"Gourmet Cornwall" celebrates the superb food and drink of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly; the dedicated men and women who produce it, and the chefs who create some of the finest contemporary dishes. This is the first in-depth study of regional food in Britain today: real food, with real taste. It is for foodlovers everywhere.
In May 2006 Carol Trewin was shortlisted by the Guild of Food Writers for their Michael Smith Award for Work on British Food 2006 for Gourmet Cornwall. She is Food Editor of the Western Morning News, was editor of Radio 4's Farming Today and has worked for BBC Radio 4's Food Programme, Woman's Hour and the BBC World Service. Other farming, food and environmental programmes that she has produced include On Your Farm, Costing the Earth, Walston Goes Walkabout, and Over the Counter. She was Farming Editor of the Western Morning News, and later joined the regional food group Taste of the West, to set up and run a GBP3 million food and drink project in Cornwall. She writes on farming, food and the countryside for many publications, including Food Illustrated, The Field, British Farmer and Grower, Inside Cornwall, food and Devon Today. In 1999 she was elected an Associate of the Royal Agricultural Societies. Adam Woolfitt has been a photographer most of his life, and contributed to the National Geographic and other leading magazines for 30 years. He writes on digital photography for the British Journal of Photography, Image Magazine, and Photo District News in New York. He was Chairman of, and on the Council of, the Association of Photographers, and is an Honorary Fellow of the British Institute of Professional Photographers.