Meat

Taken off: hotdogs are the latest dish to be removed from JDW menus (JDW hotdog not pictured)

Which dishes have been taken off JDW menus?

By Nikkie Sutton

Dishes can change periodically and there can be various reasons as to why. Here, The Morning Advertiser looks at what pub giant JD Wetherspoon has removed from its offer.

Off the table: JD Wetherspoon removed three types of steak from its menus after issues with its supplier Russell Hume

Steak back on the menu for JDW

By Nikkie Sutton

JD Wetherspoon (JDW) is putting steak back on its menus across its 900-strong estate after it was removed following "issues" at a suppliers.

Not unwell: the Food Standards Agency said there is no indication that people have become ill from eating meat supplied by Russell Hume (steak not pictured)

Why JDW had no steak on Steak Night

By Nikkie Sutton

The supplier of JD Wetherspoon’s meat, which was pulled from the pub chain’s menu, is being investigated by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) for “serious non-compliance with food-hygiene regulations”.

Big audience: a staple dish such as a pie or a seafood option can appeal to a wider audience

Pub food favourites

By Nikkie Sutton

Tastes in food may be constantly changing, but when it comes to pub grub, the classics and old favourites remain constantly in contention, jockeying for positions on the menu

Onwards and upwards: veggie and vegan food will continue to grow

The future of food in the on-trade revealed

By Nikkie Sutton

Meat-free options, inspiration from food festivals and experience-led occasions are the future of food, according to creative think-tank The Innovation Group.

Born in the USA: Barbecue food takes inspiration from overseas

Brits go gaga for US barbecue

By Daniel Woolfson

Pub gardens are perfect for barbecues. But barbecue cooking is more complex than slapping some flaccid meat on a smouldering grill.

Reassurance: the new scheme will ease consumer concerns

AHDB launches revamped quality scheme

By Nikkie Sutton

The Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board (AHBD) has launched a revamped quality standard mark (QSM) scheme alongside a new team of ambassadors.