“It was the right shape. I used it like the police use battering rams to break door locks in.”
Producers of Protected Designation of Origin foods like Cornish pasties and Melton Mowbray pork pies are worried the authenticity seal will be lost to Theresa May’s “hard” Brexit.
Welcome back to The Last Bite, our column documenting the survival of traditional food establishments. Today, we head to Bury to visit an open-air market established back in 1444.
I went to the Wonder Café to take on its infamous breakfast challenge: four fried slices of bread, four slices of toast, four eggs, six sausages, six rashers of bacon, six hash browns, four black pudding, plum tomatoes, beans, and mushrooms with a catch.
As with all of Myles Donneky’s cocktails, every sip has a story. One of his personal best is based on a line from his grandmother's favorite poem—about old women who just want to go out and party and spend their pension on Champagne.
For the final episode, Ben travels to Manchester to find real blood black pudding, Mancunian lobster spaghetti and good old chip barms.