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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

The Foodism guide to... speciality coffee

For when your local hipster café's coffee menu seems like it's written in code, look no further than the Foodism guide to coffee in the capital. From lattes to flat whites and cold brew, here's the lowdown on what to drink and where to drink it

Make Melissa Cole's cheesy pasta pumpkin bowls

A bowl that you can eat has to be the ultimate in greedy delight, and these pumpkins look so pretty when baked and bubbling with cheesey pasta goodness, they're almost irresistible

Richard H Turner's column: the meat expert goes on a detox break in Bali

The chef, butcher, restaurateur and now Foodism columnist has a prodigious appetite for meat. So how will he get on with a week-long detox break in Bali?

Flavour of the Week: M Restaurants

2-3 Threadneedle Walk, EC2R 8HP; mrestaurants.co.uk Nearest Tube: BankWHAT'S THE DRAW: This opulent steakhouse and raw bar from former Gaucho supremo Martin Wil

Camden Town Brewery, Enfield: brewery review

Churning out iconic London lager with a planet-friendly eco bent, Camden Town Brewery's newest Enfield brewery is the place to be

Richard H Turner’s column: on the plight of the orangutans in Borneo

A trip to Borneo offers Richard H Turner a stark reminder of the damage done by the palm oil trade

Vins, Canonbury: restaurant review

Between Dalston and Islington is a still somewhat unexplored glut of pubs, shops and venues waiting for you to discover, and wine bar and restaurant Vins is the pick of the bunch

Douglas McMaster on sustainability, St. John and his London revival of Silo

After five years in Brighton, Douglas McMaster is moving Silo – claimed to be the first zero-waste restaurant in the UK – to a space above a brewery in Hackney Wick. He tells us about his plans for the restaurant and sustainable eating

Our pick of London's best dog-friendly speciality coffee shops

Dogs, pups and pooches are always welcome at these speciality coffee shops, cafés and roasteries. Come in, grab a seat and settle down with a coffee and your canine by your side