Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
Kinfolk is a slow lifestyle magazine that explores ways for readers to simplify their lives, cultivate community and spend more time with their friends and family. It is the place to discover new things to cook, make and do. The fall issue of Kinfolk explores one of life's simplest pleasures: sharing a meal. The act of eating together - whether at a well-appointed table or in the simple breaking of bread - is an essential element of a well-lived life. As MFK Fisher famously wrote, sharing a meal can be more intimate than sharing a bed. In this issue, we examine the role of food in forming and sustaining relationships, its place in art and political history, and its significance to the arbiters contemporary culture. We visit a breadmaker in her Brooklyn studio, test a curated selection of recipes by a celebrated chef, thumb the pages of Dali's surrealist cookbook and revisit MFK Fisher's seminal writing on the joy of simple meals.