Cornish Classics for Scilly Summers

Cornwall feels very different from the rest of England and its people are fiercely independent – and the same can be said of the Isles of Scilly, just 28 miles off Cornwall’s Westernmost tip – home to our very own Karma St. Martin’s. The Cornish are also very proud of some of their iconic, homegrown foodstuffs. Chief among these is surely the legendary Cornish pasty – a thick shortcrust pastry pocket filled with a rich blend of meats and vegetables, with a distinctive ridge. The latter once served a specific purpose – so that miners could easily clutch their lunch without getting dust all over it!

Coming in a close second is Cornish ice cream whose incredible creaminess is thanks in no small part to the Cornwall cows and a fondness for deliciously rich clotted cream. Both date back as far as the 13th century, so they’ve had a long time to get them just right! You’ll find both easily available during your stay at Karma St Martin’s in the Isles of Scilly.

Butter Cream
Cornish Ice Cream

Take me to the Isles of Scilly

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  1. A cornish pasty was meat,potatoes and turip. And at one end was a savoury treat. The end pieces were left for the pixies. ( probably eaten by the rats)

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