There is a restaurant and tea-rooms on the Farm too, serving up delicious local produce, and a Farm Shop.
One of the oldest inns in Cornwall, Victoria Inn is in the coastal village of Perranuthnoe. The food and wine is award-winning and there is an excellent choice of food. The combination of a mild climate and good soil make Cornwall a great place to grow grapes. Camel Valley owners Bob and Annie Lindo planted their first eight thousand vines in and never dreamed of the success that has followed, with their wines winning numerous awards.
You can have a guided tour of the Vineyard, which finishes with the opportunity to try some bottles. You can purchase your favourites in the Camel Valley Shop afterwards.
The restaurant is still immensely popular with both locals and tourists. The tasting menu offers a whole range of Italian dishes using Cornish produce. It is less than a mile and half from Newquay, and is a world away from the bustling town centre. The Taphouse has it all — with great food, drink and music. Yeast-raised whole wheat crumpets are like slightly denser, sweeter English muffins.
Slowly cooked on a griddle in ring-shaped metal forms, they're great served warm and soft or allowed to cool for a more crusty texture. Serve them sliced and toasted with your choice of toppings. By webmonkey. Christa's Cucumber Basil Tea Sandwiches. Delicate and savory little rounds of rye bread hold a creamy layer of cream cheese and chives, a couple of slices of cucumber, and a fresh basil leaf for the lightest, easiest tea sandwiches. By christaann. Congresbury Ginger Shortcake. This biscuit-like shortcake is topped with a sweet ginger glaze.
By Jay. Classic Bangers and Mash. Classic British pub fare, this hearty main dish combines creamy potatoes, crunchy onions, smooth gravy, and yummy sausages!!
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By Amystar English Flapjack. An English recipe. Brown sugar and oat cakes with raisins. Very easy to make, and very delicious. Good for lunch-boxes too. Sky High Yorkshire Pudding. Here is recipe I came up with while cooking roast beef dinner. These Yorkies stay tall and have a perfect hollow centre for lots of yummy gravy.
By Ronismom. Joy's Prizewinning Trifle. Cake and a pudding, sour cream, whipped topping fluff layered with pineapple, banana, kiwi, and strawberries. By Joy V. Quick and Easy Yorkshire Pudding. Just eggs, milk and flour, baked in muffin cups with melted butter -- a dozen easy Yorkshire puddings.
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Chef John's Chicken Tikka Masala. It requires a few ingredients and a little time, but Chef John's recipe for chicken tikka masala is well worth the effort. English Royalty Chocolate Chip Scones. These scrumptious scones will make you feel like you're Queen for a day! The chocolate chips make them very tasty but the orange juice makes them special.
Make sure butter is well chilled to produce the flakiest texture possible. Serve with clotted cream or lemon curd. Proper English Cottage Pie. For this savory pie, ground beef, onions, veggies, herbs and spices marry perfectly: Everything is sauteed together and then combined with broth and tomato paste, and simmered until ready to pour into a prepared pie crust.
The hearty filling is then topped with fluffy mashed potatoes, sprinkled with Cheddar cheese, and baked. This beautiful dessert with a wonderful Cornish twist can be served with or without a jus or cream. Roughly chop all the trivet vegetables leaving all the skins on as this adds flavour then scatter them with the thyme and bay into a high-sided oven tray. Place the pork belly on top of the vegetables then cover everything with the cider and chicken stock.
Cover the whole tin with greaseproof paper and then again with tin foil. Place in the preheated oven for 4 hours or until tender.
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Once the pork belly is cooked, leave it to rest while you assemble the dish. To get a cleaner cut, you can press the belly between two baking trays with a weight on top while it cools. Place the baking potatoes in the oven and cook until just underdone. Scoop the flesh out of the skins and grate the potatoes while still warm. Grill the bacon until crisp, chop into small pieces and add to the grated potato. Finally dice the shallot then gently fry in oil. Add the chopped sage, then combine the shallot mixture with the potato mixture. Mould the hash to your desired shape, and warm through if needed when ready to plate.
Pan fry the duck eggs and then portion the pork. Sit the belly alongside the hash on the plate, top with a fried duck egg, then add a spoonful of chutney and a bunch of fresh watercress to finish. Wash the potatoes in warm water to remove excess dirt and loose skin. Fill a saucepan with fresh cold water, add a pinch of salt and put the potatoes in.
Bring to the boil then simmer gently until cooked through. If the potatoes are done they will slide easily off a knife. Drain and add 20g of the butter and a pinch of salt to the pan, then cover with foil and or a lid to keep hot until needed. Lay the lemon sole fillets flat on a chopping board skin side down and season lightly with salt.
Roll each one up, but not too tightly to ensure even cooking. Lightly grease a flat baking tray with 10g of soft butter and place the fillets and grapes on it.
Bake in the oven for 5 minutes. Place a griddle pan on the stove and let it heat for about 2 minutes. Season the liver with a little vegetable oil and salt then cook for approximately 1 minute on each side. Remove from the heat and allow the meat to rest.
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Put the lemon juice and the saffron into a small saucepan, gently heat and then stir in the remaining 80g of butter. Add a good pinch of salt and set aside. Heat a small frying pan and add the vegetable oil. Place the spinach in the pan with a pinch of salt and lightly toss until wilted.
Remove and drain off any excess water.