We can all help our oceans by making well informed decisions when choosing seafood. Look for Cornish seafood labelled with our recommended symbol. Here are a few species from our recommended seafood list.
This is an incredible way to cook fresh Cornish mackerel fillets. Its far more simple than you would expect to smoke your own mackerel. Catch your own or buy from your local fishmonger or direct from a fisherman bu always ask for Cornish, line caught mackerel!
A classic French recipe that makes the most of delicious, sustainable Cornish farmed mussels.
An exquisite Japanese recipe which combines flamed Cornish lobster with a Yakitori marinade, and an intense citrus Ponzu mayonnaise. This recipe by award winning Chef Guy Owen, is a special treat that takes time to prepare but will not fail to impress and makes the most of fantastic, sustainable Cornish pot caught lobster.
Port: St Ives
Aiden is a young St Ives fisherman that uses nets, pots and handlines to catch a range of fresh fish and shellfish. He is a part of the St Ives Fish Selling Co-op.Read more
Our winter ratings review is out- There have been changesRead more
The winter ratings review consultation is now open - this is a call for information that may affect the proposed changes to ratingsRead more
Squid fishing has long been known as a 'Black Art', with their mystical tendencies of attacking jigs in sudden bouts and then disappearing as quickly as they appeared. In Cornwall squid can be a prized catch for our smaller, inshore handlining fleet, with the price per kg remaining relatively stable over the short period of time they are able to be caught in inshore waters. But what do we know about squid? Our new Fisheries Liaison Sarah investigates.Read more