Portland florist Riley Messina shares her recipe for ciabbottola, a rustic Italian brunch or lunch dish. Photography: Parker Fitzgerald and Leo Patrone
The Kinfolk Table: Recipes for Small Gatherings
By Nathan Williams
Kinfolk magazine does a great job of chronicling the world of slow, meaningful living - the sort that involves a lot of slow, meaningful cooking, beautiful throwback packaging with carefully chosen fonts and the bearded, leather-aproned types who live it. It is, after all, based in Portland. The Kinfolk Table, subtitled 'Recipes for Small Gatherings', profiles food fans - chefs, home cooks, designers, bloggers, photographers, producers - uncovered on the global wanderings of Kinfolk founder Nathan Williams and his team, alongside recipes they have contributed. It's beautifully shot (on film, naturally) to induce envy of the kitchens, homes, dinner tables and children of these beautiful people. We might not be able to buy their lives, but we can at least eat their dinners.
Published by Artisan Books, £25
Writer: Emma Moore