only took minutes to prepare and tasted totally delicious. We’ll be drinking it during lazy afternoons in the garden this summer.’ Fiona Gagg
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Pimm’s & strawberry granita
SERVES 6 READY IN 5HRS PRICE PER SERVING 49p
SERVES 6 READY IN 5HRS PRICE PER SERVING 21p
For an family-friendly version, replace the alcohol with Chosen by you Summer Fruits Juice Drink
Put a shallow, rectangular container, preferably metal or Pyrex, in the freezer. Heat 100g granulated sugar with 200ml water in a pan and simmer for 2mins. Remove from the heat and add the thinly pared zest of 1/2 orange and 1 unwaxed lemon. Leave to cool. Hull 400g fresh strawberries and puree with 3tbsp orange juice and 2tbsp lemon juice. Discard the zest from the syrup. Mix with
100ml Pimm’s No.1 or Asda Summer Punch and the strawberry puree. Pour into the chilled container and freeze for 30mins. Stir with a fork; freeze for another 30mins. Stir again, scraping down the sides, to break up ice crystals. Carry on stirring every 30mins for 3-4hrs, until the mixture has the texture of crushed ice. Each 120g serving contains: ENERGY
467kj Lo w Low Med Low 112kcal 0.0g 0.0g 22.8g 0.00g 6% 0% 0% 25% 0% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 389kJ/93kcal
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Naturally colourful beetroot makes a stunning-looking ice with a diference
Put a shallow, rectangular container, preferably metal or Pyrex, in the freezer. Dissolve 100g granulated sugar in 200ml water in a pan and simmer for 2mins. Remove from the heat and add the thinly pared zest of 1 small orange. Set aside until cold. Squeeze the juice from the orange and pass through a sieve. Puree a 300g pack Asda Long Life Cooked Beetroot with any juice from the pack, plus the
orange juice. Discard the zest from the syrup and mix with the beetroot puree. Pour into the chilled container and follow the freezing instructions for the Pimm’s & Strawberry Granita recipe (left).
Each 92g serving contains: ENERGY
404kj 97kcal 5%
FAT SATURATES SUGARS Low Low High
0.1g 0.0g 22.1g 0.09g 0% 0% 25% 2%
of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 439kJ/105kcal
Veg juices are a big craze this year, so give these a go!
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Brewing up a storm As Britain’s oldest brewery, Shepherd Neame draws on more e than 300 years of experience to produce Asda’s exclusive quality ales ) This is a really exciting time to be brewing, says Richard Frost, head brewer at Shepherd Neame. The family-owned business combines all-natural, traditional ingredients and state-of-the-art equipment to produce a selection of fne Kentish ales – including four exclusively for our Extra Special range. ‘Nothing quite matches our traditional ales for depth and diversity,’ says Richard (pictured above). His 85-strong team now produces 70 million pints of beer a year at the Kent brewery, which uses only local hops.
Where it all began Based in the Kent market town of Faversham, Shepherd Neame is the oldest brewery in the UK. It dates back to 1698, when n William William III was
on the throne, though there’s evidence that beer has been made at the site since 1573. The chalk-fltered spring water used sp iin n the brewing process is still pro drawn from the dra a company’s old com artesian well. art And the walls still An show scratches sho that tha were made by horse-drawn wagons hor in bygone days. b The Shepherd Neame name came Ne from fro Samuel Shepherd, who wh ran the brewery from fro 1732, and Percy
Le Percy Beale Neame, who lent his name to the Left: business. Above: the yard entrance, around 1910 bu
How the beer is made
The Shepherd Neame team use just four main ingredients to produce their ale: malted barley, hops, water and yeast. The barley is frst crushed to produce a ‘grist’, which is then mixed 40
Beale Neame, a hop farmer, who came on board in 1864. The business is still in Neame hands today, with ffthgeneration family member Jonathan Neame, the current chief executive.
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with hot spring water in a container known as a mash tun, to produce a sweet malt extract known as wort. This is transferred to a large brew kettle, or ‘copper’, where it’s combined with hops and boiled to extract the bitterness. ‘My favourite
moment is when the coppers are boiling and the air is flled with wonderful hop and malt aromas,’ says Richard. Finally, once the wort has cooled, the yeast is added and the beer is left to ferment in huge tanks.
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The perfect summer drink Old meets new It might be Britain’s oldest brewery, but at Shepherd Neame the technology is totally up-to-the-minute ● The high-speed bottling line can fll up to 36,000 bottles an hour. ● A robot feeds empty kegs to the flling line, then stacks full ones for loading on to delivery vehicles. ● The brewery has pioneered a new method to heat the wort malt extract more efficiently, producing a fresher-tasting beer and cutting energy consumption. ● Wastage is also reduced by the brewery’s water recovery plant.
From top: the bottling line; a robot flling kegs; heating the wort. Top right: pouring hops into the brew kettle
● But some things don’t change – the brewers still test hops the traditional way, rubbing them between the palms of their hands to check the aroma.
‘Nothing quite matches our traditional ales for depth and diversity’
Locally produced British beers are gaining fans across the UK – and you’ll fnd something to suit every taste in our Extra Special fne ales brewed by Shepherd Neame… Extra Special Gentleman Jack Ale Rich and smooth, with caramel malt favours and spicy accents. Extra Special Golden Ale This coppery-gold coloured ale is light and refreshing, with foral notes and a dry citrus fnish. Extra Special Mainbrace IPA Our Indian Pale Ale has complex favours, with a light, malty taste and hoppy aftertaste. Extra Special Whitechapel Porter Full-favoured and rich, with hints of spice and chocolate. Extra Special ales, £1.80 each (500ml), or 4 for £5*
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World of wine
Our experts have travelled the globe on a quest for exciting new wines – let them guide you on a journey of discovery…
CATARRATTO TERRE SICILIANE
Always buy the same tried and trusted wine? You’re missing out on a wealth of fantastic lesser-known wines, just waiting to be discovered! And I’ve been lucky enough to travel the world to fnd them. The new Wine Atlas range covers some unique wines, all for under £7 – from a light, perfumed French white to a vibrant red from Sicily, plus gems from Romania, Hungary, Chile and beyond. So pack your wine passport today… Philippa Carr, Asda’s Master of Wine
l Deliciously spicy l Packed with favour l Smooth and supple Sun-drenched white from Sicily made with grapes from older vines, which give the wine its spicy favour – great with chicken or fsh dishes. £4.97 (75cl)
Dry & refreshing
Smooth & mediumbodied
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l Crammed with blueberry fruit favours l Deep and smooth l Amazingly rich and spicy A soft, elegant and wonderfully smooth red made with Tempranillo grapes from the Cigales wine region in northern Spain. Perfect with traditional Spanish tapas, pork fllets or lamb dishes. £5.97 (75cl)
ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE NEW WINES, NEW LOOK Our Wine Atlas presents an innovative and inspiring range for customers who want to explore unique wines, with tasty and exciting discoveries from all around the world. And beautiful wines deserve lovely labels, so we’ve created little works of art for you to enjoy as you sample the delicious favours.
Rich & fullBodied
l Beautiful black fruit favours l Savoury and rich l Great partner to barbecued meats Located in the foothills of the Pyrenees in France, Roussillon has a wonderfully sunny climate that gives this red a ripe, rich fruitiness. A great match for red meat or pasta dishes. £5.47 (75cl)
SAUVIGNON BLANC TOURAINE
l Refreshingly zingy & l Crisp and delicious l Light on the palate, for a refreshing fnish Full of Sauvignon Blanc style, from the beautiful Touraine region of the Loire Valley. Enjoy with Thai, vegetarian or seafood dishes. £5.97 (75cl)
There are 17 diferent wines from around the world in our new Wine Atlas range, all for under £7. So pop down to your local Asda store or visit ASDA.com to fnd out more.
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COTES DU ROUSSILLON
Transform summer meals with new improved ready-to-eat Scan Original Swedish Meatballs
Scan Originall Swedish S i h Meatballs: £1.50 (230g; 65p/100g); £2.50 (395g; 63p/100g)
Families have been eating them for generations in Scandinavia – now discover Scan Original Swedish Meatballs for yourself. Made in Sweden to an authentic recipe, Scan meatballs are tasty, versatile and convenient – just heat for meals in minutes, or enjoy cold.
Containing meat, potato, herbs and spices, and no artifcial colours, favourings or preservatives, no wonder Scan meatballs are the No1 meatball brand in Sweden and the UK. Try them cold in a ‘smorgasbord’ bufet, or in stir-fries or kebabs. They’re also great in savoury tarts – try our recipe, below.
Mediterranean meatball tart
This delicious, easy tart can be served hot or cold. Perfect for summer meals, lunchboxes and picnics Roll out some shortcrust pastry on a lightly foured surface. Use to line a fan tin. Prick the base with a fork, cover with baking paper, then scatter over baking beans or dry rice. Cook in a preheated oven at 190C/170C Fan/Gas 5 for 10mins. Remove the paper and beans or rice. Bake for a further 5mins. Cook some sliced onion, tomatoes and orange peppers in a little oil for
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5mins, until softened. Mix the veg together with Scan Original Swedish Meatballs, then spoon over the pastry. In a measuring jug, pour out enough single cream to cover about halfway up the meatballs. Add 1 beaten egg per 50ml of cream. Stir in a little green pesto, season, then pour into the pastry case. Return to the oven and cook for 25-30mins, until set.
