Brooklyn-based artist Ariele Alasko fills her days with sawdust, crafting beautiful, practical things out of wood, such as patterned wall panels, headboards and tables made for small gatherings.
Alison Woitunski reflects on a childhood spent with her father, the ultimate hunter, gatherer, grower and lover of food. She writes about her respect of the coast, passed down from her father.
On the brink of autumn, we brought our fully collaborative Kinfolk Dinner Series to Apolis: Common Gallery in downtown Los Angeles to enjoy the last fruits and flavors of summer.
Looking down on the soil of the land, it reveals so much: the labor of farmers, extreme weather, lines and curves, changing landscapes over time. Every field tells a story.
Fill your arms with flowers and use our ideas for coming up with your own flower potluck. Invite your friends, assemble the flower arrangements and get ready to share a feast.
Parker Fitzgerald’s cover shoot for Kinfolk Issue 7 shows off the beauty of ice cream and flowers. Finally, a cone full of color that won’t melt.
What characteristics do Northern Michiganders share? One word that comes to mind is resourceful, and regional catering company Epicure definitely represents that idea.
Crista and Jess started Phin & Phebes when they couldn’t find “clean” ice cream at the store. Now their brand is booming with flavors like Vietnamese Iced Coffee and Ginger Snap.
Our Kinfolk Dinner Series touched down in Paris, France, where it shared a picnic on the banks of the Seine and showed how wonderful and imaginative low-key events can be.
The Kinfolk Dinner Series headed to the Georgian Bay, a welcome escape for Toronto dwellers, where chefs, makers and others converged at a lakeside cottage for baked goods, chocolate, cheese and fish.
Like the old sayings go, spring is a time for fresh starts and trying new things. Use these tips to help you make the most of the new season.
Every urban center needs a place to escape to: Minneapolis loves to relax and meet at its Chain of Lakes, which offers a place to walk trails, pick fruit or go boating.
What does summer taste like? Salt from the sea, fresh lemons and rich ice cream that cools you down from the inside out are things that pop to mind. Sea-Salted Lemon Ice Cream? Yes, please.
These days, everyone’s eating habits seem highly idiosyncratic, but these violators have committed crimes against food. See their mug shots, read their sentences.
Maybe we are in love with ice cream because it can melt and vanish quickly. Maybe we are seduced by the musical trucks that carry it. Our author sings its praises.
The best journeys are full of unexpected lessons. Our writer heads to Italy and learns about homespun hospitality and treasure in the form of fresh Italian cherries.
Relationships need check-ins. Everyone is happy to receive a note that says someone is thinking of them—whether it’s a long letter, a vintage postcard or a text message. Keep in touch.