A Scotch Egg For A Sunny Day

Black Pudding and Chorizo Scotch Egg

Black Pudding and Chorizo Scotch Egg With Spring here, picnic season is upon us, and we think 2022 is the year we up our picnic game. We’re kicking off the picnic series with a twist on the staple scotch egg, with our Black Pudding and Chorizo Scotch Egg. Rich, BBQ meaty goodness, comes together with

Chocolate and Chestnut Forager’s Gateaux

Chocolate and Chestnut Gateaux

The Chocolate and Chestnut Gateaux is a rich and decadent cake, one to impress your afternoon tea guests or for your next celebration. This cake is a firm favourite here at Wild Cornwall HQ, with hints of vanilla in the chestnut jam, and the chestnut flour adding a sweet, earthy, and a slightly smoky flavour

January Cheesy Wild Garlic Scones

Garlic and Cheese Scones

Wild Garlic and Cheese Scones. A warming and hearty dish to see you through February. January Diary from Anna Its been a strange winter down here in Cornwall this year, in that I feel like it never really hit. We have had warm afternoons, gentle breezes and sunshine more often than not. It hasn’t even

Pine Needle Syrup by Anna

Ingredients: – 4 cups fresh pine spruce needles – 8 cups water – 2 cup sugar Directions: Heat the water and sugar together and stir until dissolved. Remove from the heat. Add the pine needles and let cool. The syrup will keep in the fridge for about a month and can be used to make

“Dirty” Wild Martini’s

1. Fill up your cocktail shaker with ice – add your Gin, Vermouth & brine! 2.  DO NOT SHAKE – Despite what James Bond says! 3. Leave to infuse for 30 seconds or more. 4. Strain off and pour into a chilled martini glass and garnish with as many foraged delights as you can find!