Discover more marvellous meatball meals for all the family at scanmeatballs. com/recipes
I’ll bring the salad… The best parties are those where everyone helps out by bringing a dish to share. Here are the recipes our food team always make for summer get-togethers
ASIAN STYLE ASIAN-STYLE COLESLAW
‘Simple, delicious and perfect for sharing’ Gregor McMaster, Deputy Food Editor
CORONATION N CHICKEN
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TEAR ’N’ SHARE HERBY LOAF
CHIPOTLE CH HIPOTLE & LIME HOUMOUS
Turn over the page for our food team’s recipes
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Glynis McGuinness, Food Editor
Coronation chicken Food Editor Glynis’ updated version of this retro favourite includes fresh lime and chilli to give it a lovely zesty kick. She usually serves it with a rice salad, or try it dolloped on slices of toasted ciabatta SERVES 6 AS A SIDE READY IN 50MINS, PLUS 30MINS COOLING PRICE PER SERVING £1.09 613g pack Butcher’s Selection Chicken Breast Fillets 6 dried apricots 1 chicken stock cube 50g Greek yogurt 1tbsp sunflower oil 1 level tbsp mild curry powder Zest of 1 lime, plus 1tsp juice 50g reduced-fat mayonnaise 2tbsp mango chutney 1 large mango, cubed 1 red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped Rice salad, to serve Radish slices and lemon wedges, to serve
1 Put the chicken breasts and apricots in a pan, and cover with water. Crumble in the stock cube and bring to a simmer. Gently cook for 35mins, until the chicken is cooked through. Take the pan of the heat and set aside to cool. 2 Remove the apricots with a slotted spoon, then puree with a hand-held blender. Add the yogurt and blend until combined. Set aside. 3 Put the oil in a pan over a very low heat. Add the curry powder. Cook, stirring, for 2mins, then stir in the lime juice. Set aside to cool.
4 Mix the curry oil mixture into the yogurt and apricot sauce. Add the mayonnaise and mango chutney, and stir to combine. 5 Cut the chicken into slices. Add to the curry sauce along with the cubed mango and red chilli. Mix together. 6 Serve the coronation chicken on the rice salad, and top with slices of radish and lemon wedges.
Each 168g serving contains: ENERGY
FAT SATURATES SUGARS Med Low Med
872kj 208kcal 6.6g 1.3g 9.4g 1.01g 10% 9% 7% 10% 17% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 519kJ/124kcal
‘Adds a burst of colour and fresh flavours’ Kostas Stavrinos, Food stylist
Linzi Brechin, Food stylist
Chipotle & lime houmous v Get dipping with Linzi’s tangy take on a classic SERVES 4 READY IN 5MINS PRICE PER SERVING 44p 400g can chickpeas, drained 1 clove garlic Zest of 1/2 lime, plus 2tbsp juice 1tbsp olive oil 1tbsp chipotle paste Toasted flaked almonds and pitta bread, to serve
‘I’ve been making this tasty, tangy recipe for years and it’s always a hit’ Glynis McGuinness, Food Editor
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1 Put the chickpeas, garlic, lime zest and juice, oil and chipotle paste in a large bowl. Blitz with a hand-held blender until smooth. Season to taste. 2 Sprinkle on the almonds. Serve with toasted pitta.
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Each 84g serving contains: ENERGY
594kj Med 142kcal 8.3g 7% 12%
SATURATES SUGARS Low Low
0.9g 0.25g 1% 4%
of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 707kJ/169kcal
POT-LUCK LUNCH Kostas Stavrinos, Food stylist
Asian-style coleslaw v Food stylist Kostas’ mayo-free coleslaw is packed with texture and tastes – great with fried chicken SERVES 6 AS A SIDE READY IN 5MINS PRICE PER SERVING 22p 150g white cabbage, shredded 1 large carrot, peeled and cut into matchsticks 1 red pepper, deseeded and sliced 1 /2 red chilli, finely chopped 2tbsp sesame oil 1tsp sugar Zest and juice of 1 lime Toasted sesame seeds, to serve
1 Put the cabbage, carrot, pepper and chilli in a large bowl, then toss to mix. 2 To make the dressing, whisk together the sesame oil, sugar and lime zest and juice. Pour over the veg mixture and stir through. 3 Sprinkle over the sesame seeds, to serve. Each 86g serving contains: ENERGY
313kj Med Low Med Low 75kcal 4.8g 0.8g 5.2g 0.01g 4% 7% 4% 6% <1% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 364kJ/87kcal
Gregor McMaster, Deputy Food Editor
Tear ’n’ share herby loaf v In a rush? You can make Deputy Food Editor Gregor’s quick and easy bread in less than 25mins Make evenly spaced, deep diagonal cuts across the top of an Asda White Bloomer loaf, making sure you don’t slice all the way through. Then cut diagonal lines in the other direction, to get a chessboard efect. Mix together some olive oil, crushed garlic and chopped parsley. Gently pull the cut pieces of crust apart, then spoon the oil mixture into the gaps. Wrap in kitchen foil until ready to eat. To serve, bake for 15mins in an oven preheated to 180C/160C Fan/ Gas 6. Remove the foil and cook for another 5mins. Serves 8
‘This dip is my ultimate no-fuss party pleaser’ Linzi Brechin, Food stylist
MAKE IT AN EVENT There’s nothing like sharing a meal to bring people together – and that’s the idea behind The Big Lunch. This annual event aims to strengthen local ties across the UK, by calling on communities to eat lunch together on one fun-flled day. This year,
The Big Lunch is on Sunday 7 June. Whether it’s a few neighbours sharing sandwiches in their front gardens, a traditional street party, or something totally diferent, there are loads of ways to celebrate – and make new friends. For details and tips, go to thebiglunch.com.
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Tap into the latest food craze with our mini sweet treats. They’re all made in the microwave, too – perfect for when sugar cravings strike
ready Lime cheesecake
Nutella & Baileys fudge
Red velvet cake
Our fuss-free version of the classic American Key Lime Pie is full of sunshine flavours. The citrus balances the creamy topping and sweet biscuit base for a rich yet refreshing finish. Serve in shot glasses for stylish mini desserts.
Nutella & Baileys fudge
Enjoy a grown-up treat with this rich, gooey blend of chocolate, hazelnut spread and Irish liqueur. It makes a lovely gift, too. You could use other liqueurs in your fudge – try Tia Maria or Grand Marnier to add a hint of coffee or orange.
Red velvet cake
Got unexpected guests? You can whip up a lovely moist sponge in your microwave in less than 15 minutes – then simply top with our easy cream cheese frosting. To take it to the next level, serve with vanilla ice cream.
Add an exotic twist with this classic Middle Eastern delicacy – small, fragrant cubes of dense, sticky jelly flavoured with rose water. Perfect for an after-dinner treat, serve straight from the fridge, with a generous dusting of icing sugar.
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BITE-SIZED DESSERTS Turkish delight
Nutella & Baileys fudge
SERVES 8 READY IN 15MINS PLUS CHILLING PRICE PER SERVING 25p 3 digestive biscuits, crushed, plus extra to serve 25g butter, melted 50ml sour cream 125g caster sugar 2tbsp cornflour, mixed with 2tbsp cold water 200g full-fat soft cheese 1 /4tsp vanilla extract 3 large egg yolks, beaten 1tbsp lime juice Lime zest, to serve 1 Mix together the crushed biscuits and butter. Spoon into 8 shot glasses and press down lightly. Leave in the fridge to set. 2 In a microwave-proof bowl, beat together the sour cream, sugar and cornfour mixture. Cook in the microwave on 60% power* for 1min. Stir, then cook for a further 1min. 3 Leave for 5mins, then mix in the soft cheese, vanilla extract and lime juice. Pour in the egg yolks, stirring. Leave to cool, then pour on the biscuit bases. Chill. 4 Top with lime zest and biscuit crumbs, to serve.
300g Carnation Cook With Light Condensed Milk 2tbsp Baileys The Original Irish Cream 400g Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate 100g Nutella 25g unsalted butter 50g white chocolate 1 Line a 20cm square tin with greaseproof paper. 2 Put all the ingredients except the white chocolate in a large microwave-proof bowl. Cook on 80% power* for 20secs. Stir, then repeat until all the ingredients are fully melted. Keep an eye on the mixture â€“ it will burn if overcooked. Once melted, stir until smooth. Pour into the prepared tray. 3 Refrigerate for 1hr, or until frm but still squidgy. 4 Put the white chocolate in a small microwave-proof bowl. Cook on 80%* in 10sec bursts, stirring in between, until melted. 5 Drizzle over the fudge, then refrigerate overnight. 6 Cut into bite-sized cubes. Each 14g serving contains: ENERGY
SATURATES SUGARS High
260kj High High 62kcal 3.4g 1.7g 3% 5% 9%
of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 1,858kJ/444kcal
Each 53g serving contains: ENERGY
7.1g 0.01g 8% <1%
Red velvet bites MAKES 16 READY IN 12MINS PRICE PER SERVING 17p
50g butter, softened 150g caster sugar 1 large egg, lightly beaten 10g cocoa powder 10g tube Dr. Oetker Gel Food Colour in Bright Red 125ml milk 1 /2tsp bicarbonate of soda 11/2tsp white wine vinegar 150g plain flour 30g icing sugar 100g full-fat soft cheese 1 Line 8 espresso cups, or 4 cofee cups, with discs of greaseproof paper. 2 Beat together the butter, caster sugar, egg, cocoa powder and food colouring, until smooth. 3 Beat in frst the milk, then the bicarbonate and vinegar, and then the four. 4 Half-fll the cups with the mixture. Cook on 50% power* for 2mins, then in 15sec bursts until the tops of the sponges are springy. Turn out, cool, then halve (or quarter if using larger cups). 5 Beat the icing sugar into the soft cheese. Spread on the cakes and top with any spare crumbs of sponge. Each 34g serving contains: ENERGY
894kj High High High Med 214kcal 12.2g 6.9g 16.4g 0.27g 11% 17% 35% 18% 5%
459kj High High High Med 110kcal 6.5g 4.1g 11.6g 0.17g 6% 9% 21% 13% 3%
of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 1,686kJ/403kcal
of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 1,351kJ/323kcal
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15 leaves Dr. Oetker Leaf Gelatine 450g caster sugar 100g cornflour, mixed with 6tbsp cold water 150g icing sugar, plus extra for dusting 1 /4tsp cream of tartar 11/2tsp rose water** 10g tube Dr. Oetker Gel Food Colour in Bright Red 4tbsp crushed pistachios 1 Cut the gelatine into little pieces and soak in 100ml cold water for 10mins. 2 Meanwhile, put 600ml water in a large microwaveproof bowl. Add the caster sugar and microwave on 80% power* for 6mins. 3 Stir in the cornfour mixture and cook for 5mins. 4 Stir in the icing sugar and cream of tartar. Cook for 5mins. Drain the gelatine, then add to the sugar mixture. Stir until dissolved. 5 Stir in the rose water and food colouring. Pour into a lined 20cm x 30cm tin. Leave in the fridge until set. 6 Cut into cubes. Dust with icing sugar and pistachios. Each 22g serving contains: ENERGY
202kj Low Low High 48kcal 0.4g 0.1g 9.5g 2% <1% <1% 11%
of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 916kJ/219kcal
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MAKES 66 CUBES READY IN 35MINS PLUS CHILLING PRICE PER SERVING 7p
MAKES 64 CUBES READY IN 10MINS PLUS CHILLING PRICE PER SERVING 10p
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Stay on top of your game no matter how hectic life gets, with our easy tips for eating well Food for thought Got a busy day ahead? Making the right food choices, at the right times, can help to give your body what you need. It’s all about getting the balance right, and including these essentials… ● Energy-providing carbs to keep you going through the day. Sources include bread, pasta and potatoes. ● Body-repairing protein, found in fsh, nuts, beans, meat and cheese. ● Energy-releasing vitamins B6 and B12 – in eggs and milk. ● Oxygen-transporting iron
to help your red blood cells – in brown rice, beans, meat and kale. ● Brain-maintaining omega-3 fatty acids – in seeds and leafy vegetables. Eating wisely through the day doesn’t have to be difcult, either. Rice cakes spread with peanut butter or low-fat soft cheese are an easy snack for protein and carbs. And eating two kiwi fruit a day can improve your mood and energy levels, a study has shown*. Follow our 24-hour eating tips to get the most out of your day…
EAT SMART Brilliant brekkie
*KIWI FRUIT DAILY CAN IMPROVE MOOD AND ENERGY, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2013. **THE EFFECTS OF BREAKFAST ON BEHAVIOUR AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, 2013
A good breakfast can give you the energy you need to face the day – yet up to one third of us regularly skip it, says the British Dietetic Association. There’s also evidence that it helps kids’ performance at school. A study by the Human Appetite Research Unit at the University of Leeds** found that children who eat breakfast focus better on tasks and are more likely to achieve higher marks.
