We are happy to share photos from our Messy Meal dinners that took place around the world in October
To celebrate our cookbook, The Kinfolk Table: Recipes for Small Gatherings, which has been out for a year, we are sharing a recipe for Four Corners Lentil Stew with Sesame Rice by Sarah Britton.
Thanks to everyone who came out to our weekend retreat at Camp Wandawega. Here are a few photographs of the event.
We are happy to share part two of our photo gallery from our Messy Meal dinners that took place around the world in October.
We are happy to share part two of our photo gallery from the L’Esprit de la Mer dinners that took place around the world in May.
Diana Yen, author of A Simple Feast: A Year of Stories & Recipes to Savor & Share, talks about cooking with the seasons and shares her recipe for Cardamom Coffee.
Our L’Esprit de la Mer dinners took place around the world on May 17, and here we’ve collected some of our favorite photographs from them.
A look back at our Natural Home and Holiday Decor Workshop that took place during the holiday season.
E5 Bakehouse in London is a great bakery where the neighborhood loves to gather. Head baker Eyal Schwartz tells us about the place and shares a recipe for a Sourdough Starter.
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.
We look back at a special gathering that took place in Sydney, Australia, late last year.
Our November workshops were focused on Herbal Infusions in various locations around the world.
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.