I have been keeping such a juicy secret that I finally get to reveal! Kinfolk magazine’s latest issue is out, and there’s a little bit of Sarah B. inside.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with Kinfolk, it is a truly unique publication, dedicated to the beautiful subtleties of life, mainly around a table. Their subtitle, a guide for small gatherings, speaks to both the pleasure and importance of sharing food and strengthening family and community through the ways in which we choose to eat. With stunning photography and sensitive words, the winter volume unfolds to inspire even the most hesitant cook to make friends again with their stove. Clearly, this is my brain in print form.
When I was approached to contribute, it was with great honor that I accepted, and wrote an article entitled “Why I Cook”. It was a wonderful experience for me in fact, to deliver something other than a recipe. Instead I share my feelings and reflections upon what it is I do every day in the kitchen, both at work and at home.
I do encourage you all to indulge yourselves, or a loved one, in this gorgeous gift. You will undoubtedly fall in love with the simple, uncomplicated ways in which each contributor shares their approach to the art of entertaining.
Thank you, Kinfolk. It has been a pleasure.
xo, Sarah B.
Kinfolk is available in both print and as an application for the iPad.
13 thoughts on “Kinfolk Magazine”
Congratulations! Also, I keep making those black bean cookies. All of my friends love them and will be following your blog from now on!
On a completely unrelated topic, I was inspired by your 30 day yoga challenge to do my own Christmas yoga challenge.
While browsing for yoga videos on youtube, I came across this darling one! What a happy yogi kitten!
It made me think of you 🙂
loved your post Sarah!
I just discovered both your blog and kinfolk. Love them both! Congratulations!
Oh, how I love Kinfolk! I cannot wait to read your contribution.
Congratulations-it looks like a beautiful publication! I also have to second the Raw Cashew Dreamcake-made it on Thanksgiving and it was a huge hit! And I was secretly pleased about how healthy it was for everyone! Thanks Sarah!
Congratulations Sarah!! How wonderful for you to have another forum for sharing your beautiful message and work. Looking forward to reading your article!
I SO love your blog so if Kinfolk is like your brain it sounds like a must-buy. 🙂
Yesterday I had friends over and made them the Raw Cashew Dreamcake, which I had never done before, and it was such a hit! Everyone LOVED it, so fresh, so tasty! Yummy!
Congratulations and thanks a lot for your wonderful recipes!
It sounds like a beautiful magazine. COngratulations!!
Congratulations! How amazing. I can’t wait to pick up a copy and see you in it!! xoxo
Congrats! I can’t wait to check it out. I love Kinfolk!
That is SO great! Congratulations!
Congratulations! I have never come across kinfolk before, but it sounds like my kind of magazine!