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Roof-To-Table Food Revolution: An Interview with Chef John Mooney

By admin | December 2, 2011

Chef John Mooney

Photo: Saira Malhotra

By: Michele Wolfson

Tucked away in the West Village is a spot where one can dine on very local, organic vegetables in an innovative “rooftop-to-table” way that has never been done before- that is, until now. Bell Book & Candle uses aeroponic towers to grow its menu ingredients on the rooftop, located six flights above the basement kitchen. Talk about using local products!

As we enter the winter season, the cold weather might not seem ideal for an eatery that uses produce that is grown in Manhattan during this time of year, but the rooftop garden actually supplies Executive Chef John Mooney’s restaurant with 60% of his produce on a year-round basis. Read More

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