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Follow the smoke signal

Make the most of the waning summer by heading to an al fresco banquet on a Cornish farm. The brainchild of West Country born-and-bred chef Benedict Quinn, Woodfired Kitchen’s Smokey Sundays are a series of pop-up communal feasts held in laid-back locations across the UK– with a particular focus on the southwest of England – which showcase local ingredients through the art of open-fire cooking. The next event takes place at Padstow Kitchen Garden, a four-acre estate on the north Cornish coast, renowned for the lovingly grown veg that it supplies to Rick Stein’s Padstow restaurant and other highly regarded eateries which have transformed this fishing village into one of Britain’s premier culinary destinations. For this cookout, Ben will collaborate with chef-turned-head gardener Ross Geach to create a seasonal spread, featuring dishes such as smoked padron peppers and Cornish beef charred over oakwood – not to mention fresh-off-the-boat seafood for which the area is famed. Guests can help pick the produce or simply lounge back and enjoy views of the fields rolling into the Camel estuary. This is farm-tofork in the most literal sense.

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