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    18 Things Everyone Must Eat In Cornwall

    The UK's most southerly county is hiding some stunning food.

    1. A pasty at Philps Cornish Pasty, Hayle

    2. The definitive Cornish seafood experience at Porthminster Beach Café

    3. Smoked salmon at The Gurnard's Head, between St Just and St Ives

    4. Crumpets from Truly Crumptious

    Lisa Hill / Via Facebook: truly.crumptious

    Enjoy the fluffiest, thickest home-made crumpets with your choice of sweet or savoury slatherings.

    Seek out the Truly Crumptious time-warp caravan at festivals all over the county. Find its next stop here

    5. Ice cream with a flake at Jelberts, Newlyn Harbour

    6. Anything on the menu at Fifteen Cornwall in Watergate Bay

    7. Coffee and cake on the Atlantic Highway from Strong Adolfo's at Wadebridge

    8. A legendary crab sandwich at the Krab Pot, Port Isaac

    9. Wood-fired pizza from Wild Bake

    Lewis and Clare Cole / Via Facebook: Wild-Bake

    Track down this travelling converted horse trailer/pizza oven. Check out the prized daily specials, such as this delicate shaved asparagus and proscuitto beauty.

    Find out where the wild things are stopping off here

    10. The signature sweet curry plate at Ben's Kitchen, Marazion

    11. Fish and chips at Rick Stein's, Padstow

    12. Spiced Pork Shoulder Slider from Craftworks Kitchen

    George Blomfield

    Locals love the spiced pork shoulder slider with apple slaw, cider BBQ sauce and blackened corn with chilli butter. Track down the travelling Craftworks Kitchen airstream trailer here.

    13. The Crayfish Boil at Rum and Crab Shack, St Ives

    14. Crispy whitebait and thickly buttered bread at the Polpeor Cafe, Helston

    15. The vegan Sunflower burger from Blas Burgerworks, St Ives

    16. Coffee and a warm pastry at Laid Back Coffee, Porth

    17. Spicy Laksa with Cornish seafood from Kota Kai, Porthleven

    18. Cream tea at the Headland Hotel, Newquay

    19. Jam doughnuts from Barnecutt's, Rock