I’ve been feasting on…
Duck eggs en cocotte. An admittedly fiddly upgrade on a boiled egg breakfast, cooked with wine, mushrooms and, crucially, about a tonne of Le Gruyère cheese. Check out the recipe on Duck and Waffle’s website.
Glen Mutel, editor
I dined at…
The North Fork Table & Inn in Southold, New York. Long Island’s food scene is blossoming at the moment, and here they make the most of local produce. A starter of spring radishes with buttermilk and chive was the highlight — beautifully simple but incredibly flavoursome.
Nicola Trup, deputy editor
Top 3 Cornish treats in Porthleven
1 // Roskilly’s ice cream
Fancy wild cherry, blackberry crumble or raspberry yoghurt? Nauti but Ice has them all.
2 // Wood-fired pizza
At The Corner Deli. Also try the local cheeses and charcuterie.
3 // Fudge
The Hand Cut Cornish Fudge kiosk has over 50 flavours, including lemon meringue.
Maria Pieri, editorial director
What do you put on your burger?
A mountain of fresh guacamole. I mix avocado, coriander, lime, red onion and sweet cherry tomatoes to make a zingy topping for crispy black bean burgers. Stephanie Cavagnaro, contributing editor
A spicy, smoky chipotle mayo. I make my own, mixing a spoonful of chipotle paste into good quality mayo. Alternatively, a swirl of harissa does the trick too. Connor McGovern, contributing editor
Published in Issue 2 of National Geographic Traveller Food.