We are happy to share photos from our Messy Meal dinners that took place around the world in October
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.
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.
A look back at the special weekend retreat we were lucky enough to participate in last November.
We look back at a special gathering that took place in Sydney, Australia, late last year.
Our October dinners were events that focused on celebrating our first cookbook, The Kinfolk Table: Recipes for Small Gatherings.
A supper club in Berlin serves up dishes straight from grandmothers’ memories. We speak with Mother’s Mother founder Kavita Meelu about keeping it in the family but sharing it with others.
Our September Workshop was called Preserving the Season. We’ve collected some of our favorite images from the events around the world.
Our August workshop was all about camp cooking and grilling. We documented some of the events here.
Some fireside recipes inspired by our August workshop on the art of camp cooking and grilling.
Our menu for light summer breakfast meals includes a Morning Peach Cup, Pickled Rhubarb, Rosemary Breakfast Skewer, the Summer Egg and Ginger Tea.
Our Kinfolk workshop for April was the Flower Potluck. Here we are sharing some photos and films from the events.
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.
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.