the blue pig, manchester


there’s something about sunday lunches, isn’t there?

every family has their own way of doing things – what time of day do you actually eat? what trimmings are there? what meat do you traditionally have?

i am, naturally, a huge fan of sunday roasts as they are a great excuse to stuff your face and have a nap afterwards (same goes for christmas dinner!) i am not, however, a great lover of eating out on a sunday. the potatoes are never crispy enough, meat usually dry or worse, turkey, and how hard is it to find somewhere that throws a few pigs in blankets in with your meal?

we had a hankering for a meal out last week so headed to the blue pig – we were actually looking to eat from their every-day menu and sample some deli delights, not realising that they only serve the roasts. upon sitting…

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