About Skye Gyngell

Born in Australia, Skye Gyngell has worked as a chef in Sydney, Paris, and London. In 2004, she became head chef at Petersham Nurseries Café in Richmond, Surrey, which was awarded a Michelin star in 2011. Gyngell is also a food writer who contributes regularly to Vogue and the UK’s Independent on Sunday. She’s the author of nearly half a dozen cookbooks, including her most recent title, Spring. @skyegyngell

A white bowl of braised radishes on a marble countertop.

Braised Radishes

When subjected to gentle heat, radishes’ vibrant fire engine red fades to the palest shade of pink and their peppery rawness gives way to a complex nuttiness.

A glass bowl filled with Campari sorbet on a white marble countertop.

Campari Sorbet

Sweet and tart and sophisticated and stunning and almost too pretty to eat. Almost.

Halved slow roasted tomatoes on a piece of parchment with drops of oil and flakes of salt.

Slow-Roasted Tomatoes

With their intensified flavor, these candy-like tomatoes make an astonishing addition to all sorts of dishes.

A pile of autumn coleslaw with apples, hazelnuts, red cabbage, beets, and pomegranate seeds

Autumn Coleslaw

A teetering tower of autumnal goodness that isn’t only stunning to behold but ridiculously healthful thanks to cabbage and apples and pomegranates, oh my.