The Stein Guide: Jack Stein’s favourite Cornish surf spots

21st May 2019

Cornwall is famous for its surf beaches, with thousands of people travelling to the county every year to see what the waves have to offer. Some ...

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The Stein Guide: How to spend 24 hours in Padstow

17th May 2019

Our home Padstow is, we think, a very pretty fishing port sheltered a couple of miles up the Camel Estuary. In the narrow streets around the ...

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Where to dine al fresco at Rick Steins

13th May 2019

When the sun is shining there’s something extra special about dining in the open air. Sunglasses on and a cold drink in hand, sit back and ...

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Five top tips for sourcing fresh fish

Situated just a stone’s throw from Padstow harbour, our cookery school is well placed for the freshest catch from the sea. We’re lucky that we ...

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5 things you need to know about May Day in Padstow

19th Apr 2019

If you’ve ever visited Padstow on the 1st May you will know it’s a huge day of celebration in the town. The winding streets of ...

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The Stein Guide to Cornwall

14th Mar 2019

Planning a trip to Cornwall soon? Here are some top tips from Rick, Jill, Jack, Charlie and Ed Stein that you don’t want to miss. ...

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Meet our food heroes: Danny Phillips

10th Mar 2019

All roads lead to Cadgwith for fishermen, Danny Phillips. He lives and fishes out of this quaint Cornish village, a few miles from the ...

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Meet our food heroes: Matthew Stevens

The Matthew Stevens family has lived in St Ives, Cornwall, for over five generations with fishing at their heart. For over 20 years, Matthew ...

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Meet our food heroes: Johnny Murt

Johnny Murt is part of four generations of Padstow fishing history. The Murt family currently has three boats catching lobster and crab out of ...

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Meet our food heroes: Philip Warren Butchers

8th Mar 2019

Philip Warren butchers are probably the oldest farm-to-plate business in Cornwall. Established in 1880 by WW Davey, it went through five family ...

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