Sunday Suppers + Kinfolk

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We hosted a Kinfolk dinner to celebrate the launch of their new book. Have you seen it ? It is quite lovely. We are always so happy to be working with our friends there – and only wish we lived a little closer !
But we were happy to support from afar. A great crowd gathered for this dinner. We served mulled wine and a crostini of basket cheese and husk cherry jam – made by Ali, our chef and partner at Good Eggs.
Good Eggs supplied an array of farm fresh produce. Suann and I collaborated on the fabric sign and menus and other paper goods. You may also see a sneak peek at our new line of  branding elements (more on that to come).

Brittany hung leaves from the ceiling – to emulate the feeling of fall indoors. The warm comforting meal was served family style on the ceramics made by our friend Frances. Guests mingled and enjoyed a long supper. They went home with a copy of the book and a perfume from foxfodder farms (appropriately wood scented). It was truly magical.

We’ll be posting more about the meal and a recipe tomorrow, stay tuned.

A special thank you to our partners on this dinner:

 

Farm: Good Eggs NY 

Flower: BRRCH

Paper: Simplesong Design

Ceramics: Frances Palmer

Gift/Perfume: Foxfodder Farms

and of course to our friends at Kinfolk for inviting us to host.

 

5 comments
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