; Irene Hamburger, Vice President of Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Pocantico Hills, N.
What does BHSB stand for?
BHSB stands for Blue Hill at Stone Barns (winery; est. 2004; Pocantico Hills, NY)
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- Bryder Hulkende Sammen Af Grin (Danish Internet slang)
- Biotechnology High Performance Computing Software Applications Institute (US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command)
- British Horse Society Assistant Instructor
- Brierley Hill Sustainable Access Network (UK)
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- Berita Harian Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)
- Big Honkin' Sandin' Block
- Body Heaven Shea Butter Cream (Cathy & Co. Inc.)
- Bachelor In Health Sciences
- Bachelor of Home Science
- Bachelor of Household Science (conferred by the University of Guelph in Canada until 1971)
- Baulkham Hills Shire Council (Castle Hill, New South Wales, Australia)
- Buffalo Harbor Sailing Club (New York)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The farm shares the premises with one of the most renowned restaurants in the New York area, Blue Hill at Stone Barns, where the women lunched on tomatoes from the White House kitchen garden, eggs harvested minutes earlier from the farm's chickens and chicken with ratatouille.
London, who has worked at Blue Hill at Stone Barns and Daniel in New York, au Pied de Cochon in Montreal and L'Astrance in Paris, worked with Swanson at Ubuntu previously and reflects, "At that time Carl was in a transitional period, not sure if he was going to stay on, and I asked him to stay on to be my pastry chef.
I spent a year teaching myself how to cook professionally through trial and error, and through different cooking experiences, including time at Blue Hill at Stone Barns.
[NY Times] For New Yorkers, Blue Hill at Stone Barns is a locavore’s idyll--as long as they stay out of the new slaughterhouse.
In spring of 2004, Blue Hill at Stone Barns opened within the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills, New York.
Dan Barber, an owner of Blue Hill at Stone Barns, an organic restaurant in Pocantico Hills, N.
Barber, who also runs the celebrated Blue Hill at Stone Barns outside of Tarrytown (the restaurant is on the same land as the working farm where much of Blue Hill’s food comes from—see baby lamb, eat baby lamb