A cracking start
Protein is essential for the body to grow and repair itself. For a tasty, no-fuss breakfast containing protein, go for eggs. Vitamin B6 This allows the body to use and store energy from protein and carbohydrates. Granary and wholemeal bread are sources, plus they contain slow-release carbs, which can help keep you going. Top your toast with peanut butter for more vitamin B6. Fibre Soluble and insoluble fbre can help other foods to move through your digestive system more easily. Oats are a versatile source. Try oatcakes with low-fat soft cheese as a mid-morning mini-meal if you can’t face breakfast frst thing.
The whole fruit
Fruit juice contains vitamin C, needed for the absorption of iron and for tissue health. But it also has a high sugar content, which gives a quick energy spike but soon wears of. Instead, eat whole fruit – the sugar levels are less concentrated and it contains fbre, too.
Eggs are a great, no-fuss choice for a breakfast as they contain protein, which is essential for keeping your body in good repair Try these… ● Soft-boiled egg with wholemeal toast and avocado ● Scrambled egg on toast topped with smoked salmon ● No-addedsugar muesli with low-fat natural yogurt and fresh berries JUNE 2015
As well as giving you a break, lunch is your chance to reboot your energy levels. Making the right food choices can also help prevent mid-afternoon hunger pangs, so you’ll be less likely to grab a biscuit or other sugary snacks.
Midday marvels Complex carbohydrates such as fresh, canned or frozen veg and fruit, and whole grains, provide fuel for the muscles, brain and nervous system. Plus, the energy release may be slower and longer lasting, with fewer highs and lows, than when you eat starchy carbs. So opt for wholemeal pasta and bread, or brown rice, instead of white. Iron is a key part of the red blood cells that zip around your system carrying energy-giving oxygen. Sources include beef, pork, lamb, chicken or turkey, which all contain protein, too. Don’t overdo it though – the NHS recommends limiting your daily intake of red meat to 70g* (cooked weight). For a veggie lunch, try a bean salad, egg sandwiches or houmous. Vitamin D may help to maintain the immune system**, according to research. It also helps your body absorb the minerals calcium and phosphorus, both of which are essential for healthy bones. Food sources of Vitamin D include eggs, liver, cheese, mushrooms and oily fsh, including canned tuna. 54
● Frittata made with
tuna, spring onions and mixed peppers ● Brown rice salad with chicken chunks, courgettes and mushrooms (or any veg of your choice) ● Canned sardines on wholemeal toast with a fresh tomato and onion salsa
Tuna and eggs contain vitamin D, which helps your body absorb calcium and may help maintain the immune system
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Super suppers A nutritious, balanced evening meal will help prevent you waking up with the midnight munchies, making it more likely that you’ll get a satisfying night’s sleep. Stick to small portions and avoid rich, ‘heavy’ foods.
● Grilled salmon
with new potatoes and steamed broccoli ● Chickpea and mixed vegetable brown rice pilaf ● Wholemeal pasta, with chopped, cooked chicken and diced red pepper, tossed in low-fat soft cheese with herbs
Strike a balance Omega-3 You may not be able to eat yourself clever, but this essential fatty acid can help to maintain brain function. Find it in oils, seeds, leafy green veg and organic milk. Oily fsh is a good source of omega-3 and is perfect for supper, so tuck into fresh, smoked or canned salmon, sardines or mackerel. Starchy carbs such as potatoes, pasta or brown rice are fne as part of your evening meal, but stick to a small portion. If you eat too much of them or have supper too close to bedtime, your digestion will still be working hard, which may disrupt your sleep.
Boost levels of omega-3 at suppertime with salmon, sardines or mackerel
Snacks on the go Carry a tasty, nutritious snack in your bag to help stave of hunger, keep you alert and reduce cravings for junk food through the day
Try these… A handful of almonds or walnuts.
This protein-packed hit also provides minerals, especially cobalt (a component of energy-releasing vitamin B12); copper to help trigger the release of iron; and magnesium, also essential for energy. ● Black tea – evidence suggests this lowers stress levels†. ● Popcorn makes a savvy, carb-providing snack, as long as you go for the plain variety. ● Veggie juices are an easy way towards your 5-a-day, and blitzing whole veggies like celery and kale into smoothies will keep fbre in the mix, too. JUNE 2015
Need new ideas for easy and afordable family meals? Check out our Good& Balanced range of pulses and grains WHY NOT TRY…
With a nutty taste, quinoa is a great alternative to rice or cous cous. Or use instead of oats for porridge. Good& Balanced Quinoa, £1.98 (300g; 66p/100g)
For a risotto with an earthytasting bite, swap rice for barley. Or use to bulk out soups and stews. Good& Balanced Pearl Barley, 64p (500g; 13p/100g)
Our dried bean mix adds texture and favour to salads. Also great in sauces and fajita fllings. Good& Balanced Salad Beans, £1.10 (500g; 22p/100g)
Subtle-tasting red lentils absorb other favours well. Cook with herbs and spices for a simple side dish. Good& Balanced Red Lentils, £1.10 (500g; 22p/100g)
Quick quinoa salad
Cook some quinoa according to the packet instructions, then set aside to cool. For the salad dressing, whisk together 3 parts olive oil to 1 part red wine vinegar, plus a handful of chopped fresh parsley. Put the quinoa in a large serving bowl with some sliced radishes, carrots, mangetout and deseeded red pepper. Add some cooked sweetcorn and some rinsed and drained canned kidney beans. Mix together. Drizzle with the dressing, to serve.
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95p per serving
Vegetable pizza with sweet potato
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£1.50 per serving
Gluten and dairy free
Make sure you use ready-cooked beetroot that’s vacuum-packed in natural juices and not favoured with vinegar, otherwise it will overpower the taste of the dish and spoil it
Beetroot, squash & quinoa salad (GLUTEN FREE) v
Quinoa is a source of protein and it’s gluten free, so it’s a good alternative to rice or cous cous SERVES 4 READY IN 45MINS 400g pack Growers Selection Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato 5tbsp mild olive oil 1 /2 x 300g pack Asda Long Life Cooked Beetroot 2tbsp balsamic vinegar 1tbsp clear honey 300g Good& Balanced 58
Quinoa, rinsed 1 level tsp Dijon mustard 2 ripe avocados 80g pomegranate seeds 1 Preheat the oven to 200C/180C Fan/Gas 6. In a roasting tin, toss the squash and sweet potato
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with 1tbsp of the oil. 2 Cut each beetroot into 8 wedges and put in another roasting tin. Mix together 1tbsp olive oil, 1tbsp balsamic vinegar and 2tsp honey. Toss with the beetroot to coat. 3 Roast all the vegetables in the oven for 30-35mins, until tender. 4 Put the quinoa in a pan, cover with water and heat until simmering. Cover the pan and simmer for
20mins, then drain well. 5 Whisk together the rest of the oil, vinegar and honey, plus the mustard. Season, then stir into the quinoa along with the roasted vegetables. 6 Peel, stone and slice the avocados. Arrange on the quinoa salad. Scatter over the pomegranate seeds.
of your 5-a-day
Each 290g serving contains: ENERGY
2,111kj Med Low Med Low 505kcal 19.7g 3.2g 19.7g 0.29g 25% 28% 16% 22% 5% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 728kJ/174kcal
WEEKDAY WINNERS Bacon, spinach & tomato pasta This easy pasta dish is great when you’re just cooking a quick meal for yourself. To spice it up, replace the bacon with diced chorizo SERVES 1 READY IN 15MINS 85g fusilli or penne pasta 50g frozen sweetcorn 1tsp sunflower oil 1 rasher unsmoked back bacon 100g baby plum tomatoes, halved 1 /4 x 160g pack washed baby leaf spinach
50g Chosen by you 50% Less Fat Garlic & Herbs Soft Cheese 1 Put the pasta in a pan of boiling water. Bring back to the boil. Stir, then simmer fast for 10mins, adding the frozen sweetcorn for the
fnal 5mins. Drain, reserving 2tbsp of the water. Put the pasta and sweetcorn back in the pan. 2 Meanwhile, heat the oil in a nonstick frying pan. Cut the bacon into small strips and cook until the fat starts to crisp. Add the baby plum tomatoes and cook for 2-3mins, until they begin to soften. 3 Add the spinach to the frying pan and cook for 1min, until it wilts. Set aside.
