US dish: jambalaya is from the south of America

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How to make: jambalaya

By MA editorial

A staple dish from the Deep South of the US, jambalaya is a great meal using a tasty mix of meat, seafood, vegetables and rice that can be used on any menu. It has a touch of spicy heat and is filling, and it could give you an offer no rival can match.

Mitchells & Butlers' Toby Carvery has been rated top for value for money and food quality in new report

M&B's Toby Carvery ranked top in new M&C Allegra research

By Mark Wingett

Consumers rate Toby Carvery, the Mitchells & Butlers-owned brand, highest among pub brands for food quality, value for money and low prices, according to M&C Allegra Foodservices' latest Eating Out Panel data.

Consumers are open to eating ugly looking produce

Embrace the beauty in ugly fruit and veg, says Mintel

By Noli Dinkovski

Caterers should not be discouraged from using ugly fruit and veg as almost half of UK adults (48%) are happy to eat them if they are good enough quality, new research from Mintel has found.

Brewer's Arms is using its garden space

Pub grows produce to save money

By Lesley Foottit

A Wiltshire licensee is cutting costs by growing his own vegetables for the pub's menu. John Cullum of Arkell pub the Brewer's Arms in Wanborough...

Booker: sale on until 18 March

Booker sale on meat and veg

By Lesley Foottit

Food and drink wholesaler Booker has slashed prices on a range of meat and vegetables. Low prices on fifteen meat and eight vegetable products will...

Business boosters

Business boosters

Ideas for driving food sales at your pub Produce trade-in Where: Red Hart, Kington, Worcestershire The idea: Last summer customers at the Red Hart...