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Where to Find Commonly Foraged Plants

Picking commonly foraged plants

Where to Find Commonly Foraged Plants? Around the UK and Cornwall you will stumble across many plants that can be foraged. Whether that’s in the garden, woodlands, coast paths or the city streets. Plants pop up everywhere and whilst there are some that need to be avoided, there are a real selection that can add

Foraging in January in Cornwall

Hawthorn Berry in Cornwall in January

Foraging in January in Cornwall – With 2022 out of the way, we’re focussed on what’s ahead for our 2023 season. Putting on your walking boots or wellies in the rainy January weather is never overly pleasant but taking in the fresh air whilst walking through the woods, across the moors or sandy beaches is


Christmas Sides

Wild sides for Christmas – One of our favourite myths to bust is that there is no wild food to be found in the countryside during the winter months, and we are here to prove to you that this just isn’t the case! There is no better excuse to showcase the bounty of the land

Christmas Cheeseboard to please a Modern Crowd

Christmas Cheeseboard Accompaniment

With Christmas just around the corner this is the perfect moment to start thinking about what can be bought, gathered and baked ahead of time to take a little of the pressure of The Big Day. At Wild Cornwall we are fanatical about cheese and love turning our attention to the perfect accompaniments for the

Wild Cornwall packs up award-winning sauces and head to London show

Speciality & Fine Food Fair

Luxury foraged food producers Wild Cornwall have set off for the Specialty and Fine Food Fair to meet with trade buyers Harrods, Selfridges and Fortnum and Mason. Wild Cornwall have taken their home county by storm since their launch in March of this year and are now commencing an aggressive expansion into London and beyond.

Championship Accolades for New Wild Food Brand

Earlier this month innovative new wild food brand Wild Cornwall took the Taste of The West awards by storm as they were crowned champion in class for their latest hero product, Rose and Strawberry Red Wine Vinegar. Born out of a passion for foraging and introducing people to unusual, heritage plants, Wild Cornwall is on a mission

Oil Collection

Situated on an oil crop farm, Wild Cornwall has plenty of oil to play with. Fields and fields of Sunflowers grow here each year, which are eventually harvested and pressed for oil. Some of it get used for @trelonkwellbeing’s carrier oils and topical oil blends, and the rest gets used for Wild Cornwall recipes. Our

Traditional Cornish Food

Cornish Cream Tea

Foods to Look out for in Cornwall   In Cornwall there are many food traditions we like to parade throughout the year. I would assume that when you think of Cornish food you immediately think of pasties, this is not incorrect, but we’re more than just a pasty.   Cream Tea Often disputed to be

Coastal Foraging

coast path

Tiny little England is surrounded by sea, and nowhere in the UK are you more aware of it than in Cornwall. These miles and miles of relatively unspoilt coastline provide rich pickings for the keen forager. Here are our favourite wild foods from the seaside that can be found in the springtime. Sea beet –

July’s Best Dressed (Salads)


What’s hot and what’s not in the world of dressing (salads)… Worst Salad crimes: boring, wilty, unimaginatively dressed. Top Salad goals: textural, filling, popping with flavour.   The best dressings of 2022   Rose and Strawberry Red Wine Vinegar Dressing  This aromatic delight will take your salads to a whole new level with delicate rose