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Tomato Time at The DHF

“It’s difficult to think anything but pleasant thoughts while eating a homegrown tomato.” American Humorist and Writer Lewis Grizzard. I love this quote because I can feel the juice running down my chin whenever I read it. Every now and then, up here at the Dimond Hill Farm, we like to pluck the fleshy fruit […]

Soup’s On at the Dimond Hill Farm

In our never-ending quest to provide you guys with the freshest, best tasting, most nutritious and all natural food items available, the Dimond Hill Farm has added Pika’s Farm Table soups to our lineup this year. And just to make sure you get the full package with this new product, one of Pika’s chefs will […]

The Haunting of Dimond Hill

Gather round the hearth my friends and warm yourselves by the fire, safe from the wind and the rain … but not, perhaps, from the chill that’s likely to tickle your spine as I tell you a tale of the ghosts of Dimond Hill. You see, the Dimond Hill Farm seems to sit at a […]

Cooking With Kristina: Grilled Pizza

I don’t know about you guys, but around this time of the summer I’m looking for something different to throw on the barbecue grill. So when I heard that Kristina was demonstrating grilled pizza in the barn, I was all in. Kristina is the official Diamond Hill Farm culinary adviser, and her knack for using seasonal […]

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Gelato?

That’s right, I said Gelato. I know, I know … not quite what we’re used to up here in New England when it comes to cold, creamy treats, but what a way to break tradition. And the best news is that you can judge for yourself on Friday, July 15, from 3-5 pm in the […]

Pizza Party Part II … They’re Baaaack!

  Hey, we had so much fun with our first Half Baked Pizza party on June 16 that we’re going to do it all over again! On Wednesday, June 29 from 3 pm to 6 pm the folks from Half Baked Pizza will be back in the barn passing out samples of New England’s best, […]

Weather Related …

  A fellow farmer from a bit north of us was in the barn the other day grumbling about the cool spring temperatures. Like most farmers and old timers who show up to commiserate with Jane from time to time, one of the opening salvo of the conversation tends to be “How’s the weather over […]

Isn’t It About Time You Become a “Locavore”?

  Up here at the Dimond Hill Farm we’ve been locavores for two hundred years or more. A lot of our friends and customers are locavores, and, over the years, we’ve even recruited a few supermarket diehards into our ranks. So … isn’t it about time you became a locavore? Don’t worry, the conversion is […]

Santa Says the Best Christmas Trees are in the Barn

The Holiday Season is here once again and it’s time to start talking turkey and thinking about what the heck to buy old Uncle Elmer that will top that pair of plaid support stockings you gave him last year. It’s also time to embark on that most glorious of all holiday expeditions … the search […]

Seeing Green at Dimond Hill

It’s been a spell since my last posting, and with all those cards, letters and comments Jane received about my blog writing talents last season … I’m lucky she’s lettin’ me post now. I promised Jane I’d be more focused and get right to the point this season, so here goes: We’ve got good news […]