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Required Reading: Kinfolk Magazine

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Required Reading: Kinfolk Magazine

Julie Carlson July 18, 2011

Possibly the prettiest culinary/entertaining magazine to hit the virtual newsstand: Kinfolk. According to peripatetic editor Nathan Williams: "We are a growing community of artists with a shared interest in small gatherings and a natural approach to entertaining. We wanted to share ideas on the art of creating a table that looks like it just ended up that way—uncontrived, with a focus on the food served and the friends and family sharing it." The magazine is published biannually and will also be available in print form for $39.95 (alas, the first issue is sold out); go to Kinfolk for more information.

Above: The print version of the magazine comes wrapped in butcher paper.

Above: The package is fastened with red string.

Above: A preview of the contents.

Above: A simple table, photographed by Michael Muller.

Above: A summer table styled by Chelsea Fuss and photographed by Lisa Warninger.

Above: A summer table setting, photographed by Nathan Williams.

Above two photos: Images by Brittany Wood, accompanying a piece on throwing an Art Party.

Above: Drinks on the porch; photo via Kinfolk.

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