Monthly Archives: March 2009
Manchester’s much-loved vegan café Earth is under new management. Friends Patricia Fulwood and Mike Tollerfield took over the basement after its closure last month and are brimming with ideas for a tasty future. Now in their fourth week at the … Continue reading
Check out the fat content of sandwiches sold across Manchester with this interactive map following my survey of what’s on offer in the lunchtime loaves.
I’m still on the train of the UK’s lardiest shop-bought sarnie. Yesterday’s look under the sellophane revealed a remarkable range in the amounts of fat squeezed between two slices with Tesco’s All Day breakfast wedge currently topping the bill with … Continue reading
Offers website lastminute.com is hosting a Manchester week at the moment and offering users two course lunches for £15 and three course dinners for £25 at some of the city’s top eateries. Sound like a useful credit crunch deal to … Continue reading
Just how healthy is that quick sandwich at lunchtime? This week I’m going to attempt to unwrap the truth about that shop-bought sarnie, roll, baguette or bap.
Something called the Fat Panel caught my attention today – and probably also caught yours – with a report about Celebrity Chefs and fattening recipes. Just about every national newspaper swallowed and regurgitated without bothering to seek out one essential ingredient I’m going to add here!
Queues forming outside a Chorlton shop, worldwide reports of cupcake mania from Beirut to New Orleans, what is going on with this baking tray mayhem?