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The Seven Stones gin cocktail

This Living Space cocktail is a refreshing combination of clotted cream gin, orange and cinnamon. Here's the recipe to make it yourself at home.

Christina Knight Christina Knight
05 December 2017
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Meet the makers: Cornish gins

Quiz some of the county’s brightest gin minds. Understand their inspirations and ingredients, get down to the technicalities, or just pat them on the back.

Christina Knight Christina Knight
07 November 2017
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Tarquin's gin masterclass

On Wednesday 17 May, Tarquin's gin will be taking over the Fifteen Cornwall bar for a pre-dinner cocktail master class.

Virginia Taylor
26 April 2017
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Argentine Asado BBQ

On Friday 19 May we're inviting you to an authentic asado (a traditional Argentine BBQ). Share an evening of live music and fireworks with the polo players.

Virginia Taylor
25 April 2017
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Blueberry and lavender shrub cocktail

With Aspall Cyder joining us for polo, we've worked with them to create shrubs using their cyder apple vinegar. Find out what a shrub is, and how to make our blueberry and lavender shrub cocktail.

Christina Knight Christina Knight
18 April 2017
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Grilled halloumi burger

Beef burgers, chicken burgers, bean burgers. We like them all as much as the next person. But swap your beef burger for halloumi and you've got a surprisingly healthy vegetarian alternative. Here's how we serve our grilled halloumi burger at The Living Space.

Neil Haydock Neil Haydock
01 April 2017
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Scallop and monkfish succotash

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.

Neil Haydock Neil Haydock
31 March 2017
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Monkfish succotash

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.

Neil Haydock Neil Haydock
31 March 2017
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Pan fried hake with 'methi' sauce

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.

Neil Haydock Neil Haydock
27 March 2017
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Grilled 'Reuben'

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.

Neil Haydock Neil Haydock
23 March 2017
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