A NSFW sausage, a chocolate cocktail and an edible goldfish - the most shareable social content
Never mind doomscrolling, we're all about mmm!-scrolling. So we thought we'd start sharing our favourites with you.
Scroll on for our new weekly round-up of funny, filthy, full-fat social media content from Manchester's food and drink scene.
Fat Sam's sausage
This Cardi B soundtracked sausage party from Fat Sam Eats might be NSFW (but that's ok since most of us are WFH).
Honest Burgers' fondue
#FONDUE – Our fondue is the real deal, made by us in our Honest Kitchen with five alpine cheeses selected by @MonsCheeseUK a rub of garlic and a splash of white wine. No shortcuts. And yes, we did spend all day making this. pic.twitter.com/CIPbDt4KZl
— Honest Burgers (@honestburgers) February 12, 2021
Honest Burgers have been out on the pull in this cheesy video for their latest special, the fondue burger.
Obligatory oozy doughnut
We couldn't stop staring at this one from Teatime Collective - and it's vegan.
Anatomical heart chocolates
Normally, Valentine's content makes us do a little sick in our mouths, but we loved this actual heart chocolate from Dormouse Chocolates.
These guys certainly aren't koi. They were fishing for compliments with these ridiculously cute dumplings for Lunar New Year.
Solidarity with Myanmar
On a more serious note, Rice Over Everything is raising awareness for the plight of people in Myanmar who are protesting a military coup.
Bojo in the NQ
The folks at Northern Soul have created a 'positivity window' - we're not sure why BoJo's on it though....
Ever made sago?
Elsa Eats shared a sweet recipe for coconut sago that did double duty for CNY and V Day (although why not stick it to the man and make it tonight?)
A Salfordian chocolate cocktail
This one doesn't have to be reserved for Valentine's either.
Weetabix and beans, should it be illegal?
We've bean looking into this after a number of complaints today. Due to its serious nature, we've passed it over to our major incident team who deals with cereal killers!
— GMP Manchester City Centre (@GMPCityCentre) February 9, 2021
Finally, how could we ignore the Weetabix and beans hoo-hah? ICYMI, here's our own GMP doing their bit to fight such crimes against food.