Food & Drink
To coincide with the upcoming World Pasty Championships, myCornwall launched a poll celebrating who is the BEST Cornish Pasty Maker. Amazingly, over 5,000 of you voted and now we can reveal the WINNER. With over half of the overall votes, the winner is…. FERRELL’S BAKERY. We will be contacting Ferrell’s Bakery to let them know >> read more
Coffee, it can be as simple as adding hot water, or as complex as decorative froth and pumpkin-spiced syrups, either way we love it and we’ve rounded up eleven of the best coffee shops in Cornwall for you to visit on those quiet afternoons. These coffee shops are listed in no particular order, we recommend >> read more
There's no better place than Cornwall to enjoy fresh delicious seafood. Look out across the sea and dig into the freshest of fish at one of these amazing restaurants dotted along the Cornish coast.
With the summer season in full swing enjoy a traditional Cornish Cream Tea with these top thirteen chosen by the team at myCornwall
This month’s ‘Meet the Chef’ is with Stuart Macguire of The Rum and Crab shack in St Ives. Discover the relaxed atmosphere, favourite food and best rum drinks around. So, tell me a bit about yourself: My name is Stuart Mcguire and I am the head chef and Part owner with my brother Chris >> read more
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In Cornwall, we’re very proud of our abundance of seafood bar and restaurants. Fresh from the pages of our August/September issue (available now in shops and via subscription), we’re giving you a small selection of our top choices of where to eat and try this sunshine season. 1: Boscastle Fish Company – Boscastle. With fresh >> read more
Seaweeds are amazing. Along with seagrasses, they produce over half our oxygen in our atmosphere, provide living habitats for a wide variety of creatures to forage, spawn and nurse in, and they’re a refuge from predators for fish and invertebrates. So ultimately, they are pretty good all rounders. Here in Cornwall, we have fantastic access >> read more
Featured image credit: Rhyanna Adkins. If there’s one thing synonymous with Cornwall and Cornish life, then it is a good old traditional pasty. Over the years, the pasty has filled the stomachs of millions of people worldwide, and it has become a staple for any tourist who is lucky enough to visit our beautiful >> read more
Nothing rivals the smell of a freshly baked bread in the morning, here is our pick of local Bakers to guarantee you a good start to the day: The Little Bakehouse Since humble beginnings just two years ago, The Little Bakehouse has had a lot to shout about. Reaching 2nd best Cornish bakery in the >> read more
It goes without saying that Cornwall is home to some top quality wines. Over the last twenty years, wine producing in Cornwall has sky rocketed and has managed to make itself a household name for the likes of fresh whites, delicate roses and world-class sparkling. Like America’s golden wine country in the southern sun-kissed valleys >> read more
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In celebration of #WorldFoodDay we have picked out five excellent farmer's markets in Cornwall to promote buying locally, supporting farmers, the economy and taking care of the environment.
To celebrate #WorldVegetarianDay, we've looked high and low across Cornwall and found the very best mouthwatering places to eat without meat.
We judged by look, smell and taste, and narrowed it down to only the very best of Cornish ales, lagers and ciders.
Let's be serious, there are way more than 16 reasons why Cornwall makes us happy... so here are just a few of our favourites!
If you love marmalade, with ingredients like oranges, lemon, elderflower, and a hint of whisky, you HAVE to try these delicious offerings!
We joined Jah Hemming at The Lost Gardens of Heligan to find out what delicious treats are on offer at The Heligan Tearoom.
With a brand new cafe recently opening at the Telegraph Museum Porthcurno, we took a trip to Porthcurno ourselves to meet head chef Nicholas George Lewis Usher to try some of his delicious new dishes.
Join myCornwall's Editor Mark Pugh as he makes a visit to The Victoria Inn, Perranuthnoe to sample their culinary offerings in sumptuous surroundings
Featuring Crellow, Berrio Mill and Sisley's Cornish Preserves, here are our pick of three of the best chutneys in Cornwall
To tie in with the Great British Bake Off, join us as we meet with Tom Hazzeldine of Baker Tom's Bakery as he shares his inspirations, food heroes and plans for the future