LONDON (Thursday, 12 December 2019): National Geographic Traveller Food is celebrating the joys of slow cooking this winter by revealing its top 20 classic dishes that just can’t be rushed. In the latest issue, distributed free with the Jan/Feb issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK), get the lowdown on some of the world’s greatest culinary labours of love, from beef daube and black dahl to Welsh cawl and massaman curry.

Glen Mutel, editor of National Geographic Traveller Food, said: “There’s no better antidote to a British winter than the aroma of something hot and hearty simmering away on the stove or roasting patiently in the oven. So, this season, we’ve searched the world for those dishes that require the extra time and effort, whether it’s the stew that needs hours to build, the cut of meat that needs a marathon marinade or those complicated creations that call for stamina, strategy and a steady hand.”

Also in this issue, we celebrate the flavours of the Philippines on a crash course in Manila, get to know the subtle wines of the Lisboa region of Portugal and enjoy the smoky tastes of Tennessee at a family barbecue in Nashville. All this, plus guides to the food hotspots of Madrid, Beirut and Swedish Lapland.

In addition, expect the usual mix of thought-provoking features and easy-to-follow recipes from world-renowned contributors.

Don’t miss:

Deconstruction: Tiramisu — get the lowdown on an Italian classic
In pictures: Dining with nomads in Kyrgyzstan
My life in food: Actor Diane Morgan on Aussie food and the joys of cheese
Five ways with: Chef Surender Mohan offers up five great ways to use ginger
Make perfect: Tips for making borscht
The pioneer: Chef Analiese Gregory on foraging in France and the tastes of Tasmania

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