This fourth volume of Kinfolk continues to explore thoughtful ways to spend time alone and with friends, from dining for one to having dinner discussions around the table. Over 10 well-known photographers have collaborated with stylists, filmmakers,MoreThis fourth volume of Kinfolk continues to explore thoughtful ways to spend time alone and with friends, from dining for one to having dinner discussions around the table.
Over 10 well-known photographers have collaborated with stylists, filmmakers, chefs, bakers, and their own close friends to document these meals, moments, and travels as inspiration for others to experiment with new ways of entertaining.Articles connect readers with the creative individuals behind restaurant meals, and encourage a simplified way of approaching their own entertaining at home.THE FOURTH ISSUE OF KINFOLK SHARES IDEAS FOR CREATING SUMMER TRADITIONS AND TRAVELS, WHETHER THAT MEANS PLANNING MONTHS IN ADVANCE, OR TAKING OFF FOR A LAST-MINUTE WEEKEND IN THE SUN OR ROAD TRIP.
THE STORIES CELEBRATE THE LONG-STANDING TRADITIONS WE CHERISH WHILE ALSO REMINDING OURSELVES TO START A FEW OF OUR OWN.The issue is a collaborative project that involved more than 50 artists who contributed essays, photographs, ideas, paintings and films. The issue offers practical ideas (such as How to Be Neighborly, Chicken Harvest and Baking Surplus), reflective essays (such as Dining for One, Undocumented Hours and The Perfect Cup) and many beautiful photo essays (such as Mountain Respite, Renaissance Juicing, From the Garden and Dinner Box).
It also offers ideas and suggestions from experts such as Duane Sorensen (of Stumptown Coffee, Woodsman Tavern and Woodsman Market), architectural photographer Klaus Frahm and the folks behind Marston House, Haven’s Kitchen and Bellocq Tea Atelier, and recipes (Renaissance Juicing, Familiar Shores and a menu including Campfire Salmon, Jadeite Salad, Stick Twist Bread, Gingersnap Sandwiches and Marionberry Sip), as well as our usual coverage of small gatherings and Kinfolk dinners.“The stories in this volume share ideas for creating summer traditions and travels, whether that means planning months in advance or taking off for a last-minute weekend in the sun… We hope these stories will prompt you to try something new—or old—during the next few months.
The meals and activities we promote with Kinfolk vary, but they are all based on our goal to create and strengthen relationships and to find more meaningful ways to connect and entertain.” —Editor Nathan WilliamsPublication Design by Amanda Jane JonesCover Photograph by Young & Hungry