Safu, meaning surf in japenese, is a sushi fusion restaurant that has recently opened up in Newquay and its arrival has been welcomed with open arms. When we moved to Newquay in January I was gutted that Wagamamas had not found its way down here yet. Once we found out about Safu we couldn’t wait … Continue reading Safu – Restaurant Review
Growing up in the countryside, I have always been aware of the importance of supporting your local farmers, shops and any other business. I think this was first drilled into me by my Mum, but she is right. I really do believe that small businesses are vital to the success of a community. That realisation … Continue reading Why we buy local
I’ll admit it, I love a good cookie! Especially when they are tender but chewy with a slight crisp to the edge. Yum! As one of my favourite cooks, Ina Garten, said: It really is one of my guilty pleasures to get up early, before we have to prepare the guests breakfasts and watch an … Continue reading A cookie a day keeps the doctor away. . . Right?
I couldn’t write a blog about life in our Bed and Breakfast without doing a post on our boys, Buddy, who’s 5 (the Labrador) and Ralph, who’s 1 (the cocker). Both of them have settled in pretty quickly to life in a b&b and never turn down the opportunity to be spoilt by guests, or … Continue reading Introducing Buddy and Ralph
These brownies are kind of awesome. They take no time to throw together and they are so so delicious. The guests love them and they really don’t last long around here. The recipe is so simple and I mainly keep it to just a plain chocolate brownie but feel free to be adventurous. There are … Continue reading Our favourite chocolate brownies
What do you do when you have too many sausages? Make sausage rolls of course! The guests are always pleased to have a snack in the afternoon and although I usually do stick to the sweet treats, I have a whole load of sausages that need to be used. We are extremely lucky and have … Continue reading Sausage Rolls