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Cornish Feasts & Festivals: Recipe

Just in case you're wondering 'gathering nuts in May' implies going to the woods for another purpose altogether...

Soaking up the Cornish Festival Season with Sipsmith

After a gin-soaked meeting at Port Eliot Festival GCG knocks back a few with Fairfax Hall as he tell us

Sipsmith’s Millionaires Mule

We were recently mixing up some classic Mules in the distillery with the Sipsmith team, based on the 1900 British

Breakfast with John Torode

Masterchef presenter and all round foodie expert, John sits down with the GCG to talk his passion for food, and

Bustophers, Truro: back to bistro

Eating out is being stripped back to bare tables, stark surroundings and few food choices. As the likes of Tramshed

Winter Wine

As long summer evenings fade, it’s time to move away from those light Italian whites and crispy New World Sauvignons

Seasonal Fodder

The seasons change and so do our cravings. As the evenings draw in and the cold takes hold, there’s nothing

Baked sea bass with soused vegetables and smoked paprika potatoes

This is a great way of cooking bigger sea bass that you may be able to get hold of once


What a choice! It’s wonderful to see a gradual hum of budding wine aficionados exploring new styles and experiencing for

Seasonal Fodder

I must have the best job in the world. At Cornwall Food & Drink we work amongst some of the

Rock star: Cornwall’s Outlaw singing to his own tune

Two restaurants; two Michelin stars and a book launch: steps on a culinary stairway to heaven? Absolutely. But Rock’s star