One of the curious features of the feast was the food eaten at the celebration dinners. The most popular of the dishes you’d find there was limpet pie. Limpets are shellfish that are not usually eaten because of their rubbery texture. To make the pie, the limpets were boiled, slipped out of shells and then mixed with cooked apples and clotted cream. This mixture was then poured into a pie casing and cooked.
The feast also had a hurling game: a traditional football-style game that was very popular across Cornwall.