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A Postcard from Cornwall

Oh, hello there! Sorry, it’s been a bit quiet from this corner lately. I’ve been in Cornwall you see. Baking, eating clotted cream, cooking with clotted cream, and drinking Cornish cider, Cornish wine and, best of all, Cornish tea from Tregnothans.

I love Cornwall, it’s uncannily like Ireland with the sensibilities of California (there is all those surfers you see). The food is terrific, and local, in the main.

Here are some photographic highlights of a lovely weekend there. More soon.

Cornwall, February 2011

Watergate Bay

Cornwall, February 2011

Surfers at Watergate Bay

Cornwall, February 2011

Sunset... at Watergate Bay

Cornwall, February 2011

Bees and Deer at Tregothnan Estate Cornwall

Cornwall, February 2011

Cornish Cream Tea with Roddas Clotted Cream & Cornish Tregothnan Tea

Cornwall, February 2011

Darjelling Hill at Tregothnan, that there is TEA!

Cornwall, February 2011

Hot Cross Buns from Tom Herbert's Baking Course at Bedruthan Steps

Cornwall, February 2011

Making Sourdough Pancakes at Tom Herbert's Baking Course at Bedruthan Steps

Cornwall, February 2011

Cornish Cider, with a view

Cornwall, February 2011Squid at the Beach Hut, Watergate Bay
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I like food. I like to make food. Eat food. Photograph food. Write about food. Mainly in London but when I am lucky or organised further afield.

13 Comments

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  2. Was a lovely trip, glad the rest of your weekend went so well too.
    Am full of enthusiasm after Tom’s course!

  3. Gorgeous snaps Niamh. I think the banana tree at Tregothnan is on Darjeeling Hill (couldn’t remember name of it the other day) – so maybe you walked right past the Cornish ‘nanas!
    Oh and Watergate Bay is so beautiful – that endless sand and sky. Look fwd to more pics x

  4. gastrogeek says

    This looks dreamy, was just there with Diana Massey recently – really can’t wait to go back….

  5. peasepudding says

    I’m visiting Cornwall in May and your pics have got me excited about the surf and food! Have already booked into Jamies but can’t wait for clotted cream

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