Eat cake… a great way to chase away these grey January days….

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Seasonal Greetings….

December 22, 2015
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Full Moon…

December 16, 2015

Following on from our last blog post ‘Tides are crucial…‘  let’s talk a little about the next full moon, which just happens to fall this month on Friday 25th December 2015… yes that’s right it’s a full moon on Christmas Day.  Just three days after Winter Solstice, which is the shortest day of the year […]

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Tides are crucial…

November 18, 2015

Tides are crucial to everything that we do here at Real Staithes, be it aboard our Charter Angling boat ‘All My Sons’ or a day on the foreshore hunting for fossils or foraging for your lunch. You can listen to Sean talking to Kevin Rushby of The Guardian about tides here… We run our ‘low […]

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October 12, 2015

  flaked smoked or cooked mackerel – 200g mackerel / 100g butter butter – unsalted cayenne pepper ground mace lemon juice black pepper heat tablespoon butter per 100gms used in pan add cayenne, mace & black peppers add mackerel when butters is hot – stir until fish is hot BUT do not brown pack fish […]

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The Big Draw – 2015

October 2, 2015
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April 1, 2015

The definition of the word ‘memory‘, according to The Oxford English Dictionary… “The faculty by which the mind stores and remembers information”. The definition of the word ‘memories‘, according to people who have spent a day with us here at Real Staithes… Why not join us for a day of fun here on the edge […]

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March 20, 2015

Nothing can beat a piece ( or two.. ) of home-made cake… Shown in the picture are two of our favourites a fruit cake, which we serve with cheese and a lemon cake with lemon sugar topping. The fruit cake is made the way Tricia’s Grandmother made them.   The dried fruit is added to a […]

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A day at sea

June 22, 2014

An amazing day at sea today (Sunday 22nd June) first up spotted a very large male Bottle Nosed Dolphin traveling at speed. We saw lots of Manx Shearwaters the most so far this year. Finally, a lone Storm Petrel, unfortunately it was being badly harassed by both Herring and Black Back Gulls, let’s hope it […]

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