5 Things We Learned Making Issue 57 Of Esquire Weekly

In this weeks winter special, learn how to be a cold warrior and not a cold worrier with winter food, cold weather clothing, skin care to defend your face and more.

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1 | Giles Coren likes to swear (even when he’s cooking)

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We asked five writers to give us their go to comfort food dish. Tom Parker Bowles suggested pasta gratin, Millie Mackintosh calf’s liver and parmesan, Alice Levine manzo alla California, Tommi Miers a dark chocolate chilli tart. And Mr Coren? Cholent. Sample quote: “Always use posh-ish stock. Not from a fucking cube. We are not Marco Fucking Pierre White.”

2 | Magents can shift your eye bags

If you pass a magnetic pulse through your face can shift your eye bags. Strange but true. For this and three other ways to repair your face during the depths of winter, see our grooming feature in this week’s issue. No eyebrow plucking, guaranteed.

3 | Style opener

Coats are great, but do you know what’s even better when it gets absolutely Baltic outside? Down-filled coats. In this week’s issue we bring you an edit of the best, plus warm jumpers, wooly hats and sturdy gloves.

4 | Why everyone’s dressing like Scott of the Antractic

Why are the trendy men of this country now reaching for The North Face and Berghaus ahead of other brands? Why are they dressing for an arctic expedition when all they’re doing is popping to the shops? Daniel Sandison explains.

5 | War is cold

Real cold. So cold in fact, that during the battle for Stalingrad, German troops who ventured outside to do their business froze to death mid number two. For this and four other tales of winter’s bleakest battles, download our latest issue.

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