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Oliver Rowe

Oliver Rowe first cooked properly at the age of fourteen when he spent a summer cooking in Tuscany. The spectacular seasonal produce forever changed his relationship to food. Fast forward and Oliver has worked in many of London’s famous restaurants including his own café and restaurant ‘Konstam and Konstam’ at the Prince Albert, which sourced as much of its produce from in and around London as possible. It was featured on, and the inspiration for, BBC2’s “The Urban Chef”. Recently, Oliver has just published Food For all Seasons, a personal and informative wander through the food year and you can also find him doing residencies, pop-ups, demos, supper clubs and styling regularly throughout London. Oliver’s passion for seasonal food and his high standards make the Root Camp kitchen a buzzing and inspiring place, and turns every meal into a celebration of good food and fun.

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