• Bookmark this: Broadsheet’s just-updated Live List of more than 100 Melbourne restaurants to order takeaway from.

• Fennel-y Moroccan fish pitas. Miso-caramel and cornflake pie. Glossy, ganache-covered profiteroles. Get your order in now for Hope St Radio’s weekend takeaway festivities.

• Pasta presto: where to get fresh, finish-at-home pasta in Melbourne (yes, these new spots deliver).

• Carlton North’s The Fishmonger’s Son has released a cockle-warming limited-edition fish pie – a wintry collab with The Pie Shop’s Matt Wilkinson and Maria’s Pasta. Go forth.

• Sexier than fruity lexia: a gun Melbourne team has just launched Hey Tomorrow, a new wine label all about groovy goon sacks.

• Black Star Pastry is bringing its famous cakes – that strawberry-watermelon one included – to Bentleigh this weekend, with a pop-up at Good Times Milk Bar.

Top Melbourne takeaway this week: a taco truck takes on the recent birria-tacos internet craze; one-kilo Thai-style mud crabs; big Korean-inspired brioche sandwiches; and more.

• “What the F is a ‘fabagel’?” The innovators at Kensington’s Egyptian-street-food joint Kazbah have created a bagel-shaped falafel.

• In more hybrid news, a slick new pasta spot has rolled two Italian classics into one. Ladies and gentlemen: eggplant-parmigiana ravioli.

• Recipe: Ottolenghi’s stuffed eggplant in curry and coconut dal will come to your winter-lockdown rescue. (And the dal recipe is stellar on its own.)

• Instead of supermarket ’shrooms, get a dozen or so varieties from a Yarra Valley farm that supplies top Melbourne restaurants. Here’s the rundown.

• Crumpets on call: Melbourne’s first dedicated crumpet cafe is delivering sixpacks, plus butter, honey and jam from local producers.

• Sydney butter baron Pepe Saya is rolling out bake-at-home butterscotch-miso cookies. Plus, breakfast boxes with lemon curd and crumpets, and bakers’ packs for your at-home baking needs. All the details.

• Will it be a Peach Negroni or a Passionfruit Daiquiri? Order by 4pm for same-day cocktail delivery (in ziplock bags) from Romeo Lane.

• Want a saucy night in? This weekend, 1800 Lasagne’s first 20 takeaway orders will come with a free lube tube by local label Figr. Order here.