Jordan Kelly-Linden

Jordan Kelly-Linden


For someone whose pre-teen diet used to include a can of Heinz tomato soup for breakfast, Jordan’s taste in food (and self respect) has come a long way since. During her time as Foodism’s staff writer, she made a point of exploring all London's food scene had to offer and only once (OK, maybe twice) did we catch her trying to sneak soup for breakfast. She was hungover; we were greatly amused. But those days are over... She’s now a video producer at The Telegraph, where we are told her love affair with 'breakfast soup' continues.

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Fareshare: Foodism 100 winner 2018

Meet Fareshare – the UK's longest-standing food redistribution charity which won the Best Social Enterprise award, sponsored by Seafood from Norway, at the 2018 Foodism 100 awards

CHIK'N: Foodism 100 winner 2018

Meet CHIK'N – an ethical fried chicken shop which won the Best Casual Restaurant award at the 2018 Foodism 100 awards

London Larder: Poptails by LAPP

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time, it's Lapp's cooler-than-cool alcoholic ice pops

7 reusable coffee cups worth investing in

Cut down on single-use plastic, take advantage of all those bring-your-own-cup discounts and look smart while you're at it with one of these travel tea and coffee cups

Garden Café, Lambeth: restaurant review

We get acquainted with Garden Café, an all-day restaurant with some serious culinary pedigree at the Garden Museum in Lambeth

5 ways to spend the bank holiday weekend in London

The long weekend is almost upon us, so here are some food- and drink-filled suggestions for how to make the most of it in the capital

London Larder: COLD&BLAC coffee liqueur

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time we're mixing things up with COLD&BLAC's cold-brew coffee liqueur

Danny McCubbin on working with Jamie Oliver and the rise of social gastronomy

How easy is it to juggle corporate life with community-led projects? We find out from Jamie Oliver's culture manager, Young British Foodie judge and San Patrignano ambassador, Danny McCubbin

Best places to eat pork in London

From jamón to hog roast to bacon butties, we really, really love pork, and these restaurants and street-food stalls do too

400 Rabbits, Nunhead: restaurant review

Beer and pizza are a winning combination – especially at 400 Rabbits, a stunning, family friendly wood-fired sourdough pizzeria on Nunhead's Evelina Road

Daddy Bao, Tooting: restaurant review

Frank Yeung brings moreish Taiwanese bao buns to south west London with the opening of his second restaurant, Daddy Bao

What not to miss at London Coffee Festival 2018

Some like it hot, some like it cold, either way something dark and delicious is brewing at the Old Truman Brewery. Here's why you need to check out the London Coffee Festival this week

London's best museum and gallery restaurants and cafés

Don't exit through the gift shop; make a detour to these outstanding eateries in the heart of London's cultural institutions instead. Each one is well worth a visit in its own right...

Untitled, Dalston: restaurant and tasting menu review

Here's why you need to head to Dalston to try Untitled bar and restaurant's exclusive, five-course Japanese-inspired tasting menu next month

London Larder: allplants

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time, we're powering up with plants from vegan meal delivery service allplants

London Larder: Pasta Evangelists

We've searched the far reaches of the capital to bring you the very best of London's artisanal produce – this time, we're going pasta postal with Pasta Evangelists

London in the Sky is back for 2018 and it's bigger and better than ever

London in the Sky relaunches for the summer and introduces three separate 'sky tables', offering to raise dinners 100ft off the ground near the Southbank

Sakagura, Mayfair: restaurant review

Shoryu's Tak Tokumine brings immersive Japanese fine dining and smooth sake cocktails to Mayfair in the form of Sakagura, an izakaya-inspired restaurant and bar on Heddon Street

Best luxury Easter eggs of 2018: tried and tested

The only Easter egg guide you will ever need. We've rounded up the best luxury Easter eggs on the market and put them to the test. If you only buy one Easter egg, treat yourself to one of these

Koya City, Bloomberg Arcade: restaurant review

Koya caters to the city as Shuko Oda and John Devitt open their second Japanese noodle bar in the middle of Bloomberg's European headquarters