If you've ever wondered about the gardens of the workld's leading restaurants and the creative recepies they've inspired, then this will be a real treat!
Many chefs treat their gardens as an extension of their restaurant kitchen, as getting the right ingredients is so important.
From large gardens with fruit trees and rows of vegetables to small city rooftops for key herbs and spices, kitchen gardens are fertile providers of inspiration as well as ingredients.
The Garden Chef showcases stories and recipies from kitchen gardens of 40 of the world's top chefs, both new and established. In conjunction with beautiful imagery from both kitchen and garden, this book provides both an insight and a starting-point for inspiration into how the garden-kitchen relationship can work and be explored.