The Urban Guide to the Countryside
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Category: supper club

Muddy eats: Philleigh Way wood-fired sessions

15 Jul 2016

Mr MC and I ventured out into the beautiful Roseland Peninsular last night (Thursday). We tried out one of the Philleigh Way Cookery School wood-fired sessions I’ve been banging on about in the Muddy guides over the last few weeks. These events sell out quick, so read on, then book your places pronto – there are many woodfired sessions planned over the summer. We were these for a Pysk (fish) night, but they also do Best (authentic Argentinian Asado) and Krogen (shellfish) so something for all tastes.

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What’s on guide: Thurs 14 – Wed 20 July

14 Jul 2016

Pysk woodfired session, Philleigh Way Cookery School, Truro Thurs 14 July

Pysk evenings celebrate fresh Cornish fish cooked on the wood grill or in the wood oven over oak sourced from Philleighs own sustainable woodland.  Within the ticket price guests can expect seasonal canapes to enjoy around the fire pit, diners will then be seated and served sharing boards of fish cakes with sorrel, hot smoked trout with asparagus and soft hen eggs, soused sardines with fennel, carrot and granita, potted smoked mackerel, red onion jam and salted sourdough toast.

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What’s on guide Thurs 7 – Wed 13 Apr

7 Apr 2016

Oliver! Minack Theatre, Porthcurno Thurs 7 Apr

One of the most successful British musicals of all time comes to Cornwalls most stunning theatre.  With a sensational score that includes such classics as ‘Food Glorious Food’, ‘As Long As He Needs Me’, ‘Where Is Love?’ and ‘Consider Ourselves’, this is the perfect family musical singalong.

£9-11.50 (adult) £5-6 (child) 2pm and 7:30pm  The Minack Theatre, Porthcurno, Penzance TR19 6JU T: 01736 810181


Flambards Bush Tucker Trials, Helston Fri 8 Apr

Round of your holiday with Helstons answer to I’m a celeb – Join Ferdie the Fox at Flambard’s very own Bush Tucker Trial – are you brave enough to eat a barbequed bamboo worm?  

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From Tokyo to Truro: new Japanese supper club pop-up

28 Feb 2016

Truro has more than enough to satisfy the average foodie, with established restaurants, eateries and a popular pop-up street food festival circuit – you really are spoilt for choice. But those of you who, like me, yearn for something unique and a little exotic in the region, will love the fact that Truro can now add authentic Japanese cuisine to its list of virtues.

Enter Naoko Kashiwagia – Japanese super chef! Naoko started her own cooking classes from her home kitchen in Tokyo around 2012.

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