4 Slowly add the soft cheese and the reserved cooking water to the pan of drained pasta and sweetcorn. Stir over a low heat until the pasta is completely coated. Add the bacon, tomatoes and spinach and stir together. Serve sprinkled with black pepper.
of your 5-a-day
Each 595g serving contains: ENERGY
2,116kj Low Low Low High 506kcal 11.9g 5.4g 6.5g 2.38g 25% 17% 27% 7% 40% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 356kJ/85kcal
READER’S VERDICT ‘This dish is perfect for week nights – it’s quick, easy and delicious. The creamy, garlicky sauce and the salty bacon work perfectly together. It’s my favourite new go-to recipe!’ Scott D’Arcy
£1.29 per serving
For a delicious flling for wraps, leave out the pasta
Chicken & chorizo skewers with rainbow rice
Frozen chicken breasts are a handy standby for family meals – make sure the meat is totally defrosted before cooking for this dish SERVES 4 READY IN 30MINS 300g white basmati rice 1tbsp sunflower oil, plus extra for brushing 1 large sweet potato, peeled, cut into 1cm cubes 4 spring onions, trimmed and sliced 400g can Good& Balanced Red Kidney Beans, well rinsed and drained 6 sun-dried tomatoes (from a jar), drained and roughly chopped 300g Asda frozen chicken breast fillets, defrosted and cut into bite-sized pieces 1 red and 1 yellow pepper, deseeded and cut into 2cm pieces 70g Chosen by you Chorizo, thinly sliced
1 Preheat the grill. Put the rice in a sieve and rinse under cold running water. Put in a pan with 1.2L cold water and bring to the boil. Cover the pan and simmer for 10-12mins.
2 Meanwhile, heat the oil in a frying pan. Add the sweet potato and cook over a medium heat until tender, turning the pieces occasionally so they cook evenly. Add the spring onions and cook for 1min. Add the red kidney beans and sun-dried tomatoes and heat through. 3 Drain the rice and season. Stir the sweet potato and beans mixture into the rice.
Set aside and keep warm. 4 Thread the chicken pieces, peppers and folded slices of chorizo on skewers, then lightly brush with oil. Cook under a preheated grill for 10mins, turning occasionally, until the chicken is cooked through. Serve with the rainbow rice.
of your 5-a-day
Each 448g serving contains: ENERGY
2,381kj Med Low Low Low 569kcal 16.1g 3.6g 10.3g 0.90g 28% 23% 18% 11% 15% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 531kJ/127kcal
Put any leftover rice in the fridge as soon as itÕs cold, then eat cold within 2 days
£1.48 per serving
To reduce the salt content in this recipe, swap the prawns for white fsh
Less than ÂŁ1 a serving
Vegetable pizza with sweet potato wedges v
Sweet chilli prawns with vegetable sticks Stir-fried potato and carrot sticks make an excellent alternative to noodles or rice, for a balanced meal
This family-friendly meal is a great way to up your vegetable intake, providing two of your 5-a-day
SERVES 4 READY IN 25MINS PRICE PER SERVING ÂŁ1.30
SERVES 4 READY IN 50MINS PRICE PER SERVING 95p
600g potatoes, peeled 325g carrots 3tbsp sunflower oil 2 x 200g packs Smart Price frozen Cooked & Peeled Prawns, defrosted 155g sugarsnap peas, halved lengthways 3tbsp tomato ketchup 3tbsp sweet chilli sauce 1tbsp Amoy Reduced Salt Soy Sauce
2 large sweet potatoes, scrubbed and patted dry 1tbsp sunflower oil, plus extra for greasing 1 sachet (from a 290g pack) Chosen by you Pizza Base Mix Flour, for dusting 3 level tbsp tomato puree 125g pack Chosen by you Lighter Mozzarella, sliced 1 small red onion, sliced 1 yellow or orange pepper, deseeded and sliced 5 cherry tomatoes, halved 70g Asda Wild Rocket
1 Cut the potatoes and carrots into short sticks about 5mm thick. Put them in a wok or large frying pan, cover with cold water and heat until boiling. Simmer for 2mins. Drain in a colander, then pat dry with kitchen roll. Dry the wok or pan with more kitchen roll. 2 Heat the oil in the wok or
pan. Stir-fry the potatoes and carrots for 8-9mins, until the potatoes start to crisp. Remove from the wok with a slotted spoon and put on a plate lined with kitchen roll to absorb any oil. Keep warm. 3 Pat the prawns dry with kitchen roll. Add the sugarsnap peas to the wok or pan and cook for 2mins. Add the prawns, tomato ketchup, sweet chilli sauce and soy sauce. Heat through, stirring constantly. 4 Divide the potato and carrot sticks between 4 plates. Top with the prawn mixture, to serve.
of your 5-a-day
Each 404g serving contains: ENERGY
1,471kj Low Low Low High 351kcal 9.7g 1.2g 14.1g 3.23g 18% 14% 6% 16% 54% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 364kJ/87kcal
1 Preheat the oven to 220C/ 200C Fan/Gas 7. Grease 2 baking trays. Cut the sweet potatoes into wedges and toss with 1tbsp oil in a bowl.
Put on a baking tray and cook for 45mins, or until tender and tinged brown. 2 Meanwhile, combine the pizza mix with 100ml warm water. Knead on a foured surface for 5mins, until smooth and elastic. Roll out to a 20cm circle and put on a baking tray. Cover with oiled clingflm, then leave in a warm place for 10mins. 3 Remove the clingflm from the base. Spread with tomato puree. Top with the cheese and remaining veg. 4 Bake for 12mins. Serve with rocket and the wedges.
of your 5-a-day
Each 402g serving contains: ENERGY
1,985kj Low Low Low Low 474kcal 10.5g 0.8g 17.3g 0.40g 24% 15% 4% 19% 7% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 494kJ/118kcal
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STORK WITH BUTTER F luff y Texture Meets Buttery Taste
Zesty Lemon Celebrati on Cake Servings: 16 Preparation time: 20 minu tes Baking time: 30-35 minute s
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Place mix in 2 x 20cm (8 inc and lined sa ndwich cake h) greased tins. 5. Bake on middle 160°C fan, Ga shelf of oven 170°C, s 4 for 30 - 35 Cool. minutes. 6.
225g (8 oz) icin g sugar 100g Stork wit h butter 1-2 teaspoons milk
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Place Stork an d bowl and cre sugar in a mixing am together until light and ﬂuffy.
Beat icing ing redients toge until smooth. ther 7. Decoratio n: cut lemon peel in long strands, place in and 100ml wa saucepan with sugar ter over mediu Cook, stirring until sugar dis m heat. solves. Boil then simmer for baking parch 10 mins. Spread over ment and lea ve to set. 8. Sandwich cake togethe r wi and the lem on curd. Sprea th 1/3 icing d next third on top and us e remaining ici drops with a large plain no ng to pipe zzle around the edge of the cake. De co silver balls an d the crystalliz rate with ed lemon.
Each 81g serving contains: ENERGY 1342kJ
6.2g 30.6g 0.32g
*% of Reference Intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal) Typical energy values per 100g (1658 kJ/ 393 kcal)
Every cake’s a winner Try this butterﬂy cake and more celebration cakes on bakewithstork.com Available in selected stores only, while stocks last
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You don’t have to miss out if you have food allergies. Try our recipe for a summery bake that’s free from dairy but tastes delicious
Courgette, lime & coconut cake
The grated lime and desiccated coconut add tasty tropical favours and extra texture, while the courgettes keep the sponge wonderfully moist
As well as soya spread, you can make dairy-free bakes with sunfower spread* or rapeseed or sunfower oil. For ideas, see ASDA.com/recipes
SERVES 12 READY IN 2 HOURS PRICE PER SERVING 26p 225g self-raising flour 1 /2 level tsp bicarbonate of soda 1 level tsp baking powder 250g courgettes, (weight with ends trimmed off) 125g Pure Dairy Free Soya spread 125g caster sugar 2 large eggs, lightly beaten 100g desiccated coconut, plus 1 level tbsp for the topping Finely grated zest 2 limes, plus 8-9tsp lime juice 200g icing sugar, sifted
1 Preheat the oven to 180C/ 160C Fan/Gas 4. Grease and line a 22-23cm round shallow tin. Sieve together the four, bicarbonate of soda and baking powder. 2 Grate the courgettes into a dish lined with 4 layers of kitchen roll. Cover with 4 more layers of kitchen roll, press to squeeze out excess liquid, then repeat. 3 Beat the soya spread and sugar together until creamy. Add the courgettes, eggs, coconut and four mixture, and three quarters of the
lime zest. Beat until just evenly mixed. 4 Put in the cake tin and level the top. Bake for 45-55mins, or until a skewer inserted in the middle comes out clean. Cool on a wire rack. 5 Mix the icing sugar with the lime juice to make icing. Pour over the sponge, then sprinkle with the remaining lime zest and coconut. Each 101g serving contains: ENERGY
1,365kj Med High High Med 326kcal 15.2g 6.6g 28.3g 0.61g 16% 22% 33% 31% 10% of your reference intake. Typical energy values per 100g: 1,351kJ/323kcal
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CLASSIC ICE CREAM SPEC
From exciting events to fresh, new favours, discover what’s hot in the world of cooking THE BIG CHEESE
The humble cheese toastie is being given a gourmet upgrade as chefs revamp the classic recipe. Last month saw the opening of The Melt Room, in Soho, dedicated to US-style cheese ‘melts’, including a Portobello melt (right) and a Nutella and mascarpone combo (below). Morty & Bob’s Grilled Cheese Shack is also proving a hit at London’s Broadway Market. We asked co-founder Charlie Phillips for his top tips on creating the ultimate cheesy combination of ‘ooze, stringiness and favour’.
