bread making with baker tom

posted on April 27th, 2012 by Emma

A little while ago, I won Seasalt’s Big Bake Off, which was arranged in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Not only did the Bake off raise over £200 for the cause, I also ended up on a bread making course with Baker Tom himself!! Read the rest of this entry »

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just one week to go. gig world championships

posted on April 27th, 2012 by sian

Nankersy Rowing Club

With just one week to go until the 23rd World Pilot Gig Championships kicks off on Scilly, we’re getting a little bit excited. In order to whet the whistle here’s a lovely poem from Ken Cooper from Nankersey Rowing Club, written just after the 2011 event.
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cute kids we need you!

posted on April 25th, 2012 by sian

Kids Casting Poster

Ahoy! We’re on the lookout for cute kids to be the new face of Seasalt Nippers. If you have a nipper who is full of beans and happy being in front of the camera then let us know!

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wild garlic pesto recipe

posted on April 24th, 2012 by sian

wild garlic

I’m a huge pesto pasta fan, homemade that is. It’s tasty, easy to make and only uses one pan, which means I’ve cobbled together a bunch of variations on the theme. And this month, with the ransoms in full bloom it had to be a wild garlic recipe.
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blooming bells

posted on April 20th, 2012 by Emma

All the bluebells are blooming down here in Cornwall. Here’s our top 5 Southwest spots to see them, let us know your favourite places.

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posted on April 20th, 2012 by sian


port isaac crab with st enodoc asparagus recipe

posted on April 18th, 2012 by sian


It’s always good to see those lovely green spears of goodness start to poke their heads out of the ground, welcome back and hurray for the imminent asparagus season. To celebrate, Emily Scott of The Harbour Kitchen, Port Isaac, shares her favourite asparagus recipe with us.

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the world’s smallest football league

posted on April 17th, 2012 by sian

Here on the Isles of Scilly we have the world’s smallest football league! It’s made up of just two teams – The Garrison Gunners in red and The Woolpack Wanderers in blue – who play each other throughout the season and then go ‘on tour’ in West Cornwall in the Spring.

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cornish gardens – what to see where…

posted on April 13th, 2012 by Emma Raczkowski

Daffodils at Higher Tregarne near Penjerrick

Spring is fighting through in the West Country and to show its golden hand the meadows and fields are starting to turn a distinctly daffodil colour of yellow! But they’re not the only blooms poking their heads above the soil, here’s a quick guide to where you can catch some Cornish flora this weekend.
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top 5 dartmoor pubs

posted on April 12th, 2012 by rosie


Lots of us here at Seasalt HQ love a good hike across Dartmoor and after one of us spent some time up there last week we thought we’d share our top 5 favourite ‘after-hike’ pubs with you. Read the rest of this entry »