Chef loves a good succotash - a North American Indian dish consisting of beans and kernels. Here's his take on the recipe, featuring scallops and monkfish.
Succotsash comes from a North American Indian word for ‘broken kernels’. There is no set recipe and you can add what you like to create this tasty broth. Here's our recipe for monkfish succotash.
As demonstrated by our executive chef at the Fifteen Cornwall Spring Fayre at Watergate Bay. Inspired to cook it at home? Here's our special recipe.
They say good magicians should never reveal the secret. Fortunately for you, there’s no trick to the interior design in our rooms. It’s real magic.
The origin of this iconic New York sandwich loaded with pastrami & swiss cheese is hotly disputed. Here's our take served at The Living Space.
Sweet and silky smooth, this feast of colour took the “distillers favourite” vote. Find out how to make your own with our ingredients and method.
Dogs are welcome at Watergate Bay year round. But in Cornwall there are loads of dog friendly beaches to choose from. Take a look at our top 10.
Build on sugar and lemon. Give our malted lemon pancakes with lemon curd and blueberries a go. Read on for the full recipe.
The hour before the sun finally dips below the horizon is a magical time, especially in Cornwall. Here are our top ten Cornish beaches to watch the sunset.
The Observer’s chief film critic, Mark Kermode, celebrates the films in which Cornish scenery has starred. Read on for the good, the bad and the weird.
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