“Purple is . . . the most powerful wavelength of the rainbow – and it’s a color with a powerful history . . . purple symbolizes magic, mystery, spirituality, the sub-conscious, creativity, dignity, royalty – and it evokes all of these meanings more so than any other color.” (ColorMatters.com)
Maneet Chauhan has always been obsessed with food. From the time she was a small girl in eastern India, she was not only learning about the nuances of her nation's homeland alongside her mother, she was visiting her neighbors to cook in their kitchens too. She would tell them that her mother hadn't cooked her dinner in order to be granted a seat at their table in order to learn as much as she could about the intricate and wondrous cuisine of her homeland.
Crazy carrots have always existed in our fields at The Chef’s Garden. Their twisty loops and freeform curves deeming them imperfect for our chefs who are very specific about the size and shape they are looking for in their vegetables.
Chefs work long hours, including plenty of off hours as they arrive early in the morning to begin food prep or stay late at night providing meals to diners enjoying an evening out. And yet, 95 percent of people working in the culinary industry are also involved in charities. So, Elizabeth Andrew could be talking about chefs when she says they don’t have the time – but they do have the heart.
“Are you serious? Do you mean I can get those tiny beautiful vegetables delivered right to my front door?”
"Why do you feel the need to wake up in the morning; is there like a particular reason to do it? Why do I do what I do; I don't know. I don't know why as far as being creative; I mean look I suppose I was just born with a curious mind."