We are always serving warm vegetable salads in the restaurant. They are constantly changing depending on the time of year and availability of ingredients. It is vital that you use the freshest and best quality vegetables you can get your hands on. Although this dish looks fairly simple, there are a number of elements to it which makes it a slightly challenging dish to bring together.
You can either use this recipe to stuff your turkey or cook in a shallow dish on its own. It will work well both ways. As always, use the best quality ingredients you can get hold of. We use rare breed Gloucester Old Spot pork from our friends at Primrose Herd.
This fish dish by Scott and Babs at Woodfired Food in Mawgan Porth is great for sharing – and you can dunk fresh bread into all the tasty juices. Give it a try at the weekend; it’s the perfect dish for when you have friends and family around. Here’s how to make a whole roast sea bass with orange, bay leaves, pink grapefruit and fennel. Read More
Cornish fairings are sweet and spicy ginger biscuits that have been enjoyed in Cornwall for over a century and are a firm favourite with coffee at the Scarlet. Fairing used to be the name for any edible treat bought at a fair and the Cornish version became famous in Victorian times.