Chosen by you: Custard Cream Ice Creams; Bourbon Ice Creams; £2 (6 x 36.7g; 91p/100g)
OUT & ABOUT ● Yorkshire Post Food and
BEST BREAD FOR A CHEESE MELT? ‘We use sourdough, which is delicious and has a good crust. Avoid a white tin loaf – a bloomer is better – and don’t slice too thickly. A trick is to use slightly stale bread – it gets nice and crispy and has structure to hold the ﬁlling.’
THE BEST CHEESE?
‘Nothing beats a mature British Cheddar, but it’s good to mix it up with other cheeses such as Gruyere or Emmental. Don’t try feta or halloumi – they won’t melt properly.’
HOW TO COOK
‘Brush melted butter on the outside of the sandwich, getting right to the edges for maximum crispness. Fry for 3-4mins. Press the sarnie into the pan with an upside-down plate at ﬁrst, but remove it once the cheese starts to melt. And be careful, oozing cheese is very hot.’ 64
Celebrate summer with our new retro-style ice cream Custard Creams and Bourbons* – replicas of the classic biscuits in vanilla or chocolate ice cream. Perfect summer treats!
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Drink Show (5-7 June) This popular annual event celebrates the best regional produce, with street-food stalls and chef demos. Head to Leeds’ Millennium Square. jpeventsnorth.co.uk. ● National Picnic Week (nationwide) Grab a rug and eat al fresco during National Picnic Week (13-21 June). For great recipe ideas and the best picnic sites in your area, go to nationalpicnicweek.co.uk. ● Taste of London, Regent’s Park, London (17-21 June) Taste dishes from the capital’s hottest restaurants, sample unique ingredients, and indulge in wine and whisky tastings. london.tastefestivals.com
FOOD NEWS Five minutes with…
The TV chef and food writer found fame with The Little Paris Kitchen and explored her Malaysian heritage in A Cook Abroad on BBC2. Her latest book, Kitchen Notebook, is out now.
Watch out for The Groundnut boys, a talented trio whose sell-out pop-up restaurants showcase the favours of their mixed African and European heritage. Go to ASDA.com/recipes to try their mouthwatering Peri-Peri Chicken and the West African staple, fragrant Jollof Rice, also featured in their soon-to-be-released The Groundnut Cookbook.
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You’ve got an Austrian mum and a Malay-Chinese dad. What were your teatime favourites growing up? We mostly ate Malaysian-Chinese dishes, but I also loved Garfeld the cartoon cat and always asked Mum to make his favourite food – lasagne. Your travels inspired Kitchen Notebook. What’s the most interesting place you’ve visited? It’s hard to pick just one place as even London, my home town, is inspiring. But I loved Istanbul. The street food, architecture and atmosphere all added up to a magical place. Can you share any foolproof ideas to impress dinner guests? Let the produce do the work for you. For example, take a sun-ripened tomato that’s juicy and full of favour. Slice it, drizzle over olive oil, then sprinkle sea salt on top – and that’s your starter or side dish. There’s something to be said about keeping things simple and using the best you can aford. I often serve just one fabulous cheese for the cheese course rather than several ordinary ones.
Your kitchen in the Little Paris Kitchen TV series was tiny. What’s your advice for cooking in a small area? It’s all about being organised, so that every utensil has a home. Displaying pots and plates on a bookshelf, for example, frees up kitchen space. You don’t need a lot of gadgets either. A hand-held blender with attachments will get most tasks done.
ON MY BOOKSHELF Deputy Food Editor Gregor McMaster says… ‘As barbecue season gets into full swing, I always reach for Jamie’s America cookbook. It’s packed with recipes that refect the rich heritage of the States, including Surf & Turf Gumbo and Chilli Cheese Cornbread. But I’m not sure I’ll be trying the Cajun Alligator recipe!’ For more US-inspired recipes, go to p21.
Cocktail classic Our Stateside-style recipes have got us in the mood for bourbon (American whiskey) – so celebrate with a refreshing Mint Julep. Put 2tsp caster sugar, 5 mint leaves and a handful of crushed ice in a glass and mix together well. Pour over 2 shots of American bourbon plus a splash of water, then mix again. Serve topped with a sprig of mint.
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Good to go It’s easy to eat well when you’re out and about with our delicious new sandwiches and Good& Balanced salad range
All rolled back to just £2.25 each, fnd our new sandwiches and salads in the Food Fed up with the same old To Go section sandwiches? Take a look at the in store fabulous new varieties in our Food to Go range. With a selection of delicious new breads and fllings – all at £2.25 each, rolled back from £2.60 – you’ll be spoilt for choice. From US-style deli favourites to British classics with a twist, enjoy a world of new favours with our Grab Bag sandwiches. And don’t miss our fresh focaccias with tempting fllings, including salami and cheese. Lunch just got a lot more interesting…
Quality and favour
Enjoy the Mediterraneanstyle favours of our new rosemary-topped focaccia stufed with cured salami and tangy Italian cheese, plus a garnish of roast tomatoes, rocket and mayonnaise. Salami & Mozzarella Focaccia, £2.25
Big Apple-style lunch
Farmhouse rye bread, generously ﬁlled with seasoned pastrami, Emmental, gherkins, salad and mustard – no wonder it’s a Stateside favourite. The New Yorker Deli Classic Grab Bag, £2.25
Best of British
A sausage sarnie with a diference. Thick-cut fresh white bread packed with quality pork sausage, tender chicken, smoked bacon, sage and onion stufng and mayo. Chicken, Sausage, Bacon & Stufng Grab Bag, £2.25
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Whether you’re trying to lead a healthier lifestyle or just fancy something a bit diferent, take a look at our Good& Balanced range – now available in our Food To Go section, with prices rolled back to £2.25 each, from £2.75. You’ll fnd a variety of tasty dishes developed to provide a good mix of nutrients, for easy and afordable balanced eating.
Sliced chicken breast with broccoli, spinach, roast tomatoes and a coriander and lime dressing, all on a deliciously fresh fatbread. Good& Balanced Chicken & Flatbread Salad, £2.25
For an exotic twist, try this favour-packed combination of bulgar wheat, cous cous, pumpkin seeds and chicken breast in a herby dressing. Good& Balanced Moroccan Chicken Salad, £2.25
Tuck into our tasty Good& Balanced Greek-style salad of soft orzo pasta, courgettes, peppers and Greek cheese, with a tangy basil dressing. Good& Balanced Red Pepper & Greek Cheese Pasta Salad, £2.25 (300g, 75p/100g)
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It’s the way he tells them We asked fans of our Facebook page to post their dads’ most cringeworthy jokes. Here are some of our favourite corkers… How many tickles does it take to make an octopus laugh? Ten tickles! Louise Dufy
A bloke goes to the doctor and says he keeps hearing Tom Jones singing in his ears. The doctor looks in his ears and says, ‘That’s not
John Lennon SAY WHEN HE
walked out of the hairdressers?
LOVE ME DO? Amy Potter
WHAT DO YOU GET
IF YOU CROSS
A SHEEP WITH A
KANGAROO? A WOOLLY JUMPER Polly Swann
unusual.’ WHY ARE
BECAUSE THEY ARRRRRRE! Heather Pmt Osmon
Why did the banana go to the doctor? Because he wasn’t peeling very well Katie Jordan
I USED TO RUN AN
ORIGAMI CLUB BUT IT
I bought my mum a wooden leg for Christmas. It’s not her main present, just a stocking fller! Karen Gair
Why did the boy throw the butter out the window? To see the butter ﬂy!
What do you call a dog with no ears?
Whatever you want because he can’t HEAR you! Wendy Woo’z
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Dad knows best To celebrate Father’s Day, we asked celebrities to share the advice, tips and traits that their dads passed on to them
Warwick Davis Actor
‘My dad never pandered to me. If I wanted something from a high shelf [Warwick sufers from a condition afecting bone growth], he let me work it out by myself – because Mum and Dad won’t always be there. I’m the same with my kids [the condition was passed on to his two children]. I often see them climbing up shelves to get things.’
Ricky Gervais Comedian and actor
‘My dad was a labourer and he used to get up at 5.30 every morning. He worked for 50 years of his life, in all weathers, for – by showbiz standards – petty cash. I remind myself of that when I’m feeling a little bit hard done-by.’
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Alex Jones Host, The One Show ‘Dad’s driving advice is what I remember most: “When coming up to trafc lights, change down through the gears, otherwise you’ll spoil your gearbox.” I always follow that advice.’
‘I’ve got a big jaw. I got that from my father. Thank you very much, Dad!’ Kelly Osbourne Presenter and fashion designer
Bear Grylls Adventurer ‘My dad taught me that if you have very cold fngers, swing your arms really fast with your palms open, so that the force drives the blood to your fngertips. It works brilliantly!’ Bear’s new book, Ghost Flight, is out 4 June, priced £9
The Loose Women
‘My father told me, “Never be afraid to ask a stupid question.” I’ve based my career on it.’
‘My dad loves hooks! Every time he visited me when I was at college, he would scan my home looking for somewhere to put a hook. No door – or cupboard door – was safe! The love of hooks has been passed on to me. Now, my house is flled with hooks for tea towels, dustpans and brushes… I couldn’t do without them.’
Nadia Sawalha ‘My dad showed me how to fll a skip, “so you get every penny’s worth!”’
‘My father used to say: “If you can’t be good then don’t get caught.”’
