As these tales evidence, life at Hiyu is both cyclical and unpredictable.
Reflections on and moments from the fields and cellar, where we aim to do as little as possible.
The sideways scallop shell is the time-honored emblem of the Camino de Santiago, colloquially known as the Path of Stars.
A dreamy late-summer staple inspired by the French chef, using fruit and herbs from the farm.
Hawthorn, Crataegus, and the May are all names for the hawthorn, the central hedgerow species.
In the late spring, we gather on the dam wall beside the pond...
A deeper, richer, more interesting (and informal) interpretation of the classic condiment.
Hiyu cultivates wildness; cares for plants, animals, and people; and offers dining experiences that entwine nature and culture.
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