Chefs Differentiate with New, Bold Ingredients from The Chef’s Garden

Learn about Bold Ingredients: a new, whimsical collection of fluorescent vegetables and “greens” in our recently released Winter Menu Planning Guide.

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A dish from Chef Uwe Opocensky at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Hong Kong, featuring Beet Blush, one of the new Bold Ingredients from The Chef Garden.

A dish from Chef Uwe Opocensky at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Hong Kong featuring Beet Blush, one of the new Bold Ingredients from The Chef Garden.

It’s more important than ever for chefs to draw on vivid colors, unexpected flavors and enticing textures in order to bring something new to the plate.

Huron, OH (PRWEB) January 18, 2013

One product category that is in high demand from our culinary friends this winter is Bold Ingredients: a new, whimsical collection of fluorescent vegetables and “greens.” Learn more about Bold Ingredients along with other exceptional flavors available to chefs this season in The Chef's Garden's Winter Menu Planning Guide.

Chefs are driven to re-imagine tradition and invent the future of cuisine with every plate. With the winter season limiting the availability of many vegetable categories, it’s more important than ever for chefs to draw on vivid colors, unexpected flavors and enticing textures in order to bring something new to the plate. The Chef’s Garden is once again pushing the boundaries between agricultural traditions and innovation, in order to provide chefs with unique ingredients that will propel their creativity.

Diners eat with their eyes before ever lifting a fork, so innovative chefs are constantly seeking a way to differentiate. What better way to do so than with ingredients their guests have never seen or tasted before?

About The Chef's Garden

The Chef’s Garden is a family farm that grows, packages, and ships the highest quality, safest and most flavorful specialty vegetables and herbs directly to the best chefs in the world. In order to grow foods with optimum quality, flavor and nutrition, The Chef’s Garden is committed to sustainable agricultural practices that naturally replenish nutrients depleted from the soil, rather than synthetically. Read more about The Chef's Garden and owner Farmer Lee Jones at http://www.chefs-garden.com.


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