Umar and Baasit Siddiqui Gogglebox
Phil Spencer Host, Location, Location, Location
Rafe Spall Actor ‘My dad [actor, Timothy] taught me that even if you get past the casting director’s door, you’ve still got to do your homework – you’ve still got to work hard. It’s a lesson I always remember’
From left: Umar, Sid, Baasit ‘‘Dad [fellow Gogglebox star, Sid] gave us DIY tips. Don’t stand close to a radiator when bleeding it because you’ll get soaked. When changing tyres, slightly undo the nuts while the tyre is on the foor before jacking the car up. He also taught us how to mix cement, porridge and wallpaper paste so they don’t get lumpy (not all together, obviously!).’
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Rubik’s Cube, £10
George leather belt, £10
G R E AT GI F T S F O R DA D S
Joop! Homme gift set, £22
American Sniper DVD, £11
Ge org eh at, £8
Guinness Steak Set, £10
Haig Club whisky (70cl)
Was £45, now £39.98*
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Dove Men+Care Daily Care Duo, £6 or 2 for £8
T-shirt**, sizes S-XXXXL, £10
FATHER’S DAY GIFTS
George shoes, sizes 6-12, £28
Personalised cushion (large)
Was £20, now £16
George sunglasses, £4 George watch, £75
v ery e r o f d g n The re’s somethi 4x4 Of Road Driving Adventure in Berkshire, £47. Other packages and locations available
James Bond 007 gift set, £15
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Wooden chessboard, £5
Vivitar 783HD Action Camera, 720p HD video recorder complete with mounts and accessories, £29 Was £14.50, now £8.97*
Chateauneuf du Pape Grande Reserve
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GIVE THE GIFT OF GOLD
Make this Father’s Day special and give the perfect gift - a single malt of exemplary character and flavour created from 100% sherry oak casks. The macallan is celebrated far and wide by experts and discerning drinkers as the world’s most precious whisky. The macallan gold is no exception.
Look out for The Macallan Gold Limited Edition Luggage Tag packs in selected stores. These specially designed packs celebrate The Macallan’s global allure in some of the richest cities in the world and include a luxury black leather luggage tag. Available in selected stores only, while stocks last.
PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY
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FATHER’S DAY GIFTS Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male (75ml)
Was £34, now £25*
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Waddingtons The Number 1 Poker Pack, £10
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Fifteenbottle world beer hamper, £38.50
George braces, £4
Was £99.96, now £44** Philips AquaTouch Shaver Spectacular Silverstone Helicopter Flying Lesson, £139. Other packages and locations available
Remington Pro Clipper
George 5-pack socks set, £6
From top: George elastic belt, £6
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt†, Xbox One/PS4, £47
Was £49.96, now £29**
; George tan belt, £10
Asda Man Gift Card, Load £1-£500
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, AY D IN ! IS E Y H S A E A D K H O A C T M UR RE P O ST
THE THE RI HT RIGHT C H O I CE CHOICE
Live events For sport, music, comedy and more fantastic events. Whatever his interests, there’s something for everyone with Ticketmaster. A world of possibilities Treat him to a shopping spree with a Vanilla Visa Gift Card*, accepted wherever you see the Visa Brand Mark.
A taste of Portugal He can take the family for a feast of delicious Peri Peri chicken at Nando’s. With around 280 branches across the UK.
That’s entertainment The world’s best dad deserves the best apps, games, music, flms, books, and more. Grab an iTunes Gift Card, from £15†.
Play time Dad can enjoy great gaming, plus digital books, songs, TV, and more, with a Google Play gift card**.
Happy home-lover Is Dad a DIY fan? From gardening tools to handy home essentials, he can get what he wants at B&Q.
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Let Dad pick his perfect present with a gift card from Asda for Father’s Day
FATHER’S DAY GIFTS Personalised faux leather keyring, £6
Gi fts for £5 an du nder George No.1 Daddy socks, £1.50
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Star Wars Soap On A Rope, £3
Super Dad! card with Wine Gums (200g), £1.98
Micro Drum Kit, £5
Dad’s Smashing Tofee & Fudge, £2.46 (200g)
Miniature spirits (5cl), £3 each
Father’s Day cards, from £2.50 each Heinz Tomato Ketchup sandwich box gift set, £5
Personalised travel mug, was £12, now £10
Heinz Tomato Ketchup chips gift set, £8
Business bear cuddly toy, £3
Four In A Row wooden game, £5
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ALL HO ME WARE
Jakarta 6-piece patio set
Luxurious garden furniture at
£299 Jakarta 4-piece sofa set
£160 Jakarta tub chairs 2-piece
Jakarta multi position cushion lounger
Majority of stores. Available while stocks last. Accessories not included. *If for any reason you are not satisfed with your George Home purchase, simply return it within 100 days with proof of purchase for an exchange or refund. This excludes part-assembled fat pack furniture or mattresses. Your statutory rights are not afected. UK mainland stores only. Excludes franchises.
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Summer’s here – and that means holidays. Check out our sensational swimwear and getaway essentials, plus matching dad-and-kids styles
8-24, code 5140865; top**, 8-24, £10, code 5161553; necklace, £8, code 3545127; bag, £12, code 5052426; bangles, £4, code 3545332 *AVAILABLE FROM 7 JUNE **AVAILABLE FROM 1 JUNE
Totally tropical Get set for sunshine with this skater-style skirt in vibrant colours and tropical prints. Team with a silky top, rafa shopper and fat sandals for instant laid-back cool.
*Introductory price until 3rd July, then £3.30. Available in selected stores only, while stocks last. Comfort Intense 570ml (£0.23 per 100ml).
BOHO CHIC Work the boho trend around the clock with this versatile dress. Team with gladiator ﬂats for extra ﬂa style points. sty
CATWALK TREND: ETRO
Dress, 8-24, £20, code 5100300
MORE IS MORE Pile them up! Stacked bangles are an easy way into the latest tribal look. Bangles, £8 for set, code 3545346
SUMMER SPARKLERS Pedicures at the ready! Set of holiday feet with gem-thong sandals.
Notebook George Brand Director tor Fiona Lambert’s top ﬁve items this month h
Lingerie with delicate lace in summer’s softest shades. Bra, 34-38 A-G, 40-42 C-E, £8, code 4970963/4970964; briefs, 8-20, £4, code 4970969
CELEBRITY STYLE: KATE MOSS
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Sandals, 3-9, £12, code 4991997
For celeb-style light layering, the kimono is this season’s musthave jacket. Kimono, 8-22, £16, code 5049073
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Ethnic prints and styles are big news this summer. If you’re petite, stick to smaller, more detailed patterns.
Defne waists with longline, high-rise fts
Bikini top*, 8-18, £10, code 5051272; bottoms*, 8-18, £6, code 5051377 *Available from 1 June
Swimsuit, 8-20, code 5030102
Swimsuit, 8-20, £12, code 5059074 Available from 29 June
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Plunging necklines draw the eye to your upper body
Swimsuit, 8-18, £12, code 5028333
BLOCK COLOURS Get a glow with a block colour in a shade that fatters your skin tone.
To fatter tums, try a ruched one-piece
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Bikini top, 8-20, £8, code 5028273; bottoms, 8-20, £4, code 4821520
Give the illusion of curvier hips with string-detail briefs
Bikini top, 8-20, £8, code 5028265; bottoms, 8-20, £4, code 5028266
Swimsuit, 8-20, code 5049224
WATCH ONLINE FOR MORE STYLE TIPS For more inspiration to help you get a hot beach look this summer, watch our video at George. com/trends – it’s available to view now. FOLLOW ON
Bikini top, 8-20, £6, code 5028264; bottoms, 8-20, £3, code 5044011
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FLORAL FUN Give summer’s classic forals a modern edge with dark blooms and tropical brights.
(for set): bikini top, 8-20, £3, code 4956910; bottoms, 8-20, £3, code 4956911
Bikini top, 8-20, £8, code 5028277; bottoms, 8-20, £4, code 5028278
Bikini top, 32-38 D-F, £8, code 5010848; bottoms, 8-24, £4, code 5010850
Underwire gives added support
Hipster shorts give a little more coverage
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Bikini top, 32-38 D-F, £8, code 5023630; bottoms, 8-24, £4, code 5024743
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From kaftans and kimonos to playsuits, there’s a cover-up to suit every style and body shape.
Kaftan, XS-XL, £14, code 5107812
Kaftan, XS-XL, code 5030123
Playsuit, XS-XL, £8, code 5086017
Accentuate the waist with tie details
Kaftan, XS-XL, £12, code 5085890
Complete the look with accessories in neutral shades and metallics.
Hat, £7, code 5033950
Bag, £12, code 5052426
Sandals, 3-9, £14, code 5015914
For more swimwear ideas, see George.com
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£ 3.97 each
*Introductory price until 3rd July, then £6.85. Available in selected stores only, while stocks last. Surf Sensations 875ml (£0.45 per 100ml).
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Co-ordinate with the kids for stylish fun this Father’s Day
Suits us Dad wears: jacket*, 36-54, £28, code 5049139; waistcoat* †, 36-46, £12, code 4891186; shirt & tie set, 14-19, £8, code 4873377; trousers*, 28R-44L, £12, code 5049138; shoes, 6-12, £10, code 4891106 Jimi wears: jacket, 9mths-14yrs, from £18, code 4975840; waistcoat, shirt & tie set, 9mths-14yrs, from £14, code 4975846; trousers, 9mths-14yrs, from £10, code 4975842; shoes, 7-1, from £7, code 5029241 *Available from 10 July
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Top team Jimi wears: T-shirt, 4-14, from £3, code 5061020; shorts, 4-14, from £5, code 5019643 Dad wears: T-shirt, S-XXXXL, £10, code 5098577; shorts, 30-42, £12, code 4961071
Double denim Dad wears: shirt, S-XXXXL, £12, code 5032109; T-shirt, S-XXXXL, £5, code 4859241; shorts, 30-42, £12, code 5018864 Meadow wears: playsuit, 4-14yrs, from £9, code 5035043; T-shirt, 4-14yrs, from £3 for 2-pack, code 5000576; socks, 3 1/2-5, £4, code 5028693; shoes, 4-12, £7, code 5000509; hairclips, £3 for 5, code 3574304; necklace and ring set, £4.50, code 3574156; watch, £8, code 3592046
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Meadow wears: dress, 4-14yrs, from £12, code 5019134; headband, £4.50, code 3574184; bracelet, £3.50, code 3506804 Dad wears: shirt, S-XXXXL, £15, code 5028688
Share your ‘mini me’ looks #MiniMeMonday
Check us out Jimi wears: shirt , 9mths-7yrs, from £7, code 4965629; trousers, 9mths-7yrs, from £6, code 5020092 Dad wears: shirt*, S-XXXXL, £14, code 5043851; trousers, 30R-46L, £10, code 4892163; belt, £10, code 4837831 *Available from 11 June
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DRESS SS CODE E GARDEN PARTY
A DAY AT THE RACES
Sleeveless tops and culotte shorts look great come rain or shine, while shift dresses will take you from day to night.
