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Boris Johnson invites Biden, Macron and Merkel to barbie on beach in Cornwall

World leaders together with Joe Biden, Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel have been invited to a barbecue on the beach with Boris Johnson throughout their keep in Cornwall for the G7 summit.

The leaders – extra used to wonderful eating and banquets on their journeys overseas – shall be served native delicacies on the sands of Carbis Bay on Saturday by chef Simon Stallard of the Hidden Hut, whose common gig is in a takeaway shack on the beach at close by Portscatho.

On the menu are scallops, Curgurrell crab claws and Portscatho mackerel, adopted by seared and smokey Moorland sirloin beef, Newlyn lobster and scorched leeks served with sides of layered Cornish potato chips, St Just purple sprouting broccoli and salt-baked beetroot.

After a dessert of beach hut sundae, the leaders shall be supplied baked Brie, sizzling buttered rum and toasted marshmallows round firepits on the beach.

Local beers and Cornish glowing wine and a “hedgerow fizz” cocktail shall be served alongside German and Australian wines.

Like any barbie hosts, Mr Johnson and spouse Carrie shall be anxiously scanning the skies for indicators of rain, after unhealthy climate scuppered a deliberate journey to St Michael’s Mount on Thursday. Latest forecasts counsel they’ll hope for a balmy night in Cornwall on Saturday.

On Friday night time they may get pleasure from extra typical culinary treats in the spectacular setting of the Eden Project, with wonderful eating utilizing native components cooked by chef Emily Scott from Newquay’s Watergate Bay Hotel.

The leaders may have a reception with the Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge forward of their dinner, and will focus on sustainability with Prince Charles. But the monarch will depart earlier than the G7 delegations sit down to eat.

After a starter of spiced melon gazpacho, the world leaders will eat turbot roasted on the bone, caught off the Cornish coast by a fisherman from Newquay, with Cornish new potatoes and wild garlic pesto, with a facet of greens from a Padstow kitchen backyard.

The cheese board shall be made up of Cornish-produced gouda, yarg and Helford blue and shall be adopted by a strawberry pavlova dessert.

A remaining west nation flavour shall be delivered in the type of petit fours of clotted-cream fudge and a mini clotted-cream ice cream cone with chocolate Earl Grey truffles.

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