Traditional Cornish ginger biscuit, "Fairing" was originally a term for an edible treat sold at fairs.
In Cornwall, a cream tea was traditionally served with 'Cornish Splits' rather than scones.
A delicious light-textured fruit pudding originating from Helston in Cornwall and traditionally served on 'Furry Dance' day in May. It can be used as a light alternative to Christmas Pudding.
Hevva Cake is named after the Huers who would cry out "Hevva, Hevva!" when fish were spotted. The criss-cross pattern on top of the cake is said to represent the fishing nets.