Stand out at Ladies’ Day in an elegant shift dress, or rev up the fashion factor with a white jumpsuit.
Above: dress, 8-24, £28, code 5122013; bag, £12, code 5008024 Model wears: top*, 8-24, £10, code 5116460; shorts*, 8-24, £14, code 5178012; sandals** †, 3-9, £14, code 5067683; hat, £7, code 5033950; watch, £14, code 3502589 *Available from 22 June **Available from 28 June
Above: jumpsuit, 8-24, £25, code 5107796; necklace, £8, code 3516006 Model wears: dress*, 8-24, £14, code 5121611; shoes, 3-9, £12, code 4937906; necklace, £6, code 3531968; watch, £14, code 3502589 *Available from 4 June
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FOR THE LEADING MAN Jacket, 36-54in, £28, code 4892261; waistcoat†, 36-46in, £12, code 4892268; shirt & tie set††, 14-19in, £10, code 4873380; trousers, 28R-44L, £12, code 4892263; watch, £12, code 3579187
WEDDINGS & CHRISTENINGS Black and white prints create low-key chic, or go glam in a foor-length gown with a touch of sparkle.
Ideal for all occasions, the classic three-piece suit in navy or grey is a wardrobe must-have
Watch, £12, code 3579187
Above: dress, 8-24, £35, code 5059303; sandals, 3-9, £16, code 5048322 Model wears: dress, 8-20, £28, code 5122014; shoes, 3-9, £12, code 4937905
Shoes, 6-12, £28, code 4591099 Jacket*, 36-54in, £28, code 5049139; shirt & tie set, 14-19in, £8, code 4873377 *Available from 10 July WATCH ONLINE FOR MEN’S TAILORING GUIDE For help choosing a suit that fatters, watch our tailoring guide at: FOLLOW ON George.com/suitﬁt
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From garden parties to weddings and all manner of events, George has summer occasionwear covered
Ahead of the
Team a lightweight denim skirt with straw accessories for low-key luxe
From left: sandals, 3-9, £10, code 4977684; bag, £12, code 5052427; sunglasses, £5, code 4977488; bikini top*, 8-20, £8, 5107810; bikini bottoms*, 8-20, £4, code 5086013; top, 8-24, £10, code 5046108; hat , £6, code 5032334; skirt, 8-24, £14, code 5011833 *AVAILABLE FROM 29 JUNE
Blend lace, polka dots and forals, all in a range of pretty pastels, for a cute summertime look
From left: sandals, 4-12, £9, code 4980101; shorts, 4-14, from £6, code 5040398; sunglasses* †, £4, code 5011591; hat, 1-6yrs, £6 for 2pack, code 5007412; swimsuit, 9mths-7yrs, from £2.50, code 4847402; top, 4-14yrs, from £7 for 3-pack, code 5019111 *AVAILABLE FROM 8 JUNE
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Holiday wardrobe winners for the whole family
For classic laidback style, mix crisp stripes with splashes of red, white and blue
From left: top, S-XXXXL, £8, code 5024846; fip-fops, 7-12, £2.50, code 4888145; hat*, S-XL, £8, code 4888353; sunglasses, £4, code 4903037: blue shorts, 30-42, £10, code 4980181; swim shorts, S-XXXL, £8, code 4960277 *AVAILABLE FROM 11 JUNE
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Combine sandals and a pocket T-shirt with a straw trilby hat for a cool twist
From left: shorts, 4-14yrs, from £7, code 4975782; sunglasses†, £4, 4968909; swim shorts, 4-14rs, from £6, code 5019638; hat, 4-12yrs, £4, code 4975686; top, 4-14yrs, from £7 for 3-pack, code 5024951; sandals, 10-6, from £9, code 5013893
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To the rescue Why put up with a stufy nose, sneezing and itchy eyes? Get expert advice from the Asda Pharmacy local Asda Pharmacy for our free allergy advice service. Our pharmacists are trained to answer your questions and suggest medications for a range of common allergens including pollen, insect bites and certain foods. Plus, you’ll fnd lots of brilliant money-saving ofers, too.
How to reduce hay fever and allergy symptoms: ● Vacuum your home regularly ● Dry clothes indoors, if possible – outdoors,
pollen can get stuck to the fbres of fabrics ● Keep house and car windows closed ● Avoid having fresh fowers indoors ● Regularly wash pets to reduce the
build-up of pollens in their fur
Find a range of hay fever and allergy products in the Healthcare Aisle, including…
Relieves the symptoms of hay fever, pet and dust allergies, and skin reactions. Suitable for most adults aged up to 65 and children over 12. Contains the active ingredient acrivastine. Benadryl Allergy Relief capsules, £3 (12-pack)
If you have itchy eyes, these soothing eye drops, containing natural plant extracts, will help relieve the irritation caused by pollen, pet hair and dust mites. Optrex Soothing Eye Drops for Itchy Eyes, £3 (10ml)
Get straight to the problem with this nondrowsy nasal spray, which contains the active ingredient beclometasone and targets symptoms including a runny or itchy nose, sneezing and congestion. Beconase Allergy Nasal Spray, £3 (100 sprays)
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Ideal for kids, this sugar-free banana-favour syrup helps combat the symptoms of hay fever, and pet, skin and dust mite allergies. Contains the active ingredient cetirizine hydrochloride. Suitable for ages six-plus. Piriteze Allergy Syrup, £3 (70ml)
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We don’t want hay fever or allergies to spoil your or your family’s summer. An estimated 44% of British adults sufer from at least one allergy*, with symptoms ranging from sneezing and itching to headaches and hives. If you think you or someone you know may be afected, drop into your
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From oversized frames to classic aviators, you’ll fnd sunglasses to suit everyone at George
Women’s sunglasses from top: aviators, £3.50, code 4977486; clear plastic*, £5, code 4992592; red, £3.50, code 4911574; beaded detail*, £3.50, code 4992596; tortoiseshell, £5, code 4902797 *AVAILABLE FROM 1 JUNE FOLLOW ON
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Up for grabs There are loads of fabulous prizes on ofer this month – enter now and you could be a winner
WIN! A seven-night family holiday in Normandy We’re ofering one lucky reader the chance to win a fantastic seven-night family break in Normandy in France, courtesy of European rail experts Voyages-sncf.com and Les Castels. You’ll stay in a chalet at Castel Chateau de Lez Eaux campsite, which is set in a 19th-century castle, close to the coast and the isle of Mont St Michel. The site also includes a water park and fun activities to keep the family entertained. Return train travel is included courtesy of voyages-sncf.com. For more details visit voyages-sncf.com and camping-castels.co.uk. The prize is a seven-night chalet stay at Castel Chateau de Lez Eaux in Normandy, France, for two adults and two children (aged 11 and under). It includes standard premier-class Eurostar rail travel from London, Ebbsfeet or Ashford International Stations to Paris, and frst-class rail travel from Paris to Granville on regional rail services. The prize is based on four people sharing a Chalet Classique (2 bedrooms) on a self-catering basis. The prize is valid between 28 August 2015 and 13 September 2015, or from 1 April 2016* to 9 July 2016. *Exact site opening date still to be confrmed at time of print. The prize must be booked a minimum one month in advance and is subject to availability. Prize is non-exchangeable and non-refundable. The prize does not include return transfers from Granville Station to Castel Chateau de Lez Eaux, or transfers between Paris stations. Travel other than stated, meals, beverages, travel insurance, campsite facilities for which a fee is payable, local tax, expenses, activities or spending money are not included in the prize. See right for overall terms.
Fancy escaping to a log cabin in the woods with family or friends? Forest Holidays is ofering a luxury three-night weekend break for up to four people, staying in a Silver Birch self-catering cabin with a private outdoor hot tub. Our winner can choose from one of nine UK sites, each set in Forestry Commission-owned woodland. Plus, readers can save 10% on 2015 bookings at forestholidays.co.uk – use code ASDAJUN15. There is one prize of a three-night, Friday to Monday self-catering break for the winner plus three guests staying in a Silver Birch cabin only. Linen is included. Available until 26 March 2016, excluding Bank Holidays, 24 July-1 September 2015, 23 October-2 November 2015, 18 December 2015-4 January 2016 and 19 February1 March 2016, subject to availability. Prize does not include travel, meals, beverages, expenses, activities, spending money or towels. Reader ofer: enter promotional code ASDAJUN15 when making a new booking on Forest Holidays website before 30 June 2015, for breaks taken by 31 March 2016. Reader ofer available at all cabin locations and cabin types, subject to availability. It cannot be used in conjunction with other ofers or discounts and must be applied at time of booking. See right for overall terms.
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WIN! One of two London theatre breaks to see Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games After a sell-out run last year, Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games is back in London – and you could see it. Two winners will each receive two top-price tickets for the show, at the Dominion Theatre in the West End, plus a meal at Kettner’s Brasserie (kettners.com) and an overnight stay at The Cavendish London (thecavendish-london.co.uk), courtesy of SuperBreak. lordofthedance.com. There are two prizes, each comprising a one-night stay for two adults sharing a standard double or twin room on a B&B basis. Two Price Level 1 tickets are also included. Subject to availability until 5 September 2015. Dinner at Kettner’s will be to the value of £50 per head. Additional costs and service charge will be charged to prize winner. Prizes do not include travel or meals apart from those mentioned, any additional hotel or theatre expenditure, or spending money. See right for overall terms.
