Show some love for The Jellied Eel as it goes electric
The capital’s good food magazine has a brand-new online home. Visit each week to enjoy stories about the people who grow, make, cook, sell and save food in London.
Click to discover rave-worthy restaurants, foodie classes, tasty social enterprises, super supperclubs, community bakeries and a host more Urban Food Heroes.
The site will be updated frequently with web exclusive good food features, the latest news, blogs and tales from The ‘Eel archives.
If you know and love The ‘Eel you’ve been leafing through for years, fear not: Dead tree technology is not dead! The printed magazine has had a makeover and lives on with a fresh new look.
Features in the spring issue, also launched today, include:
- A recipe by chef Tom Hunt, inspired by his Fairtrade foray to Palestine
- London food tsar Rosie Boycott on women in the kitchen
- The shopper’s guide to avoiding plastic waste
- Your chance to meet some of the capital’s Urban Food Heroes
Read all about it
This latest issue is being posted to all London Food Link supporters this week. If you haven’t already, show some love today by joining at londonfoodlink.org
If you’d prefer to stretch your legs than join the gang, you can pick it up from one of more than 100 stockists across town instead.
Stay in touch
Team ‘Eel would love to hear from potential contributors, so if you’ve got a good food story to share, email: thejelliedeel at] sustainweb.org
New classes and 15% discount at Cookery School at Little Portland Street
5 ways to enjoy National Vegetarian Week in London
London Mayor proposes ban on junk food ads on Tube and buses
New app launched to combat food waste in east London