Around my house books are everyones favorite gifts, hence the constant need for additional bookshelves. Despite the lack of shelf space we keep collecting and this fall has been a banner time for new and fantatsic books, especially in the design and food categories.
We are foodies down to my yougest daughters new found baking skills. Our favorite way to spend a day is a nosh-fest, either at home or in a city going from place to place. So despite the groaning shelves a new cookbook is always a welcome addition especially one as warm and inviting as the Kinfolk Table book.
The sections are divided up into NY, Copenhagen, England and Oregon and finishes off with a section called the Wandering Table highlighting people and places that don't fit in to the above. Here we stop in at potter extradonaire Frances Palmer's, designer Athena Calderone along with Williams mother and grandmother.
We learn a bit about the various people and their lives, see a few pictures of them and their homes as they share a recipe or two. The photo's are casual and warm inviting the reader in and making this a book I want to curl up with on a winters day and spend the day cooking (and noshing) my way thru.
images Natthan Williams