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Wisley is one of the world’s great gardens, packed with horticultural inspiration. Wisley is one of the world’s great gardens, packed with horticultural inspiration.
Wisley is a great place to work for many reasons – working with fresh produce from the garden, knowing the other local suppliers and that what they deliver is the best
I am Head Chef at Taste of Wisley and have been involved in the kitchens here one way or another for six years. At the moment I oversee a core team of 13 chefs, which increases to 25 in the busy summer season. I started in professional kitchens when I was just 13 years old, working as a part-time kitchen porter in a large hotel in Shrewsbury and by 14 years old I was making the starters. I enjoyed cooking so much I dropped my ambition to become a vet and since then I’ve worked in small restaurants, country house hotels, posh gastropubs, on cruise ships, ski resorts, film shoots and even in Antarctica, on a research station 700km from the South Pole.
Wisley is a great place to work for many reasons – working with fresh produce from the garden, knowing the other local suppliers and that what they deliver is the best. Every day is different. We chefs love a challenge and as we never know for certain whether 100 or 10,000 people will come through the gates, Wisley is definitely that! Then there is the joy of being able to walk through the garden early in the morning and know it is your place of work – nothing quite like it on a crisp winter’s day!
Fresh beets of autumn
From pickles to cocktails and beyond... there's far more to rhubarb than a humble crumble
A lot of people still think beetroot is a terrible vegetable that their mum force-fed them in s
When life gives you lemons make lemonade, however there are lots of other delicious fruits s
It's berry time - and our Head Chef has some delicious creations and cunning tips up his sl
Turn pumpkins into tasty treats and be inspired for Christmas with ideas from the garden
Don’t mess with the best. It’s Berry Fest! The kitchens at RHS Garden Wisley are al
Taste of Wisley Flower (Flour) Fest begins Bank Holiday Monday next week - plus an exclusive co
As the days shorten, the culinary wizards at RHS Garden Wisley get ever more creative
The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.