Since moving back to Cornwall, one of our favourite things at the weekend has been sampling some of the amazing food that seems to be being served up at the end of every hedgerow.
Here's a few of the foodie favourites that we've enjoyed since moving back to Cornwall.
Inkies Somkehouse // Golitha Falls // Cornwall
It was a misty late spring morning when we drove over Bodmin Moor in search of waterfalls but came across much much more as the sweet smell of BBQ teased our tatsebuds as we pulled into the car park at Golitha Falls.
A family run smokehouse that serves burgers the size of your head and shakes as smooth as the eddies rolling over the rocks in the River Fowey which runs next to the site.
All of their food is cooked using a unique process that creates what’s known as a “Smoke Ring” which develops along the outside of the meat and around the bones in their products. We always like to think it's our little secret but with food that good, we can't see how it can stay secret for much longer.
Coombeshead Farm // Lewannick // Cornwall
There's not much to write that's not already been written about Coombeshead Farm. The food that Tom Adams and the team dream up is mouthwateringly marvelous as you would expect.
Our first visit was for their Mid-summer feast (pictured above) which exceeded our already high expectations. We've been a couple of times and keep coming back, not just for the food but the company and welcome the whole team there give you make it a truly special place.
The Market // Crantock // Cornwall
Normally on the first Saturday of every month, Crantock Village Hall transforms itself into a treasure trove of some of the best food and craft Cornwall has to over.
We always find ourselves going back again and again to meet new producers like @onefieldfarm, @sunsetbrewing, @cornishchillies, @thecornishlarder, @rosabelles_baking and @doughnut_addiction and tuck into some mighty fine food and drink (our latest haul pictured above).