Let the people sharing your dinner table be the foreground and superficial details such as fancy recipes and table decorations can fade into the background.
The book reflects our ideas about the way we believe entertaining should be: comfortable, simple, slow and meaningful.Delving deeper than decor, author Nathan Williams invites each resident to share their values, the ways those ideals have shaped their homes and the ways their homes have in turn shaped them.At the heart of each living space is an aesthetic shaped by the dweller’s idea of what is essential—whether it’s a collection of inherited French antiques, a table long enough for a dinner party of a dozen, a smattering of children’s sketches pasted on the walls or minimalist rooms reserved for creative thought.What each of these homes shares in common is that they’ve been put together carefully, slowly, and with intention.— puts the emphasis back into the relationships that surround eating.We traveled around 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 .
We collected recipes from all different cultures that are suitable for nearly every occasion.
Some of the suggestions are refreshingly simple, like throwing freshly plucked mussels on the barbecue or filling half a cantaloupe with yogurt and honey.
will be at the national conventions in Cleveland and Philadelphia for a series of policy briefings, forums, interviews and more exploring how the candidates will shape policy and craft their plan for America’s future.
welcomes readers into 35 homes around the world that reflect some of the key principles of slow living: cultivating community, simplifying our lives and reclaiming time for what matters most.
With 289 full-color photographs spanning 368 pages, is a detailed exploration into living spaces from the United States, Scandinavia, Asia and more.
Through a mix of portrait and interior photography, profiles and essays, we visit the homes of designers, entrepreneurs, architects, photographers and stylists.