foraging

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Super-quick August round up: food in Cornwall

Somehow July slipped by in a whirlwind of amazing food, festivals and wordcounts and suddenly it’s almost Port Eliot, almost August, and there’s an awesome showdown of events to put in the diary. So sleepy in the winter, I had sort of forgotten the immense mayhem of
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Laura goes to the gurnard's head

Gurnard’s Head Forage & Feast

Gurnard’s Head Forage & Feast [Zennor, Cornwall] Rating   Type of cuisine Locally sourced to the nearest degree possible, the Gurnard’s Head have always been on my radar as serving foraged ingredients, as well as local produce. They were serving samphire years before it
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Advoctae of seaweed and foraged food Sven

Q & A Profile – Sven-Hanson Britt [Masterchef Professionals finalist]

Walking on a Cornish beach on a wintery cold day, we caught up with champion of home grown and foraged foods and MasterChef Professionals finalist Sven-Hanson Britt. Chatting about food provenance and Swedish cuisine, we are very excited to see what will be next for the Hampshire
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wild garlic announce spring

April around Britain (food news)

All the food news for this week With Easter out of the way, the sun has thawed winter away too, and now we are getting ready for summer! As spring is taking over menus the length and breadth of the country. Recently the country has decided to spend more holidays here on
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Free booze? Yes please!

Spring sprung and hunting speckled hens

It’s been a while since we’ve ‘newsed’. And all that is due for a change. With its longer days, spring seems just the right time to feed you the foodie news we’re so frequently gathering. As the days are getting a bit warmer and we can now don
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North coat sun sunset

Review – Bude For Food Festival [Bude, Cornwall]

Appeals to Whole family fun at this affair! Good, clean comedy on the Friday night; filthy breaks and brass to party on down Saturday night and a fuckload of lush food to boot. The town Nestled right at the North of Cornwall, almost touching the Devon border sits a sleepy town of
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