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WIN! A Forest Holidays three-night woodland break
GIVEAWAYS WIN! One of fve trips to a Fruit Shoot Mini Mudder event for kids, plus a GoPro action camera
HOW TO ENTER*
Kids love getting in on the action – and at Fruit Shoot Mini Mudder obstacle courses, they can be adventurous, have fun and, best of all, get muddy! Five winners will each get a set of four tickets to a Fruit Shoot Mini Mudder event for kids aged 7-12, a GoPro Hero3 action camera to record their adventures and up to £100 towards travel expenses. Plus, 15 runners-up will each receive a set of four Fruit Shoot Mini Mudder tickets. Find out more about the events at fruitshoot.com/minimudder/great-britain.
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There are fve main prizes each comprising a GoPro Hero3 White Edition action camera, a set of four Fruit Shoot Mini Mudder tickets, and a total travel allowance of up to £100 (supplied as refunds on provided receipts). There are 15 runners-up prizes of sets of four tickets to one of the Fruit Shoot Mini Mudder events. Events open to children aged 7-12 years old with a minimum height of 42”. Sets of four tickets can be two adults viewing/two children participating, or one adult viewing/three children participating. Tickets are available for the following Fruit Shoot Mini Mudder 2015 locations and dates: Dublin, 11-12 July; Skipton, 1-2 August; Cirencester, 22-23 August; Cheshire, 12-13 September; Winchester, 26-27 September. Winners have seven days from being notifed to confrm chosen event. See right for overall terms.
WIN! One of 10 £100 Asda Gift Cards, plus a bundle of Method cleaning products Ten lucky readers will win a £100 Asda Gift Card each, courtesy of Method. The eco-friendly company is on a mission to create non-toxic cleaning products that smell heavenly and leave no nasty residues behind, to make our homes – and the planet – a cleaner place. Our winners will also each win a bundle of goodies from Method’s great cleaning range. methodproducts.co.uk. There are 10 prizes comprising a £100 Asda Gift Card, for use in store only, excluding third-party concessions or products, petrol and lottery tickets. Card is valid for two years from last transaction. Lost or stolen cards cannot be replaced. Asda Gift Card terms and conditions apply; see cards.ASDA.com/ terms-and-conditions. Method goody bag includes Daily Shower, 2 x Multi-Surface (828ml) and 2 x Squirt + Mop (739ml). Elements of the prize may be sent separately from each other. See right for overall terms.
WIN! One of two breaks to Drayton Manor Theme Park, plus family season pass You’re guaranteed a day to remember at Drayton Manor Theme Park in Stafordshire. There are rides and attractions for the whole family, including Thomas Land, where young fans can enjoy Thomas & Friends-themed fun. We’re ofering a chance for two readers to each win a day at the park for a family of four, with an overnight stay at the four-star Drayton Manor Hotel, plus a family season pass. Three runners-up will also each win a family season pass. draytonmanor.co.uk. There are two main prizes of a family stay-and-play package, comprising an overnight stay sharing a family room at the Drayton Manor Hotel on a B&B board basis for winner and family (two adults and two children aged 10 or under), subject to availability, plus one day’s entry to the park. Advance booking essential for hotel. Prize also includes a March-November 2016 family season pass. There are three runners-up prizes of a MarchNovember 2016 family season pass. Season passes are for two adults and two children aged 11 or under. The prizes do not include travel, meals or drinks, park expenditure or spending money, and are subject to availability. The stay and play packages must be used by 30 October 2015, excluding 13 September 2015 . Cannot be used with any other ofer or promotion. See right for overall terms.
For your chance to win, call the number below or text the code, then a space and your name and address, to 82229, or enter online at ASDA.com/win. Calls/texts cost 50p each*. The closing date for prize draws is 23:59 on 30 June 2015.
FOREST HOLIDAYS BREAK Call 0901 151 0091 Text ASDA2 LORD OF THE DANCE BREAK Call 0901 151 0093 Text ASDA3 FRUIT SHOOT MINI MUDDER EVENT Call 0901 151 0094 Text ASDA4 ASDA GIFT CARD/METHOD PRIZE Call 0901 151 0095 Text ASDA5 DRAYTON MANOR THEME PARK STAY Call 0901 151 0096 Text ASDA6 *ENTRY DETAILS Calls cost 50p from BT landlines. Calls from other networks, payphones and mobiles may be higher. Text entries cost 50p, plus standard operator rates. For SMS and call entry technical issues, call 0161 726 5266. For online entry technical issues, call Asda customer services on 0800 952 0101. See below for full and specifc terms and conditions.
PRIZE DRAW TERMS & CONDITIONS 1 Prize draws open to all residents of the UK aged 18 years and over (unless otherwise stated), excluding employees (and their immediate family) of Asda, Publicis Blueprint and afliated companies, and anyone professionally connected with the prizes. 2 Proof of sending shall not constitute proof of receipt. No responsibility is accepted for entries lost, delayed, incompletely received or damaged. 3 Maximum one entry per person per draw. Automated, bulk or third-party entries not accepted. 4 All entries (online, text and phone) must be received by 23:59 on 30 June 2015. Phone/text lines open 24 hours a day until 23:59 on 30 June 2015. Ask bill payer before calling. If you text after the closing date, you will not be entered but will be charged. Take care when entering text codes – promoter is not responsible for mistypes and you may be charged more. Some phone lines operate call-barring. Calls from other networks/payphones/mobiles may be charged at a higher rate. If unable to get through, check with network operator. 5 Winners are selected at random by an independent verifed computer system after the closing date and will be notifed by letter within 28 days of closing date. If prize is not claimed within four weeks of notifcation, a redraw will take place. 6 No cash alternatives. Prizes not transferable and must be accepted as ofered. 7 By entering, you agree to take part in publicity. 8 To obtain winners’ names/counties, send an SAE to: Asda Magazine June 2015 Winners List, Asda House, Great Wilson Street, Leeds LS11 5AD, 28 days after closing date. Do not send entries to this address. 9 If winners are unable to take prizes, a redraw will take place. 10 Promoter’s decision is fnal. 11 In the event of unforeseen circumstances, promoter reserves right to ofer an alternative prize of equal or greater value. 12 Prize draws may feature in other promotional material with diferent treatments. 13 Promoter: Asda, Asda House, Great Wilson Street, Leeds LS11 5AD. 14 Winners accept prize at own risk. Unless stated otherwise, holiday winners should obtain their own travel insurance, visas and passport and be ft to travel. 15 Promoter is not liable for any loss or damage, except death or personal injury, arising out of administration, or for the winner’s enjoyment of the prizes. 16 Where terms/conditions are inconsistent with additional prize draw terms, additional ones will prevail. By entering you accept this. Application and interpretation of these terms and conditions shall be governed by the law of England and Wales, and the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction in relation to any dispute concerning them.
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‘Home or away?
The BIG debate
Home Anne Clark, mum to Will, 15, and Caitlin, 13 ‘Holidaying in the UK suits us completely – the whole family loves it, including the dog. ‘There’s no hassle with jabs, passports or plane tickets. It’s also cheaper than going abroad (plus, our teens can text their friends without it costing a fortune). But those aren’t the only reasons. ‘There’s so much to explore here on our own doorsteps: Scotland, the Lake District, the mountains and the sea… I think it’s important to show the kids their heritage and history, and it’s fascinating to see how the culture and the landscape changes as you travel around the UK. ‘We love doing National Trails walks through all those amazing landscapes that you can only really appreciate on foot. We also visit landmarks, so the kids can see where the history they learn at school actually happened. We mix it up a bit: my husband likes visiting ancient battle sites,
the kids love theme parks, and for me, it’s all about the countryside. But wherever we go, we can do it at the drop of a hat. Plus, we can meet up with friends and relatives along the way. ‘Even if our holiday goes horribly wrong (especially with the weather), we can laugh about it – or of course, go home. But it’s never come to that. One year, we went to Cornwall in a borrowed camper van. It rained non-stop, the back-up electricity failed, the van broke down… and we still had a great time, just like we always do.’
‘There’s so much to explore on our own doorstep’
Away Ruth Parry, mum to Ella, 15, and Ben, 14 ‘As far as I’m concerned, a holiday only starts when we touch down on foreign soil. My husband and I have always loved travelling, and even before we had children, we agreed we’d take them abroad too. ‘When our kids were still toddlers, we did camping holidays in France. Then, once they were both over four, we started going further afeld, getting them used to non-package holidays. And now they’re teenagers, we always opt
for “adventurous” getaways. When we’re abroad, we use public transport, eat out locally and try to experience the culture of the place. It’s a cheaper way to travel and it’s also what we love doing. ‘It’s important to show kids that the world’s out there to be explored – it’s an education for them. Of course, we don’t focus on “educational activities”, but I think it’s great to see how other people around the world live. And some of it does link back to school – like our trip to Egypt, when we saw the pyramids! ‘It never gets boring. As they’ve got bigger, we’ve just increased the activity levels and thrown in a few more challenges. When my daughter was very little, she wanted a globe to see where we’d been – now she plans to go travelling when she’s fnished school. ‘It’s a great investment in family life – we’re making memories that we can share for ever. We often talk about our holidays and look through the photos. ‘I love visiting places in the UK, too, but it’s only when I’ve been through passport control that I’m really in the holiday mood.’ For great ideas for holidays in both the UK and abroad, go to ASDA.com/travel
THE VIEWS EXPRESSED ARE SOLELY THOSE OF THE CONTRIBUTORS. WORDS: RADHIKA HOLMSTROM. ILLUSTRATION: HANNAH WARREN
Can a holiday in the UK ever be as good as heading of abroad? Two readers give their views…
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