NGT Food issue 8

Bread is back, with National Geographic Traveller Food

LONDON (Tuesday, 10 March 2020): National Geographic Traveller Food presents 11 reasons to fall back in love with bread. In the latest issue, distributed free with National Geographic Traveller (UK) and National Geographic Magazine, we take inspiration from bread-loving destinations across the globe and bring you the best the world has to offer, from baguettes in Paris to the art of Ethiopian injera.
Glen Mutel, editor of National Geographic Traveller Food, said: “Over the past decade, our relationship with bread has grown complicated. Some of us are finding it harder to stomach, while others are desperately seeking new ways to enjoy it, whether its sourdough or ancient grains.
“But it’s worth remembering that, at its finest, bread is so much more than a mere staple. In our cover story, we’ve searched the world, from the Deep South to Sardinia, for the best sourdoughs, flatbreads, rye breads and baguettes, while also celebrating the new generation of UK-based artisan bakeries.”
Also in this issue, get to know the cheeses of California, share a gemista with a local family in Thessaloniki, and take a trip to Lyon, a city with a glorious past and an intriguing future. All this, plus the culinary highlights of Amsterdam, Jamaica and Auckland.
In addition, expect the usual mix of thought-provoking features and easy-to-follow recipes from world-renowned contributors.
Don’t miss:

  • Deconstruction: Thai green curry — revealing the spicy secrets of this culinary classic
  • In Pictures: The dishes, restaurants and characters of London’s Chinatown.
  • My Life in Food: Actor and singer Kate Nash on veganism and her love for Colombian food.
  • Five ways with: Chef and author Tim Anderson offers up five great ways to use miso.
  • Make Perfect: Tips for making great samosas.
  • The Pioneer: Chef Marsia Taha on breaking the glass ceiling and resurrecting traditional Bolivian cooking.

Fast facts
On sale date: 5 March 2020
Price: Free to subscribers with the April edition of National Geographic Traveller (UK). On newsstand, free with the March edition of National Geographic magazine, which costs £6.99
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Notes
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