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A Year in Food: Lavazza Calendar 2014

Check out Martin Schoeller's Inspiring Chefs, seven unique and inventive photographs of some of the world's top chefs, shot for Lavazza's 2014 calendar.

The Escapist: Oddbox co-founder Deepak Ravindran

Deepak Ravindran, co-founder of Oddbox, on starting a business that loves all veg

The 2018 Foodism 100 category winners, in full

We've scoured the capital to find London's top venues and businesses effecting positive change in the food and drink industry. The competition was high, but the results are in. Without further ado, here are our Foodism 100 category winners

Grow your own mushrooms and combat food waste with the Espresso Mushroom Company

The brand's kitchen garden kits mean you can produce home-grown mushrooms from your kitchen cupboard

Make John Quilter's leftover organic turkey burger

Quilter lives by the cook once and eat twice mentality. His recipe for leftover Christmas turkey makes sure you can do just that. Give it a go this Boxing Day and put that food waste to good use

Brixton People's Kitchen: Foodism 100 Winner 2019

Our annual Foodism 100 awards celebrate the businesses in London that are giving back. For 2019, Brixton People's Kitchen won Best Street Food Kitchen. Here's why

Christmas leftover tips from top chefs, organic producers and more

Christmas is a time for giving, so make sure your festive spread keeps on doing just that with this no-waste guide from our friends at the Soil Association

London's best tasting menus at every price point: 48 to try

Forget all about difficult dish decision making with these top tasting menu where you can wine and dine on the very best that London's chefs have to offer at a range of different price points

8 brands making great food and drink for good causes

We love philanthropy, especially when it's delicious – take a look at the people cooking up a storm for great causes

Massimo Bottura on soup kitchen Refettorio Felix and Food for Soul

What happens when a superstar chef takes on social inequality and London's surplus food problem? We find out from world-famous Italian chef Massimo Bottura