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June 2016

rose wine

Our drinks expert, Rob Buckhaven, explains why rosé is THE wine to be drinking this summer and unearths the best bottles from around the world to try right now…

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Lady Barbara Judge Steps into a wild and wonderful dreamworld as she samples London’s Pharmacy 2, the new collaboration between Mark Hix and Damien Hirst…

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Experience the magic of summer at this open-air immersive production of Shakespeare’s As You Like It at The Savill Garden in Windsor Great Park. 

Will Young, Henley Festival, Exclusive magazines interview

As Will Young prepares for his headline set at The Henley Festival next month, he talks to Exclusive about why it’s an event close to his heart.


Tempt your taste buds with something sweet this weekend, with a delicious Apple Tatin with salted honey ice cream.

A Buddha Bowl has become a very popular yoga meal, says Kimberly Parsons in her book The Yoga Kitchen. Typically they are meal-sized bowls filled with simple, pure food to excite your mind with its rainbow coloured ingredients that are full of energy. Enjoy the creation of this dish and be mindful of how nourishing it is for your body. For the broth ✻ 1.2 litres (40fl oz) mushroom stock ✻ 1 star anise ✻ 2 cardamom pods…

Mont Orgueil Castle, Jersey cropped

Pretty, compact and with food to die for, Jersey is reinventing itself and the luxury Club Hotel & Spa in the island’s capital, St Helier, is the perfect base from which to explore.

Flavours of Sicily by Ursula Ferrigno, published by Ryland Peters & Small, photography by David Munns © Ryland Peters & Small

Try this Trapanese-style pasta dish over the weekend, it’s best served in the early summer when courgette flowers are plentiful. This dish will produce gasps of approval from family and friends when you present this on the dinner table.

The ultimate summer party food is elevated to glorious new levels when done on the barbecue, says Ben Tish from the critically acclaimed Ember Yard restaurant in London’s Soho. The added elements of flame and smoke make this paella highly visual, mouth-wateringly delicious and everyone can serve themselves. Perfection.

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Blogger Natasha Ngan of gives us the lowdown on her favourite places to visit in Hertfordshire…