Takeaway Food

Domino's Sells Enough Pizzas To Stretch Between Rome And London 10 Times

The Huffington Post UK | Charlie Thomas | Posted 25.02.2013 | UK

Domino's Pizza created 61 million in 2012 - if you laid 10 inch pizzas end to end, they'd run from Rome to London and back more than five times. Th...

Just-Eat, or How I Fooled my Mother

Lucy Karsten | Posted 31.12.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Lucy Karsten

I grew up in a house where my mother made her own mayonnaise, and when we pleaded for hamburgers she marched down to The Ginger Pig (http://www.thegingerpig.co.uk/) and convinced them to grind their rib-eye steak into patties for us. For all of her children, nothing seems more enticing, illicit and glamorous than take-away.

On the Go: Why I Chose a BLT Over a Brown Bread and Ham Sandwich

Aimee Wood | Posted 24.11.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Aimee Wood

Eating healthily on the go is goddam HARD. I generally have an active life, I'm constantly travelling between England and France and even when I'm in...

Stirring Up a VAT of Trouble: An Analysis of the Pasty Tax

Lindsey Suddaby | Posted 01.07.2012 | UK Politics
Lindsey Suddaby

Let's not forget the humble pasty started life as a portable lunch for ordinary working fishermen and tin miners. Ken McMeikan, CEO of Greggs, summed it up well when he said: "people simply can not afford to pay 20% more for everyday food."

Pasty Tax: The Government Need to Drop Their Flaky Proposals and Get This Issue Off Their Plate

Stephen Gilbert | Posted 25.06.2012 | UK Politics
Stephen Gilbert

The proposals for a 'Pasty Tax' have certainly caused a stir in Westminster and across the country. It will have been hard to avoid the media furore on this, one of a series of measures in last month's budget which have attracted criticism from across the board.

Domino's Surges As Punters Buy £1m Of Pizzas Online Per Day

PA | Posted 04.03.2012 | UK

Domino's Pizza today said internet orders regularly topped £1 million a day after another year of strong growth for the delivery firm. The company...