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Food and drink, recipes, homes and interiors, gardens, health and wellbeing and many more features from Cornwall Today magazine

Walk: Carn Brea

  A wild walk through time Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley "Carn Brea is one of the few wild open spaces in West Cornwall that remains...
Four Cornish saffron buns

Recipe: Saffron cake pain perdu, Cornish clotted cream and grue de cocoa

The Headland Hotel’s executive chef, Christopher Archambault, shares his recipe for Saffron Cake Pain Perdu, with Cornish Clotted Cream and Grue de Cocoa.  This...

Walk: Zennor

  Explore the myths and legends of this ancient coastline Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley Passing by looming woodland and countless signs for cream teas, the...

Walk Mount Edgcumbe

Dating back to the 1500s, Mount Edgcumbe estate is an historic jewel in Cornwall’s heritage, with an intriguing past and rumours of ghosts that...

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...

Chef special: Cornish hake Galician style

Joe Lado, executive head chef at Gwel an Mor, shares his Spanish style seafood recipe. With a background of classic training in the art of French...

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...

Inside: A Farmhouse on the Lizard

  Words by Alice Westgate, photographs by Greg Martin A trip to the Lizard can feel like a glorious step back in time, especially if your...

Walk: Looe Island

  A guided walk on Looe Island Nature Reserve - the island paradise Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley As the days get sunnier, so Cornwall’s coastal...