When Sainsbury’s leaves us penniless, Lidl is always there to catch the fall. Lucia Cannizzaro writes of her love for the budget supermarket.
Read a week in the life of a Manchester student – but with the added benefit of snacks from Studifuel, a student tailored subscription snack box.
‘Food is a way to nurture and nourish, to bond with someone’. Kate Fawcett shares her thoughts on food, love and relationships.
The social media world can be a minefield of fakery and misconception – The Mancunion looks at the best wholesome accounts online
As customers, we have the right when paying for food to be able to finish our meal: Catrin Stewart muses on the politics of complaining in restaurants
Laura Swain writes in memory of The Font, Fallowfield. A versatile café, bar and pub with great food and the famous £2 cocktails. It will be sorely missed.
PLY’s new winter cocktail menu features an array of festive themed drinks: from the Roast Peach Old Fashioned to the hot chocolate wine, there’s something for everyone this Christmas.
Try out this recipe for roasted tomato and garlic soup to warm you up over the cold winter months and fight off any pesky colds
Contributor Elena Bradley explores gendered eating as a concept. Is it a fad or is there stock in it as a social issue?
Catrin Stewart looks at the privilege associated with comfort eating and how the consumption of food is fundamentally about more.
Chloe Hatton and Liv Clarke took on some of Manchester’s best (and worst) burrito establishments to bring you the ultimate burrito guide
Poultry passion or a mediocre meal?
Catrin Stewart reviews Didsbury’s latest food venture: Baity Didsbury. A small, simplistic Palestinian restaurant that’s big on flavour
Victoria Evans speaks about Hanukkah, and the importance of remembering other cultural traditions during the Christmas period.
Join Manchester Sikh Society for their annual Langar on Campus event
Oxford Road’s hipster haven ‘Hatch’ expands its size and repertoire in time for Christmas, celebrating with ‘Urban Narnia’, a festive event showcasing the new food and drink vendors.
Holly Ktorou asks whether Nigella Lawson is an culinary icon or simply an innuendo
It’s no myth that Manchester is teeming with independent coffeehouses, and with so many to choose from, I’ve selected 3 of my favourites. My first stop on this ‘café crawl’ was Chapter One Books in the Northern Quarter. An independent coffeehouse and bookstore, it offers a quirky medley of all things abstract. Part of the […]