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.
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.
Build on sugar and lemon. Give our malted lemon pancakes with lemon curd and blueberries a go. Read on for the full recipe.
Over the winter period the cocktail menu in The Living Space flushes with colour. Find out how this year’s festive flavours come together, thanks to our imaginative inhouse mixologists.
Zacry’s truffled maccheroni is a real stand out dish, even though it is served as a side. We'll have four as a main please - and this recipe too.
The traditional apple strudel is a winter winner. Now imagine the apple & cinnamon strudel flavours in a cocktail, available from Living Space.
Look to The Beach Hut's comforting (yet refreshing) Martini cocktail to keep you cosy through the cold months.
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