Spring is the perfect time to forage for some delicious wild garlic!
A selection of meal kits to suit a range of budgets that are perfect for a lockdown date night in!
Forget your botched Valentine’s Day attempts at a steak dinner, The Mancunion is here to bring you all the knowledge on how to cook the perfect steak – NSFV (not safe for vegans or veggies unfortunately)
Burnt through your student loan in just a couple of weeks? Save money and treat your taste buds with a packed lunch, not a meal deal
Don’t forget the pigs in blankets
Not only does turmeric give curries a beautiful yellow hue, the nutritional benefits are endless.
Sometimes it feels like balancing your life at uni with work is impossible and there just aren’t enough hours in the day to do it all… we’re here to help
Do you love Chicken Kievs? Burgers? Triple cooked chips? If so then you’re in luck, here’s an excellent recipe that incorporates all three
5 things we should aim to bring into the future beyond these current crazy times
A step by step guide to preparing a hearty and delicious ramen, suitable for vegans, vegetarians and students on a budget!
Elena Bradley discusses Gizzi Erskine’s newest cookbook ‘Slow’. Is it too complex or is it the ultimate guide to incredible, dream-worthy food?
The humble potato: an often overlooked vegetable, we consume it so regularly that we forget about its charm.
Get inspired to cook healthy meals for your whole student flat with Manchester based company, Veg Box People. #vegouttogether
Pizza, Naan Bread, and Dough Balls – all from one recipe
Following on from last week’s easy bread recipe, here is a slightly more advanced bread: chocolate and peanut butter malt loaf, a tasty addition to any breakfast, lecture or revision marathon
This dal is vegetarian, vegan, simple, cheap and packed full of flavour. What more could you want?
This recipe is one for a dish that seems like it should be really easy to make but often isn’t. It’s pasta carbonara and I’ve made Theo Randall’s, Antonio Carluccio’s and countless other recipes before, all with varying degrees of success. Until I found a version of this one from BBC Good Food that is straightforward and tasty.