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Tom Ingham

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Consuming like a pro, writing with indigestion.

How to brew the best coffee at home with Manchester roasters Heart & Graft 

Coffee culture can be paradoxical. Consumers may be tribalistic but a Costa-slush-frappuccino-autumn-coolers will be instagrammed as much as a speciality coffee from a local...

Manchester’s first sherry bar is a reminder of what the Northern Quarter does best

The Northern Quarter has long been considered Manchester’s most vibrant, independent district, but that reputation has taken a bit of a knock over the...

Manchester indie foodies rally round to help devastated coffee shop owners

Having run pop-ups at Indy Man Beer Con and opened semi-permanently at Piccadilly Place, it seemed like Lucy and Dave Wolinski had found the...

Adam Richman expresses his love for Manchester on top of a food-guzzling tour bus

The sauce market is big business. The immovable Heinz Ketchup and Hellman's Mayonnaise are staples in most households. If you’re doing it properly, you’ll...

Citywide festival celebrates the wonderful beers of Manchester

When it comes to craft beer, we’re a bit spoilt in Manchester. Brewery taps from the likes of Blackjack, Beer Nouveau, Track, Squawk and Shindigger...

Organic wine: why it’s becoming more readily available in Manchester

Wine making goes back thousands of years. The earliest site - in Armenia around 4100 BC, apparently - contained a wine press, fermentation vats, jars,...

Calling all street food and craft beer lovers! Grub Food Fair opens at Mayfield...

Collaboration has become a bit of an overused buzzword in recent times. Go into some offices and even the the colour of a new carpet...

Can micro brewers go macro without losing their street cred?

“There's too much snobbery,” says the man behind Beers Manchester, better known to his friends and followers as Jim. “Breweries are in the business to...

Long table dining at Bakerie fills that midweek gap

In the melee of the Northern Quarter’s graffitied bars and gritty clubs, you can always find a bit of class and refinement at Bakerie....

Save on the cab fare to Didsbury: new Heaton Mersey cafe bar now open

South Manchester is full of opportunities for aspiring food and bev owners. A certain amount of it is right place, right time, but the...

Street food heroes head for Heaton Moor and no Gucci bathrobe required

For an area that draws in big crowds on the weekend, Heaton Moor seems to only make the headlines when its chichi JW Lees pub turns...

How El Gato Negro Tapas beat the curse of King Street

“It’s nice to see the same faces every day” says El Gato Negro Tapas chef patron, Simon Shaw. A seemingly throwaway statement, but pertinent in the...

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