Episode 7

Published on:

2nd May 2020

Richard Sharp discusses St Anthony's Noyse, and another tasty recipe to try out

Welcome to episode 7 of the Roseland Podcast 

I’m Chloe, your host, and this week on the podcast we’ve got :

  • An interview with Richard Sharp from St Anthony’s Noyse
  • Another great recipe from Tregony’s Jenny Deal

If this is the first episode you’re listening to you can find and listen to the podcast at Roselandpodcast.com, on iTunes/Apple Podcast, on Spotify and all other podcast apps.

VE Day 75th Anniversary 

The 8th May is the 75th Anniversary of VE Day, next week our episode will be all about VE Day and how the war impacted the Roseland. We’ve a host of guests with fascinating stories to share - so do tune in, I bet you’ll learn something about the area you didn’t know!

Might make a nice homeschooling activity too!

That’s going live on 9th May - so please do have a listen.

Recipe time!

After several weeks now at home I imagine even those of us who love pottering around the kitchen might be running out inspiration - so we’re going to be bringing you some simple, tasty recipe ideas on the show.

This week we have another from Jenny Deal from Tregony and it’s her own recipe for “Fruity Potato Cakes”

  • 125gr. Mashed potatoes
  • 75 gr. SR flour with 1⁄2 tsp. Baking powder
  • 25 gr. Margarine
  • 25 gr. Sugar
  • 1 tbs. Marmalade
  • 25 gr. Dried fruit

Rub marg into flour and potato, add sugar, marmalade and fruit. 

Knead lightly and form into a round on a floured board. 

Pat out to about 1 cm thick and cut into rounds. 

Grease a heavy frying pan and when hot cook the rounds of dough for 2 minutes each side. 

Then lower the heat and cook gently for a further 5 or 6 minutes. 

When cooked, sprinkle with a mixture of sugar and mixed spice or cinnamon. 

Slice and butter.

Another super tasty recipe there - do check out the Lockdown Pudding recipe we had last episode, another corker!

If you have a recipe you’d like to share please get in touch via roselandpodcast@gmail.com. You can read it yourself OR we can read it out for you.

Interview time!

Lindsey and I are keen to help publicise the many groups and clubs that are usually happening on the Roseland to remind us all of all the stuff we can get involved with once lockdown is over - maybe it’ll be time to try something new!

So far we’ve mainly covered sport - so it’s great to be able to get a bit more cerebral this week, and talk music.


St Anthony's Noyse contact details:

Richard and Suki Sharp

01872 580512 rands9@btopenworld.com

Pam Carbis

01872 501339 pam@trenonafarmholidays.co.uk 

Lindsey and I are always on the hunt for more people to interview - so if you’d like to come on the show and talk about your group, your hobbies, your job, tips you’ve got for coping with lockdown - we’re interested.

The first step is to drop us an email to roselandpodcast@gmail.com with your ideas and any questions you’ve got.

Everything is recorded in advance - so we can edit lots!

You don’t even have to be willing to come on the show - if you have a recipe for a great drink, or meal, or a great tip please just email it in and we can read it out for you.

I hope this will help us all feel a little less alone, and connected to our wonderful community.

If you want to make sure you hear the rest of the shows then bookmark roselandpodcast.com, and look for us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or your usual podcast app and subscribe. 

Be kind and stay safe.

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About the Podcast

Roseland Podcast
Updates on services, art, culture, history, sport(!), to help us feel less isolated
An audio podcast to help the communities on the Roseland stay connected during these interesting times.

Hopefully including:
- updates on services (like takeaways and food deliveries) from local businesses
- chats with interesting local people about interesting things
- updates on what people are doing to help each other

I suspect it will evolve as the weeks roll by...

NOT a source of medical advice! or politics.

Aim is to help those living on the Roseland peninsula feel a little less isolated.
Roughly speaking that means St Mawes, St Just-in-Roseland, Gerrans & Portscatho, Philleigh & Treworthal, Ruan Lanihorne, Tregony, Veryan and Portloe and all the little villages and homes in-between.

Contact us via roselandpodcast@gmail.com

Be kind, stay safe.