Plot to plate: In her first visit to KHWG, top chef Rosie Sykes shows you dishes which feature vegetables growing in your plot or garden in early Spring. Rosie trained under two true greats of British cooking, Joyce Molyneux at the Carved Angel in Dartmouth and Shaun Hill at the Merchant House in Ludlow. You may recognise her as The Guardian Weekend's one-time Kitchen Doctor, a column she wrote while running the Sutton Arms in London. Since then, she has breathed new life into the kitchens at the Olde Bell in Hurley, Berkshire, and the Crown in Amersham. Her first book, The Kitchen Revolution, was published in 2008. Rosie's approach to food and cooking is simple but uncompromising. As a talented and passionate gardener she is committed to making the best of local and seasonal ingredients.
When & Where
King Henry's Walk Garden
Winner of London in Bloom's Best Community Garden three times in its first four years of opening, King Henry's Walk Garden is a green oasis tucked away behind the Balls Pond Road in Islington. We have a busy education programme for adults and children and social events open to all. For more information about what's on see our website www.khwgarden.org.uk To inquire about other courses and events contact firstname.lastname@example.org