I am Alice Cozzolino. I have been a professional chef for over 30 years, cooking with Amy Pulley at my side. Our homestead, Honey Hill, is the culmination of a life-long love for growing food, feeding people, and caring for our land. Nothing brings me greater joy than preparing fresh and delicious meals with food from the gardens Amy tends with expertise and love.
At Honey Hill we grow over 300 varieties of vegetables and herbs, and many types of fruit trees, berries, other small fruits, and nut trees. We grow and care for native flowering plants for our pollinator friends. We tend to, care for, and live in relationship with our land.
We preserve much of the food we grow by canning, freezing, dehydrating, and fermenting, continuing to be nourished by our harvest throughout the autumn and winter. We source our remaining ingredients with great care. We use non-GMO ingredients, and organic and local foods whenever feasible. Much produce is harvested fresh from our own gardens. We carefully choose packaging options to minimize harmful environmental impact.
We feed our friends and neighbors in times of hardship and in times of celebration, and all the ordinary days and ways in-between. We look forward to feeding you and your family!
Amy propagates, plants, and cares for countless native perennial pollinator plants. She is passionate about feeding pollinator species by growing abundant and diverse flowers, herbs, and vegetables as food sources for butterflies, birds, bees, beetles, flies, and wasps.