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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

How the West was Won

5 tracks that define a Cornish Summer

Guest Illustrator: A Gun for Hire

Nicole Heidaripour is a very talented and enormously generous illustrator who has tattooed the first GCG mag enticingly throughout.

The GCG Canon

As the author of books set in Cornwall, I thought it would be easy to select my favourite five novels

Seasonal Fodder

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


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

Escapist Luggage: What to Pack for Cornwall

There is a saying that in Cornwall you can experience four seasons in one day and whilst you hope this won’t be

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

Port Eliot

With more than 100 rooms, 11 staircases, a Georgian kitchen that is 100 metres from the nearest dining room, 15


Picture the perfect family camping trip and you may well imagine lounging in Cath Kidston deckchairs, watching children play hide

An interview with Alex Polizzi: Living the Cornish lifestyle – with style

GCG first met Alex Polizzi at the beginning of the summer when she was working her magic on the Hotel

Mixed Tape Interview: All the Fires

When Kath Williams of All the Fires sent GCG an email offering a first listen to their new album ‘Territories’

Seasonal Fodder

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

Eating out isn't just for Grown-ups

Eating out with kids in tow no longer means sticking to cheap and cheerful chain restaurants. Cornwall’s burgeoning dining scene

Winter Beaches

As the leaves crumble and fall, the swallows depart, and the temperature drops you can do one of two things:

Winter Wine

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

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


Not long ago, Boconnoc was empty and dilapidated, gently rotting away to oblivion. But a determined programme of restoration has

Cold Comforts & Ice Cream Headaches

There is something special about summer in Cornwall. Small lines of swell roll through to sandy coves, greeted by the