This is a super speedy version of the usual roasted veg – try to get as many different coloured roots as you can for a really spectacular result. There are no rules on quantities – it’s a great way to use up surplus veg. Use approximately 1 parsnip, 1 beetroot, 2 carrots & a couple […]
Legend has it that in days of old, Piskies, Spriggans, Knockers and other such small people were thought to share the land of the Cornish people. The Cornish Piskey is by far the most notorious of these mythical creatures. The Piskies always worked alone and were therefore referred to as Piskey. The Cornish Piskies were […]
With its opening occurring less than three months ago this new, independent family run restaurant has already received rave reviews from both locals and visitors alike. Run by a close group of family and friends the restaurant’s ethos is to offer food and drink of the highest quality at affordable prices with a warm and […]
We’ve cheated a little bit with this recipe & used ready rolled shortcrust pastry to save some time – but of course feel free to make your own! Start by preheating your oven to 200C (or 180 for a fan oven). Unroll your short crust pastry and use it to line a 18cm tart tin. Prick the […]
After eight years on Market Jew Street in Penzance, BOHEMIA will close its doors on 26th September. “It has been a real privilege to represent the artists and craftspeople whose wonderful work has appeared in the gallery over the years. I can’t thank them enough for stocking my shelves and walls and creating the marvellous […]
originally an amalgamation of three earlier mines; The Zawn Brimmey, Boscregan and Wheal Unity. Like most Cornish mines Levant had workings which extended for over a mile beneath the sea.
You may remember chocolate-makers, Cornwall’s Chocolate Cove from our first edition. Well, we recently caught up with founder Judy Hedden over a coffee and a deliciously healthy, melt-in-the-mouth Luscious Raspberry chocolate (pictured), to hear some exciting news about the company’s collaboration with an international wildlife charity. Judy set the scene, “I’ve always had a passion for […]
Preheat the oven to 200C. Cut 500g tomatoes into halves and spread over a large, shallow baking tray. row in a couple of cloves of garlic, a roughly chopped red onion and a chopped red pepper. Drizzle with olive oil, season with salt and pepper. Roast for 35-40 minutes. Once roasted transfer the veg into […]