Manchester's Finest: The Bangers And Bacon Team Will Be On The Telly Tonight

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Anyone familiar with Bangers and Bacon in Spinningfields will know that it's fast becoming a Manchester institution. 

Established in 2014 by James Taylor, Heather Taylor and Richard Brown, the company offers interesting and quirky pork dishes to customers all over Manchester by bringing their unique street food menu to special events and festivals around the city.

Tonight, thanks to the ever-popular Hairy Bikers on BBC2, the rest of the nation is about to find out about Manchester's most delicious little secret. 

As part of now famed series, the Hairy Bikers, real names Dave Myers and Si King, stopped at The Kitchens in Leftbank, Spinningfields to cook up a ‘hairy egg’; a take on the Scotch egg using cheese and onion crisps. 

They pitted their concoction alongside Robert Owen Brown’s famous Manchester Egg and asked the Bangers and Bacon team to judge which one they preferred.

And you can try them tomorrow! 

Manchester Eggs will be on sale for four quid from Bangers and Bacon outside Manchester's The Kitchens, where you can grab a range of takeout breakfast and brunch bites, special sarnies and hot drinks (a cracking steal at £1)

Bangers and Bacon are open Mon-Fri 7am-3pm - check out their latest updates on Twitter.


Be sure to tune into 'The Hairy Bikers' Chicken And Egg' on BBC2 tonight at 8pm to see how the gang got on. 

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James Fenton

Resident football writer, covering City, United and the rest of what the beautiful game brings to our city. I also moonlight in news, current affairs and emmm... burger reviews.

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