- SARDINES OR SALMON?
- HOT TUNA MEALS YOU’LL WARM TO!
- TUNA SALADS DRESSED FOR DINNER!
- ZEST IS BEST WITH JOHN WEST TUNA!
- Chinese New Year of the FISH!
Food for thought
Asking us here at John West to say whether we prefer one fish over another is like asking a parent to pick their favourite child. We love all our fish the same. But if you really can’t decide whether to go for sardines or salmon, here are a few side-by-side comparisons to help you make your mind up.Read More
Everyone knows that John West Tuna tastes great, straight from the can, because that’s how most of us enjoy it. Whether it’s part of a salad or heaped on a baked potato, cold Tuna is a traditional favourite with thousands of us. Which is all well and good, but there are also thousands of us who are missing out on something equally good; hot John West Tuna, cooked in a variety of delicious ways.Read More
A salad, is a salad, is a salad, right? Wrong! If you want your Tuna Salad to have a more enthusiastic response when you serve it, you need to be a little more adventurous when you make it. In other words, experiment a bit and add some excitement.Read More
Get ‘zesty’ with a can or two of Tuna and you can make our succulent fish even more mouthwatering. Being zesty is all about sharp and tangy taste sensations with a hint of spiciness about them, and the simple, but simply delicious way to add zest to your Tuna is through a Vinaigrette dressing.Read More
Well to be honest, Chinese New Year 2016 is the year of the Monkey, but seeing as fish play a big part in every Chinese New Year, we thought we’d find out why. We’re massive fans of fish here at John West, whether it’s New Year fish or fish all year long, so we’re always eager to discover why other countries love it as much as we do.Read More
The John West Blog
Ever since we began, way back in 1857, we’ve been happily sharing our fishing expertise and cooking tips. At first it was only with random people we met in ports and pubs. Then this thing called the Internet came along and the rest is history – well, it’s a blog but you know what I mean.