A thoughtful, deep-rooted way of cooking that reconnects us with the land. Daniel de la Falaise approaches cooking as a sensual task and a celebration of quality products involving as little interference as possible. His compass point: the taste of the raw ingredient just plucked from the soil. His way of cooking which places vegetables at the forefront, but is not vegetarian centers around coaxing the most flavor from each ingredient at its peak freshness. Nature s Larder opens up a new way of thinking about food, one that returns to an instinctual relationship to taste and a direct connection to the natural world.
Daniel de la Falaise works as a private chef, growing many of his ingredients on his farm in southwest France. He also writes a cooking column in French Vogue and has been profiled in The New York Times Style Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and Town and Country.