With once-exotic ingredients now readily available, eating around the globe has never been so easy. Spicy curries, mouth-watering pizzas and chargrilled kebabs are all at the top of our favourite food lists, so whether you want to re-create food eaten on your travels, or just be inspired to try something new, olive 101 global dishes has classics from every country. From Moroccan tuna kebabs with couscous, to Five spiced roast duck breast and Lamb saag, with this collection of recipes we've got it covered. Each recipe is accompanied by a full-colour photo so you can cook with complete confidence. Olive is the magazine for modern foodies. As well as easy recipes, restaurant reviews and foodie travel guides, olive features the food issues that matter, insider shopping advice, unpretentious wine recommendations and respected columnists such as superchef Gordon Ramsay and MasterChef's John Torode. Find out more at www.olivemagazine.co.uk
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Author Biography - Janine Ratcliffe
Janine Ratcliffe studied for the Chef's Diploma at Leith's School of Food and Wine. Whilst at Leith's she won the Good Food Scholarship and spent 6 months working at Good Food magazine. Janine left the magazine to become a freelance Home Economist and Food Writer working as a writer and cook on various projects including books, magazines, advertising and TV. Janine joined olive magazine in August 2004 and was promoted to Deputy Food Editor in January 2006.