Here's our round up of the best good (vegan) food across London, in this special edition of Around Town.
As the new year begins, Capital Growth’s Julie Smith offers her expert advice on how to keep your garden growing through the last of the winter.
We asked Indie Farmer Nigel Akehurst to shine a light on Ripple Farm Organics, a Kent-based producer with a long history of supplying Londoners with veg.
Those of us that get a local veg box might sometimes find ourselves with an awful lot of root vegetables over the winter. Here’s regular columnist Tom Hunt with some tasty ideas of how to use them.
We review this great Christmas gift for someone planning to give Veganuary a go for the first time, plus a chance to win a copy.
Meal replacement products are considered, by some, to be the food of the future. Holly Holder wanted to delve deeper to understand how good they actually are.
Rosie Baldwin looks at how circular thinkers are seeing food chain ‘waste’ as a resource, whether it’s in the form of coffee grounds, empty wine bottles or even onion peels.
Our growing love of Mexican cuisine means that burrito outlets are the fastest growing type of eatery on UK high streets, but some have taken their salsa lessons more seriously than others, says Jo Creed
Over 11 years after its inception, MPG has created a community based on the permaculture system to help people to live sustainable, healthy lives, offer a safe space for people to spend time in and educate and empower under-represented voices in London.
In addition to London Food Link’s campaigning and project work, key elements of our mission are to join the dots between, and to throw a spotlight on, everyone involved in good food in the capital. Outgoing Jellied Eel editor Chris Young looks back on some of the year’s highlights.