Tuesday, April 13, 2021
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    Colourful chairs and tables on the street outside a restaurant

    A-Z of Oxford’s outdoor eats from 12th April

    The moment that so many of us have been waiting for since December has almost arrived. Picture this – the sun is shining, you’re...

    Is this the end of the gig economy?

    "In European countries, the rising popularity of apps such as Uber, Uber-eats and Deliveroo has put a strain on welfare states; in recent years, there has been an expanding number of workers who are dependents of a company, without receiving the social security that comes with such dependence." Johannes Moehrle argues for the improvement of workers' rights in the gig economy.

    Sponge Baker to Slater Creator

    The sense of achievement I’ve felt making these recipes massively outweighs my actual creations – mostly ten-seconds-in-a-blender things – but I feel great about them.

    2021’s Newest Food Trends

    Any keen follower of the gastronomic world knows that the start of the New Year beckons micro-analysed predictions for eating trends. As we are...

    We hae meat and we can eat: Burns Night Banquet

    Haggis is hardly something to get excited about - when you hear dinner’s going to be offal stuffed into a sheep’s stomach, your mouth doesn’t exactly start watering. But as soon as you dare take your first bite, the divisive delicacy wins you over.

    Anyone Can Cook

    If you walked into any Waterstones in the month of December you would have seen Yotam Ottelenghi’s most recent book, Flavour, piled high on...
    Merton College Mob Quad

    Brexit hits Merton food supply chain

    "Our food supply chain is currently being impacted by the effects of the national lockdown and post-Brexit border arrangements with the EU."

    The Power of Food

    Food is more than nourishment; it is a joy which can bring people together, and its connective power is needed now more than ever....

    All I Want for Christmas is Food!

    Dessert has the opportunity to hold such creativity and glee, and yet the dry, misshapen lumps turned out year after year hold nothing but an unbelievable amount of fruit. They also hold a considerable serving of history.

    Keble students boycott hall food over rise in prices

    Undergraduate students at Keble College have launched a campaign to lower the cost of hall meals. They claim that the price of a standard...