Nason’s Stone House Farm in Boxford

by | Aug 23, 2022

Nason's Stone House Farm in Boxford

Grandma’s Kind of Cooking

Nason’s Stone House Farm offers Grandma’s Kind of Cooking. And that means Old-Fashioned Comfort Food. Like Chicken Pies, Turkey Pies, Haddock Pies, Homemade Baked Beans, Soups & Canned Brown Bread. Plus, Fresh-Baked Treats like Bread, Rhubarb Pie, Chocolate Chip Cookies & More. And you will also find Locally Made Farm-Fresh Jellies & Chutneys with No Preservatives. And the Freezer is always stocked with Grab & Go Meals.

Nason’s Stone House Farm Offers More than Chicken Pies

Close to the North Andover line in Boxford, Nason’s Stone House Farm is best know for chicken pies and homemade baked beans. But the local farm offers so much more.

Old-Fashioned Comfort Food

Dating back to 1869, Nason’s Stone House Farm specializes in old-fashioned comfort food. For example, the farm offers a wide selection of homemade dinner pies — chicken pies, turkey pies, haddock pies and shepherd pies. And all pies are handcrafted individually and they contain absolutely no filler. The farm offers them fresh baked and also stocks the Grab & Go freezer with them. Because they are always in demand.

Keeping up with the New England tradition of eating homebaked beans and brown bread, Nason’s offers these fresh on weekends. And an amazing selection of hot and frozen soups is always on the menu.

Turkey & Haddock Pies in the Grab-&-Go Freezer

Turkey, Chicken, Haddock Pies in the Grab & Go Freezer

Homemade Baked Beans

Nason's Stone House Farms Baked Beans

Homemade Soups

Nason's Stone House Farm Homemade Soups

Canned Brown Bread

Canned Brown Bread

Fresh-Baked Treats

Nason’s Stone House Farm offers the fresh-baked and tasty pies, breads, and pastries that New Englanders love. Like corn bread, chocolate chip cookies, scones, and fruit-filled pies and pastries. You can always pick some up fresh. And the farm ensures the Grab & Go freezer is well-stocked with them too.

Corn Bread

Fresh-Baked Corn Bread

Chocolate Chip Cookies & Pies

Chocolate Cookies and Pies

Fruit-Filled Pastries

Fruit-Filled Pastries

Fresh-Baked Blueberry Muffins

Fresh-Baked Blueberry Muffins

Locally Made Jellies & More

The farm carries locally made jams, jellies, and chutney from Amesbury’s R.E. Kimball Farm. They are all cooked simply and slowly. In fact, they are stirred by hand. Like they’ve been for over sixty years. And only fruit, water, and pure cane sure make their way into their food products.

Kimball’s Fig Chutney

Amesbury's Kimball's Fig Chutney

Grab & Go Freezer

Nason's Stone House Farm Grab and Go Freezer

Happiness is Homemade

So stop by Nason’s Stone House Farm soon to pick up some old-fashioned comfort food and fresh-baked treats. You won’t be sorry.

Homemade with Love & Butter at Nason’sNason's Stone House Farm Homemade Food


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