Monthly Archives: January 2009
A new guide which celebrates the speciality foods that set our region apart is being published next month.
The following is the list of outlets and producers in Greater Manchester which the NW Food Lover’s Guide has pinpointed as being particularly noteworthy. Find out more about the guide here. MANCHESTER PRODUCERS: A.S. Greek Olives, Salford. Adesso Marinades, Gorton. … Continue reading
Bread and Butter is one of those places that lets you know you’re in Manchester. On the one hand it’s just a café – it sells sandwiches, cups of tea and homemade cakes but on the other it’s the epitome of the Northern Quarter vibe with its kitsch pink interior, vintage china tea cups and bakes with a twist.
Regular readers of this blog will know that I usually pay short shrift to diets and dedicate this area of the blog to poke a little gentle fun at the silliest of excesses in that respect. But maybe my recent … Continue reading
It seems that new-on-the-scene foodie blogger Carolyn Hughes is a girl after my own heart!
I’ve never understood just why Little Chef is so poor but actually last night’s programme did at least reveal that – because the customers have made it so.
I hear the Northern Quarter is about to be home to a new bar called NOHO which takes some of its inspiration from New York. Blogger Phil Healey has got himself a sneak preview and posted pictures which show the … Continue reading
Could there really be a glimmer of hope that Earth won’t close after all?