Nathan Williams' sure and authentic understanding of what people are seeking in their lives led to his Kinfolk magazine becoming today's most popular indie lifestyle journal, with more social media followers on Instagram and Facebook than any other lifestyle brand. This is his first recipe book and has the same sure touch, showing how slowing down, simplifying your life and building community reaps dividends in every aspect of your home - sharing food around the table is an intimate and life-enhancing activity for us all.
The Kinfolk Table puts the emphasis back on the relationships that surround eating. One-third cookbook, one-third narrative tale and one-third international adventure, The Kinfolk Table is a collection of 85 delectable recipes spread over 368 pages from creative types around the world including Brooklyn, Copenhagen, Canada and the English countryside. Filled with gorgeous photography and design, we've traveled the world, sharing food and collecting ideas from our growing community of chefs, home cooks, designers, bloggers, photographers and others, many of whom contributed recipes to The Kinfolk Table.
Meet Nathan Williams Canadian Nathan Williams worked as an analyst for Goldman Sachs while establishing Kinfolk magazine with friends in Portland, Oregon, launched in 2011 as a tiny lifestyle magazine focussed on the idea of slow living. A rapid rise sees the now 33-year old based in Copenhagen with a team, a publishing arm (artshop stocks all the books: The Kinfolk Table, The Kinfolk Home, and The Kinfolk Entrepreneur) and the original runaway success, Kinfolk quarterly magazine with a circulation of 90,000. Still true to the original slow-living ethos, he describes that as, "Slow living not so much in the way of kicking back and hammocks with cocktails, but more taking the time to really think about what you want to be doing and what feels most beneficial, which is a fairly subjective way of thinking."