For an edible leaf with the name of “beet blush,” this gorgeous crop sure isn’t shy. Grown at The Chef’s Garden in the dark, literally speaking, the result is a shiny, golden leaf with striking veins of red running through the middle.
Regenerative farming celebrates the circle of life.
Farmer Lee shares how, at The Chef’s Garden, we honor the growing practices of those who cared for the land before us while taking the best possible care of the soil today to leave the land in even better shape for the future.
From green to purple to hues of gold, snow peas add visual appeal to dishes while offering up fresh pea flavor and a crisp yet tender texture. Possibilities for the delectable snow pea are limited only by your imagination—with our creative chefs having endless supplies of innovation and artistry.
Our licorice lace offers up a sweet, anise-like flavor that’s similar to Liquorice Allsorts. This kind of candy—meaning, the Liquorice Allsorts—became popular in England as far back as the late 19th century, allegedly when a salesperson tripped and mixed a variety of sweets together. The client loved them, and a new kind of candy was born.
Sweet Alyssum is, as the name suggests, an edible flower with a sweet flavor and scent. It also comes with a touch of anise/peppery flavoring. When left to grow wild, it creates a wonderful carpet-like effect—which explains its secondary name: carpet flowers.