Kinfolk Magazine: A Guide to Small Gatherings

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Vol6_CoverWebAfter reading an issue of Kinfolk Magazine, it’s hard not to dream of planning a small gathering for your loved ones. Every page is like a piece of art. The beautiful photographs mingle with stories that range from a brief history of breakfast to neighborly gift giving.

The publication, free of ads, comes out four times a year and is lovely enough to adorn your coffee table or claim a permanent spot on your book shelf. Every article in this magazine will stay relevant for seasons to come – making it a piece of art you hang onto for years and years.

One of the main attractions for us were the recipes. Sprinkled throughout its entirety, this issue contains recipes such as blackberry buns with warm vanilla sauce, spiced fig cranberry sauce and fancy hot chocolate. These are the type of recipes that leave us Central Texans wishing we lived someplace that required wool mittens and snow boots (if only for a little while).

The founders of the magazine support small gatherings, believing that there is something about sharing a table with friends and family that anchors our relationships and energizes us.

They created Kinfolk as a collaborative way to advocate the natural approach to entertaining that they love. They believe in simple, uncomplicated gatherings, which is evident on every page of the magazine. This publication feels like a magazine, reads like a book and looks like a piece of art.

We are one of the few places in Austin where you can pick up Kinfolk, and we hope that you treat yourself (or someone you love) to the guide for small gatherings.

Happy reading.

Written by cscdavis

December 14, 2012 at 10:05 am

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