Sunday, September 22, 2019

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...

Rick Stein’s Seafood Masterclass

Rick Stein's award-winning Padstow Seafood School is inviting food lovers to an evening of chef demonstrations at their seafood masterclass on Thursday, March 19. The...

BBQ recipe: Mackerel with Asian pesto

Recipe by Neil Haydock of Zacry's at the Watergate Bay Hotel.  www.watergatebay.co.uk/food-and-drink/ Mackerel with Asian pesto Whole mackerel works so well on a barbecue. It’s best...

Cornish seaside risotto with chilli and fennel seed pangrattato

by Fifteen Cornwall's head chef Andy Appleton          INGREDIENTS – You will need… (serves 4 good sized portions) A good splash of olive oil 1 white onion (finely diced) 1 fennel...

Gorblimey’s vintage cafe and farm shop

  The new nostalgic haven for vintage lovers  Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley With Cornwall’s growing vintage scene and a well-established title as the UK’s foodie...

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...

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...

Cornish heavy cake recipe

Marion Symonds has been running Portreath Bakery for 26 years so she's done a fair bit of baking in her time. Plans to open...

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...

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...