What better way to spend a Snow Day than with friends and family on Lake Leelanau in Northern Michigan?
A look back at the special weekend retreat we were lucky enough to participate in last November.
The founder of Pompon Cakes rides through the streets of Kamakura on a three-wheeled cake stand selling delectable baked goodies and beaming at passersby.
Need a piping-hot bowl full of something comforting and still healthy? Try this Lentil Caraway Soup and add some Pistachio Herb Pesto on top.
Some of the most meaningful gestures that can be given are not, in fact, wrapped in red bows, but are actually experiences to be shared together.
Use our tips and recipe to make fresh pasta and cook over an open flame.
Bringing nature inside is a fantastic way to decorate for the holidays. Here are some ideas for decorating using festive foliage for all climates, temperaments and tastes.
What do you do for good luck? We checked with some cultures around the world to see what they do at the year’s end to ensure lots of good luck in the next one.
Our October dinners were events that focused on celebrating our first cookbook, The Kinfolk Table: Recipes for Small Gatherings.
The chef at Hills & Mills in the Netherlands shares a recipe for their Raw Cacao Date & Walnut Bar.
Kinfolk’s recipe editor María Del Mar Sacasa shares recipes for Basic Eggnog, Chai Eggnog, Orange Cardamom Eggnog, Kefir Lime Lemongrass Eggnog and Chocolate Eggnog.
It may be winter, but that doesn’t mean your dinner table can’t be full of brightly colored fruit! Try our recipe for Pomegranate Clementine Salad.
Win over your friends and family during the holidays with this warming recipe.
Stop eating toast! Breakfast should be more fun than that. Try this recipe for Dutch Baby Pancakes with Persimmons, Apples & Pomegranate Seeds.
Have your friends over for a pizza potluck party! You supply the crusts, and let them bring the toppings. Combine and devour.
Our September Workshop was called Preserving the Season. We’ve collected some of our favorite images from the events around the world.
We asked some surfers from around the world some questions about their year-round surfing habits and some tips for those who want to get noseriding.
Our August workshop was all about camp cooking and grilling. We documented some of the events here.
Photographer James Bowden zigzags his way around the West Coast of Ireland, stopping occasionally to surf, sleep, snack or stand.
Trust us, you don’t want to stop at Cracker Barrel or Burger King. Use our road-trip recipes to get yourself sorted before setting out.