Our Food Heroes

Meet our food heroes: Ross Geach

1st Mar 2019

Fresh produce is in Ross Geach’s blood. The Geach family have lived and worked on Trerethern Farm, overlooking the Camel Estuary, for over 130 ...

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Meet our Food Heroes: Treleavens

1st Mar 2019

The ice cream filled story of Treleavens started on the south Cornish coast in 2002 when founder, Andrew Treleaven bought a seasonal ice cream ...

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Meet our Food Heroes: Clarence Court

1st Mar 2019

Boiled, scrambled, fried, poached or baked – all the eggs that we use in our restaurants come from Clarence Court, based in Liskeard, Cornwall. ...

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Meet our Food Heroes: St Austell Brewery

1st Mar 2019

St Austell Brewery was founded in 1851 (yes you read that correctly) by Cornishman Walter Hicks. Over 150 years on, they remain independent and ...

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Meet our Food Heroes: Origin Coffee

1st Mar 2019

Life for Origin Coffee started in Helston, Cornwall in 2005. Inspired by Australia’s advanced café culture and his prior experience of helping ...

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Meet our food heroes: Sharp’s Brewery

1st Mar 2019

Founded by Bill Sharp in 1994 across the Camel Estuary from Padstow in Rock, now owned by Molson Coors, Sharp’s Brewery is home to one of the ...

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Meet our food heroes: Cornish Orchards

1st Mar 2019

Cornish Orchards have been making cider at Westnorth Manor Farm since 2001. We have to go back another 11 years, when Andy Atkinson arrived at ...

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Wine tasting at Padstow Seafood School

26th Jan 2015

Last week our head sommeliers from The Seafood Restaurant, Ronni Arnold and Jason Weight, joined Mark Puckey and his team at Padstow Seafood ...

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Top tips for making great coffee

23rd Dec 2013

Coffee is the most popular drink worldwide with over 400 billion cups consumed each year and last year in Britain alone we spent £730 million on ...

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Festive uses and excuses for using Rodda’s clotted cream and Rick Stein’s mincemeat!

25th Nov 2013

Here at Stein’s HQ, mince pies are without doubt one of our favourite things to make and eat in the run up to Christmas. Served hot or cold, what ...

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