Chef and Farmer

Recipe Box

We’re honored to collaborate with celebrated chef, Bradley Kilgore, to bring you four exclusive recipes featuring farm-fresh ingredients.

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Chef & Farmer Relationships

For over thirty years, the Jones family and by extension, The Chef’s Garden, has devoted itself to working in concert with extraordinary chefs from around the world. The conversations we have with the chefs we collaborate with and the work it inspires has resulted in a narrative intrinsic to the quality of the vegetables we grow and the regenerative agricultural practices we implement to do it. We always look forward to supporting and collaborating with them in deeply meaningful ways. Pre-Order Today!

“We at The Chef’s Garden have been fortunate to get to know many professional chefs who share our passion for quality produce and appreciate the beauty of seasonality. This box not only shares special recipes and delicious, regeneratively grown produce, but also inspiration and authentic appreciation for the craft." -Farmer Lee Jones. 

Chef and Farmer Recipe Box

Chef Bradley Kilgore

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About Chef Bradley Kilgore

A native of Kansas City, Chef Brad Kilgore is a Food & Wine “Best New Chef'' alum that has worked in some of the best kitchens in the country like Alinea, L2O, and Azul. He established himself in Miami and in 2015 opened Alter, a restaurant offering Progressive American cuisine that highlights indigenous Floridian ingredients, which earned four stars from the Miami Herald and a place as semi-finalist in the “Best New Restaurant" category of the James Beard Awards in 2017. Coming off the heels of his latest venture MaryGold’s in the lively Miami arts neighborhood Wynwood, Kilgore starts off the collaborative Chef and Farmer box series with three of his favorite recipes. These recipes are brought to life with the best produce that the late-winter, early spring season has to offer and are prepared in his classic, elegant style. 

“I try to think of why someone would come to my restaurant and what they would be looking for and how we can give them more of an experience than just the flavour of the food or the visual. It would be the thoughtfulness and our way of taking something one or two steps further. We’re trying to add layers to their experience.”

-Chef Bradley Kilgore