At Seasalt HQ we all have a bit of a chocolate and cake addiction so we thought we’d mix the two together and share with you a delicious recipe for chocolate brownies that have a little twist of Cornish sea salt to make them a little different and extra tasty – plus it goes with our name so we couldn’t resist a little baking session! Highly recommended served warm with a big dollop of Cornish clotted cream….
If you fancy some tasty drinks for the school hols or wowing your guests at your next barbeque then you need to enter our competition this Friday!
It might have been raining for most of the summer, but Peter from our accounts department has still managed to get out and about for a bit of foraging. Here’s his recipe for elderflower cordial.
Our bake off in aid of the Fisherman’s Mission has gone swimmingly! A veritable cakey shoal of fishy themed cakes all in the name of charity – and a jolly good excuse to chow down on sponge over a cup of tea.
The Annual Fowey Mussel Festival takes place this weekend (23/24 June), which mean’s two whole days dedicated to this humble little mollusc, with everything from cooking demos, chef spotlights through to music and beer. If you can’t make it, worry not, here’s our little recipe to some right fresh mussels, direct from a beach and cooked in the open air on a barbecue.
The sun doesn’t have his hat on, but we’re not going to let that bother us. We’ve got our raincoats, wellingtons and shorts on. And the barbecue is on, but what shall we put on it? We did some critical research at Seasalt HQ in preparation for a weekend of staunchly British outdoor cooking. Here are our best recipes…
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Gordon Mackfall (above) isn’t just the dad of our assistant accessory designer, Lottie. He’s also the owner of Mariners fish and chip shop in Penryn and the regular supplier of many a finely fried Friday lunches to the team at Seasalt HQ. Fish connoisseur as he is, we tapped him for his best crab recipe and this is what he gave us – delicious!
What could be better than sweet, fresh spuds after a winter of dwindling local veg supplies? Not much, and down here in the West Country we’re extra lucky as we’re home to the very first crop of new potatoes in the UK.
Now a bowl of steaming tatties with just a dollop of butter and dash of seasoning is pretty divine, but I’m a huge sucker for a good potato salad, so here’s my tried and tested, and potentially perfect, potato salad recipe.