Rick Stein’s Cornwall TV series

We’re very excited for Rick to be back on the BBC with his new series, Rick Stein’s Cornwall – sharing food and drink heroes, art, culture and history from around the county with new recipes to recreate at home too. Rick says:

Cornwall is different to anywhere else in the world. Crossing the Tamar for our holidays to Cornwall from Devon was like going into another country and in the car on our way to Padstow we were driving through an enchanted land, capped for my sister and me by seeing the sea at Trevose Head for the first time. Now, after so many years of living here, it still does feel different. I want to try and explain that difference, to tell you what Cornwall means to me.

This week on Rick Stein’s Cornwall:

– Meet fishermen, Danny and Tommy Phillips, artist Anthony Frost, Cornish butcher, Ian Warren, Alex and Olga Polizzi at Hotel Tresanton in St Mawes, potter Jack Doherty, Sophie Alexander and Stephen Holloway at Source Kitchen in St Ives and historian, Marion Gibson

– Visit Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden in St Ives, St Just-In-Roseland Church, Tintagel, the Roseland Peninsula, Truro Cathedral, Lamorna Cove, Botallack tin and copper mines, Cornwall’s oldest building, Camborne Centenary Church and St Mawes.

– Discover recipes for Cornish bouillabaisse, red mullet on confit potatoes with black olive tapenade, steak with béarnaise sauce, Cornish saffron buns and more.

Scroll down to read our full Rick Stein’s Cornwall episode guides.

Get Rick’s recipes

Apple Charlotte

Cornish Gouda quesadillas with caramelised apples and onions

Pork chops with sloes and Savoy cabbage

Moules marinière

Cornish crab omelette

Mackerel recheado

Pancakes with vodka lemon drizzle and blackberry compôte

Cornish briam (roasted vegetable traybake)

Duck breast with a sea buckthorn, chilli and ginger sauce

Spiced poached pears with blackberries

Whole sea bass with fennel mayonnaise

Peppercorn spiced steak with béarnaise sauce

Saffron buns

Cornish Bouillabaisse

Rick Stein’s Cornwall episode guides

Make travel plans inspired by Rick Stein’s Cornwall TV adventures

There are so many reasons why Cornwall should be top of your staycation list for 2021. Beautiful beaches like Sennen in the west and Constantine on the north coast, restaurants and food lovers’ hotspots galore, places to explore as a family like The Lost Gardens of Heligan and places to explore as a couple like the art galleries in St Ives. Read our blogs below and plan your dream Cornish break itinerary:

How to spend 24 hours in Padstow

Our favourite pubs in Cornwall

Top 10 most Instagrammable spots in Cornwall

Family adventures in Cornwall

Our favourite Cornish beaches

Beautiful Cornish views

Wonderful Cornish walks

Jack Stein’s top Cornish surf spots

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