The ’Eel usually focuses on good food for Londoners, but what about our furry friends? Kirsten Foster reaches for the can opener to lift the lid on kitty chow and pooch provender.
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
Francesca Nicol picks seven free apps to help simplify your sustainable food journey, and make it easier to enjoy good food, and life.
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Alys Bannister swaps Shoreditch for South America for a taste of Peru.
It looks like herring is making a comeback, says Becca Roberts.
Japanese food is an ever-more common feature of the capital’s menu. We asked London-based chef, food writer and teacher Yuki Gomi what this means for the conscious eater.
We Londoners don’t spend our whole lives in the capital, so as a change to our regular ‘Eel Loves… feature, we sent intrepid traveller Clare Gilbert to brave the trains to explore the good food scene of Bohemian Brighton.
What's new on The ‘Eel’s radar? Elliot Kett gets us up to date.
Summer’s here so let’s hit the beach! Pack your sun cream / wellies and find where Sally Gurteen says you can do better than unsustainable fish and soggy chips.
Ahead of this month’s Food Talk: FISH IT, Ruth Westcott reveals the top fish species to avoid, and some sustainable, UK-landed alternatives.
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