Monthly Archives: February 2009
We cooked, we tweeted, we ate! This morning I took part in a Chinese cookery school in the Northern Quarter. Here’s how it went.
This recipe is used by the Northern Quarter restaurant and was passed onto me during its cookery school. Not only is it straightforward to follow, but also uses surprisingly few ingredients for such a delicious end result. And you don’t … Continue reading
Manchester’s food bloggers certainly are a busy bunch so I’ve put together this RSS aggregation of all of our efforts so you can get the latest foodie news as it happens. The feed below is created using yahoopipes – feel … Continue reading
Being off work (as I am this week) means more time to do some proper cooking. I gave this recipe a try last night – it’s very simple one-pot cooking and not the way I’d usually cook pheasant. It works … Continue reading
The recipes featured in today’s Observer food monthly are well worth a foodie look. Particularly useful for amateur cooks such as me are these best simple recipes Chosen by “expert foodies, chefs, restaurant critics and cookery writers” who were asked … Continue reading
If further proof was needed that Manchester has gone potty over Twitter – you’ll find the first UK restaurant to take to the micro-blogging platform serving up some virtual dim sum in the city.
News just in that Manchester’s veggie and vegan cafe Earth will live on. Although it is still to close at the end of February, the Northern Quarter institution wil re-open at some date in the near future under new management.
OK, let’s get the issue of price out of the way first so that we can move on to discuss some more important aspects of poultry production. Is £9 a lot of money for a chicken?