How to make the perfect mince pie

10th Dec 2013

Making mince pies is a great festive activity to do with the family in the run up to Christmas. On a cold December day, nothing beats a warm ...

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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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Why we love Padstow Christmas Festival

Excitement is building for the annual Padstow Christmas Festival which takes place from 5th – 8th December. The Christmas lights are twinkling, ...

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A sparkling success at Polgoon Vineyard

30th Oct 2013

Fish merchants by trade, Kim and John gave up their day jobs to try their hand at farming. Little did they know at the time, that 6 years down ...

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Top tips for saving water

27th Sep 2013

Did you know? Women in Africa and Asia often carry water on their heads weighing 20kg, the same as the average UK airport luggage allowance The ...

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Top five fish from our fish supplier!

Matthew Stevens & Son has been our local fish supplier for over 15 years. The third-generation company based in St Ives delivers the finest ...

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Five great reasons to visit Falmouth in October

9th Sep 2013

At the entrance to the third largest harbour in the world, Falmouth has been shaped by its strong connection to the sea and captivating maritime ...

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The best wines to enjoy at The Seafood Restaurant

12th Aug 2013

If you’ve ever thought that you can only enjoy white wines with fish, then read on… Here is a guest blog from Rick and Jill’s youngest son, ...

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Ask Steins – Your foodie questions answered!

9th Aug 2013

Here’s a round up of all your foodie questions from our live ‘Ask Steins’ Q&A on Friday 9th August with our executive pastry chef, Stuart ...

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We love ice cream!

6th Aug 2013

When you are enjoying the Cornish summer sunshine there is no better treat than a real dairy Cornish ice cream. There is something very ...

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