Friday, January 18, 2019

Wild Recipe – Sea Spinach Cake

Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley Rachel Lambert’s Sea Spinach & Olive Oil Cake If she's not out in the woods or foraging along the coastline for...

Cream of the Crop

  Celebrating the delicious Cornish cream tea  Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony...

Recipe: Baker Tom’s Scones

Baker Tom's big and fluffy scones are the perfect accompaniment to summer picnics and afternoon tea parties in the garden. Follow his simple recipe below...
Dog Friendly Cornwall

Dog Friendly Cornwall

Cornwall is an incredibly dog friendly county, with four-legged friends welcomed in some of the county's finest restaurants, pubs, hotels and self-catering accommodation. There...

Bake: Stollen Cake

  Tom Hazzledine, aka Baker Tom, says: “This delicious fruited bread has a sweet home-made marzipan centre, and is finished with icing sugar: a perfect speciality bread...

The Godolphin Arms: overlooking St Michael’s Mount

The Godolphin Arms is on the water’s edge of Mount’s Bay along a two mile stretch of beach in the historic market town of...

Nathan Outlaws Fish Kitchen Recipe

Baked whole plaice and cider onions with tarragon and anchovy butter I really wanted to get this recipe into my first book but I couldn’t...

Porthleven Food and Music Festival

We all know that Cornwall is the country's foodie capital and as lovers of great grub, Cornwallians will be pleased to hear that Porthleven...

Restaurant Review: The Waymarker

Words and pictures by Viki Wilson It was one of those beautiful warm winter days when the sun is shining and you could almost believe it...

African pasties

One country which has some interesting Cornish connections is Nigeria. This is an area which was explored by Richard Lander and his brother John in...