From 1 September
All the latest news from Philleigh Way Cookery School on the Roseland Peninsula.
Foraging at Philleigh Way
Why not get out into the wild this autumn on a foraging course at Philleigh Way. Court Farm, home to Philleigh Way, offers a mixture of open pasture, ancient oak woodland and river estuary making it the perfect location to forage for edible plants and wild food. The course is fun and highly informative and is run by the hugely knowledgeable Matt Vernon of Cornish Wild Food. After the morning foraging session, you will be welcomed back to the Philleigh Way cookery school kitchen to dine on a three course menu inspired by wild and foraged food. Our head chef George Pascoe will also be on hand to discuss cookery tips and do a couple of wild food demonstrations.
Philleigh Way's popular Woodfired Sessions come to an end this month but there's still time to go along and enjoy either a 'Pysk' (fish) or 'Best' (beast) feast night. With food cooked in front of diners on Philleigh Way's huge Parrilla, in the wood oven and over the fire pit, these nights are a real spectacle and a great opportunity to get together with friends and family to enjoy some fantastic food.
Coming Soon to Philleigh Way – Jams, Pickles and Preserves.
On Saturday 1st October, Philleigh Way launches a new preserving course in conjunction with Cornish Meadow Preserves. Sarah Marsland of Cornish Meadow Preserves will provide students with expert tuition on the art of preserving and pickling. A real hands-on course, students will get to prepare their own jams, pickles and preserves using a variety of freshly picked seasonal fruit and vegetables which may include Kea plum jam, apple cheese, crab apple jelly and much more.