Try our delicious Cornish Split recipe

Think you know the Cornish cream tea inside out, but have you ever tried a Cornish Split? These more bread roll based treats were on the menu long before the scone and best enjoyed with clotted cream and jam. The Cornish split is less buttery scone and more of a yeasty bread so give you […]

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Scrumptious Cornish Cauliflower Recipes

Depending which side of the Tamar you’re from you may call cauliflower broccoli, and broccoli calabrese. Us Cornish folk call white cornish cauliflowers ‘broccoli’ and the green broccoli ‘calabrese’. Confused? Well here we’re making some delicious dishes from the white flower like plants that grow in the Cornish fields over the cooler months… Here’s some […]

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It’s time for Gingerbread, a Christmas Treat!

The smell of gingerbread is Christmas for me. Walking into a kitchen with gingerbread cooking is just wonderful. We’ve found the most wonderful gingerbread candle this year, and could literally have it burning every day. This gingerbread recipe can be made into any shapes you want, even a gingerbread house if you are feeling adventurous. […]

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Cornish maid mince pies

Christmas is all about the food for most people, and mince pies are right up there as a festive tradition! Homemade mince pies just taste so much better than those you can find in the shops, so this year why not try these cute star topped bites for yourself. Trust us they won’t hang around […]

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Try our festive homemade mincemeat

To make your mince pies first you need some fruity homemade mincemeat, and this recipe is so easy anyone can make it! Usually you should leave to brew for a while, so you really need to think about making your mincemeat now. This tasty homemade delight will be great for your Christmas mince pies, or […]

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It’s time to make your Christmas Cake!

If you haven’t made this years Christmas cake yet then what are you waiting for! Pop the oven on and get your apron out. Christmas cakes need time to mature and be fed, so this should be one of the first preparations of the festive season. There’s no time to delay, it’s the perfect way […]

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Our Chocolate and Banana Bread and Butter Pudding

Autumn is a time for warming comfort food and getting ready for the delicious treats of Christmas. Here we have reinvented the traditional winter bread and butter pudding by adding a few yummy ingredients. We recently discovered Sargies chocolate sauce in the farmers market at Trevaskis Farm, and thought this would be wonderful addition to […]

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Delicious Pumpkin Recipes for Autumn

We’ve been totally inspired by The Great British Bake Off this year, and seeing as it’s the last year on BBC we’re really getting behind it. Here we’ve dug out some super easy and tasty pumpkin recipes to try yourself this Autumn. It’s easy to buy (or pick your own as we did at Trevaskis […]

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Recipes for your Cornish Blackberries

We love foraging for blackberries as the autumn draws in, the little bundles of sweetness appearing in the hedgerows is strangely comforting. Whilst out walking our two boxer dogs down the country lanes we often come home with hundred of blackberries at this time of year. They are too nice to just throw in the […]

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Blackcurrant and rhubarb jam recipe

With lots of lovely homegrown fruits coming into wonderful ripeness we were inspired to make some yummy jam to prolong the summer crop into the autumn. Blackcurrant and rhubarb seemed like a perfect combination, especially as we had lots of ripe fruit in our garden to use. With our very easy tried and tested jam […]

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