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    Mucky Mel and soggy bottoms

    SAFFRONBUNNY examines The Great British Bake Off – comforting tea-time TV or drab repetitive formula?With over seven million viewers watching the new...

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    Pimp your chips and win

    CORNISH Sea Salt is popping up at some of the UK's favourite coastal destinations over the next few weeks to pimp tasty chips with its award-winning sea salt.It...

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    Keltic really is a big cheese

    WHALESBOROUGH Cheese, a small, family-run business in Bude has achieved its highest ever results including the top award for its Keltic Gold Cheese.Great Taste,...

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    Old School says thank you

    THE Old School Bar & Kitchen (OSBK) opened its doors in Mount Hawke in August last year, and celebrates its first anniversary on Saturday.Thanks to a huge...

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    Healeys pips the competition

    A CORNISH cider company has scooped two gold medals at the 2014 British Bottlers' Institution (BBI) Awards.Healeys, Cornwall's longest standing cyder producer,...

  • More than 50 traders at city food market

    FOR A taste of Cornwall that the whole family can enjoy, head to the Big Produce Market this Friday and Saturday.Lemon Quay, Truro, will come alive from 9am to...

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    Newlyn's big fish

    THE TEAM behind Newlyn Fish Festival have released the programme for the now iconic event taking place on Bank Holiday Monday.Stalls and stands from numerous...

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    Chefs' forum goes foraging

    THE Mawgan Porth coastline formed the backdrop for the Chefs' Forum Coastal Forage at Bedruthan Hotel recently.A couple of summer showers punctuating blustery...

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    Trail fish from trawler to table

    AN EXPERIENCE trail for food lovers is giving visitors to Plymouth's Sutton Harbour a chance to see how local fresh fish gets from sea to plate.The F.I.S.H...

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    Pop-up Fifteen at Tresco food festival

    THE tastes, aromas and sights of the Isles of Scilly will once again come together at this year's Tresco and Bryher Food Festival in September.Local producers,...

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    Life's a beach ...

    A COUPLE who met and fell in love in Cornwall have written a book inspired by their passions of surfing, cookery and living by the sea.Thirtysomethings Jane and...

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    Raw steel and well cooked burgers

    THE One Eyed Cat in Truro has been humanely put to sleep … and in its place comes Hubbox Truro.The curators behind Hubbox have harpooned another of their...

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    Seafood and eat it at Newquay event

    IT'S ONE of Cornwall's best-loved seafood festivals and this year from September 12 to 14 the Newquay Fish Festival returns, hauling over 20,000 visitors to...

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    A pizza the action in Falmouth

    PIZZA, pie and cider restaurant The Stable has announced it will be opening its newest restaurant in Falmouth's Custom House on Arwenack Street at a special...

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    All change at Padstow restaurant

    PADSTOW restaurant Rojano's in the Square has announced a series of changes for the summer season, including a new chef director.Paul Dodd has spent the last...

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    Great British pubs

    ST AUSTELL Brewery is celebrating as five of the pubs are shortlisted for national pub award honours.The results of the regional heats of the Great British Pub...

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    Synergy as cyder pears with music

    A CORNISH cyder company has signed a two year sponsorship deal with the UK's largest surf and music festival, Boardmasters.The deal comes one year on from the...