In this new series Rick Stein reveals the Cornwall that he knows and loves: a unique part of the British isles with a strong sense of identity and a history rooted in its Celtic past.
With his famous natural inquisitiveness, Rick shares the road less travelled – championing the food, history, music, art and culture of the county many locals argue should be a country in its own right.

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Rick Stein’s Cornwall episode 30

Rick Stein's Cornwall episode 30: In the final episode, Rick visits the Rame Peninsula. Far from the traditional tourist track, this part of Cornwall is famed for its cliffs and beaches. Rick also meets a beachcomber who has found some remarkable objects washed up on the shore. In mining country, Rick explores the history of the Cornish pasty and shows us how to cook them the proper Cornish way.     In this new series Rick Stein reveals the Cornwall…

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Rick Stein's Cornwall episode 29: In Newlyn, he meets two entrepreneur chefs who cook mackerel to perfection. In the town of Looe, Rick learns about a time when the Cornish were taken as slaves by North African pirates. He joins one of the last fishing boats in St Mawes and uses the catch of lemon sole to make a warm, delicious salad.     In this new series Rick Stein reveals the Cornwall that he knows and loves: a unique…

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Rick Stein's Cornwall episode 28: On the banks of the River Tamar, Rick visits a little-known mausoleum with a rather macabre story. On the wild Atlantic coast, near Bedruthan Steps, he meets fellow chef Emily Scott, who recreates the meal she cooked for President Joe Biden during the recent G7 summit. And Rick takes to the waves with an inspirational organisation who offer therapy using the power of surfing.     In this new series Rick Stein reveals the Cornwall…

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Rick Stein’s Cornwall episode 27

Rick Stein's Cornwall episode 27: Following in the footsteps of Turner, one of Britain’s most loved artists, Rick discovers how much the Cornish landscape influenced his work. At Newlyn Fish Market, Rick counts in the daily catch with the head auctioneer, who tells him how the market has adapted to modern times. Surrounded by beautifully fresh fish, Rick takes away some monkfish and fires up his BBQ to make a grillade of monkfish with roasted red pepper sauce. At Caerhays…

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Rick Stein’s Cornwall episode 26

Rick Stein's Cornwall episode 26: Rick joins a team diving for razor clams, which he takes back to the kitchen to make a quick but tasty dish of grilled shangurro clams. At the end of Newlyn Pier, Rick visits a scruffy little hut that until recently played a huge part in determining the height of everything around us. And in the Penlee Museum, Rick is shown some of the beautiful items made a century ago by fishermen using Cornish copper…

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