“True to its name, it was as if we had peeled back the shell of a pomegranate to reveal colourful seeds full of sights, tastes and smells”
Food & Drink
Helena Maxwell-Jackson weighs the pros and cons of fried chicken, where it comes from, and if it is affordable to be ethical
Previous editor Ben Walker steps in to the earthy fumes of Rusholme’s NQ-style community coffee spot, Anchor, where sharing is caring
Inspired by M&S’s cranberry & toasted pecan baton, I aimed to produce something similar, but on a larger and more-affordable scale.
“We didn’t have chocolate like we have now: here, there, everywhere in abundance”—so what sufficed was this little tryst of chocolate and sweetener, taken on the sly from the cupboard
Contributor Lucy Brenner ‘advocados’ the use of this delicious ingredient in a Mexican-inspired dip
Helena Maxwell-Jackson creates a brunch that means no worries for the rest of your days
Here at The Mancunion Food & Drink, we’re continuing our revolution against ubiquitous commercial coffee brands, to help independent and passionate retailers to thrive in the caffeine-fuelled world of café consumerism
Win tickets to the week after next’s annual beer festival in ______ location: you tell us where to win!
Food Editor Ellie Gibbs reviews the newly opened Urban Cookhouse on Princess Street
Adam Fearn offers his recipe for Salted Caramel Chocolate Pots
Moving into a flat full of strangers can be daunting, especially in the first few days of settling in. Speed past this awkward phase by getting to know each other through the wonderful medium of food.