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Scott Mann urges post-Brexit protections

Each to their own, but I do find it a tad bizarre when Brexiteers make a choice, then still try to retain some of the advantages of being in Europe. […]

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Budehaven has a new diner

Taken from the Budehaven website, it’s great to see there is a superb opportunity for school pupils to have decent meals providing a varied diet. The offerings at the Budehaven […]

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Friday shout outs…

As the high season draws to a close, I thought I’d try to start a weekly Friday shout out to shops and businesses I’ve used who have provided good service. If […]

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Sugar Smart September

From Devon Council website:   Local Sugar Smart teams across the South West are encouraging people to attempt the Sugar Smart September challenge and are providing support and tips throughout […]

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Cornish Charcuterie recalls another product

Cornish Charcuterie is extending the recall to also include their Westcountry Duck Confit in addition to pates and rillettes because of concerns over the company’s procedures in place to control […]

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Cornish Charcuterie product recall

This comes from the Food Standards Agency. Cornish Charcuterie is recalling various types of pates and rillettes because of concerns over the company’s procedures in place to control Clostridium botulinum. […]

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New deli section at Bellini’s

I know I go on quite a bit about how good Cafe Bellini’s is, but I truly believe the food and service are wonderful, and it is the closest place […]

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Fab Food in Bude

When visitors arrive, I tend to eat out more, so here’s a shout out for some lovely food had in Bude over the last couple of days. I appreciate my […]

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35 food is back with a bang!

As of Monday 10th July, Bar 35 has an extended menu, including Cornish cheese boards, locally-made quiches, fresh ploughmans and cream teas, as well as your favourite toasties, baguettes, and […]

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Local Lobster served at The Bank, Bude

BY Joanne Sands: Visited The Bank in Bude this weekend for a delicious meal of local Clovelly Lobster. Served whole with garlic butter or served in a seafood paella – […]

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Summer tea room opening on 19th July at Norton Barton Artisan Food Village

On the 19th July, the Tea Room at Norton Barton Artisan Food Village will be opening its doors for the summer. Home of award-winning food and drink producers Cornish Charcuterie, […]

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The Bush @ Morwenstow sold

Licensed property specialists, Stonesmith of Exeter, are delighted to have sold the free of tie leasehold interest of this attractive and charming Cornish inn, with its own grounds of approximately […]

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My scone doesn’t know which bit of the Tamar to sit in!

OK, Bude, I need your help. It’s a sticky little issue of how to make a scone look like they do in the pictures. You know, those neat, lush looking […]

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Michelin starred chef inspires Budehaven students

What a wonderful opportunity for Budehaven’s catering students last week to see Michelin-starred chef, Peter Gorton, in action in their school. The Master Chef joined Head Chef of the Falcon, […]

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The Great Cornish Cake Book

Do you have a favourite cake? Perhaps it’s one your Mum always used to make. Cornish charity Cornwall Hospice Care has discovered that behind every scrumptious recipe there’s a story […]

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