Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Newlyn fish on the menu @ Royal Cornwall Show.

VISITORS to next week's Royal Cornwall Show will be able to enjoy a seafood treat thanks to Cornwall Food and Drink.
The Great Cornish Fish marquee is a hotbed of culinary creativity, where show visitors can explore just what's so special about Cornish fish and discover why it has developed such a huge reputation throughout the world.
It will feature free seafood skills master class days from top chefs and fish experts, including The Scarlet's Tom Hunter, Padstow Seafood School's Mark Puckey, Fistral Beach Hotel's Ben Arthur (formerly of Fifteen Cornwall) and Annie Sibert of My Fish Kitchen.
Alongside, visitors can enjoy freshly-prepared Cornish seafood dishes to eat in or takeaway prepared by Big Pan Parties from Lanhydrock, and Newlyn-based fishermen and processors Dreckly Fish and Seafood & Eat It.
There will be plenty to keep little hands busy too, with free, fun, hands-on activities in the Starfish School, plus advice and guidance from the team behind Cornwall Wildlife Trust's newly-launched Cornwall Good Seafood Guide.
Ruth Huxley, director of Cornwall Food & Drink, said, "We know from research that Cornish seafood has become immensely popular, but it's a complex subject and many people are still mystified about what to buy and how to cook it.
"Our stand at Royal Cornwall this year is therefore a great chance for people to get to grips with seafood in a very relaxed environment, understanding how to prepare it, what varieties are native to Cornish waters, and most importantly, how crucial the fishing industry is to the Cornish community."
For master class timetables and more information, head to www.greatcornishfish.co.uk
Read more: http://www.cornishguardian.co.uk/Seafood-treat-offer-visitors-Royal-Cornwall/story-26602260-detail/story.html#ixzz3biFce9zt 

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