Join us for our annual January Sale - all items throughout the store are 20% off. Holiday items are on sale at 50% off.
We’re open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm. Sunday from noon to 5 pm.
On Saturday, January 10, The Silo Cooking School explored and experienced the intrigue and glamour - and food of Edwardian England in a demonstration cooking class with Catherine Titus Felix - the former food editor of Victorian Home.
Catherine, who graduated from London’s Cordon Bleu prepared an wonderful menu of authentic Edwardian food and treats including, Cheese Straws; Oysters A La Russe; Ethel’s Salmon Mousse with Greens; Downstairs’ Lamb Stew; English Peas; Semolina Pudding; Lady Sybil’s Cake; Crepes Suzettes.
Not only was the food delicious, but the history and stories behind each dish was fascinating. Chef Catherine also brought along items from her collection of late 19th and early 20th century table-top antiques.
Chef Catherine returns this April 19 for “Queen of the Ocean; Heart of the Sea. The Titanic Remembered.”
KID’S MONDAY VACATION DAYS
Young Chefs Cook Presidential
February 16, 1 to 4 p.m.
Ages 6 to 14.
Click here to register and for more info.
SILO ONLINE SHOPPING STORE
The Silo Store is well-stocked with the latest offerings in everyday and hard-to-find cookware, utensils, gadgets, foods, crafts, and decorative tabletops.
Our new online store expands our offerings from top manufacturers, providing the convenience of online shopping to our customers.
UNFORTUNATELY THE ONLINE STORE CANNOT ACCEPT SILO GIFT CERTIFICATES.
Proceeds benefit the cultural and educational family programs of the nonprofit Hunt Hill Farm.
Have Your Next Event at The Silo
Perfect for Weddings, Showers, Rehearsal Dinners, Holiday Parties, Meetings and Retreats, Team Building, Private Cooking Classes, Reunions, and all Celebratory Occasions!
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Hunt Hill Farm Trust is proud to be an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.
“How We Got Here”
â€“ an excerpt from the introduction to Ruth & Skitch Hendersonâ€™s Seasons in the Country, 1990.
We did not go looking for Hunt Hill Farm â€“ it looked for us. In 1967 we were both immersed in a busy urban life. Skitch, as Musical Director of NBC, appeared nightly on the Tonight Show, which taped in New York in those days. Ruth was chairwoman of Friends of City Center and an active fund-raiser and drum-beater for the arts. We had just opened a restaurant, Dalyâ€™s Dandelion...
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