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March 21, 2014 at 9:56pm
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Jeanette passed Breanne the bowl of caprese salad with a sigh. “Well, here you go,” she said. “Enjoy! I would take some, but I’m on the alkaline diet. I don’t want cancer, you know?”
(Photo: Lauren Ledbetter & Q Avenue Photo, via Camilla Styles)

Jeanette passed Breanne the bowl of caprese salad with a sigh. “Well, here you go,” she said. “Enjoy! I would take some, but I’m on the alkaline diet. I don’t want cancer, you know?”

(Photo: Lauren Ledbetter & Q Avenue Photo, via Camilla Styles)

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December 8, 2013 at 10:04am
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Fennel-citrus flatbread, smoked salmon mousse, rose-pecan wafers, and copious hand-strung lighting made for a heartbreakingly perfect meal but a faint-inducing electricity bill.
(Photo: Marcus Bell, Studio Impressions Photography)

Fennel-citrus flatbread, smoked salmon mousse, rose-pecan wafers, and copious hand-strung lighting made for a heartbreakingly perfect meal but a faint-inducing electricity bill.

(Photo: Marcus Bell, Studio Impressions Photography)

November 26, 2013 at 10:29pm
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Realizing that the most alcohol he’d ever imbibed was in college during a self-destructive kombucha binge, he nervously poured himself another glass of wine, excited and terrified at what secrets he might blurt out. 
(Photo: Gillian Stevens Photography for Refinery Magazine)

Realizing that the most alcohol he’d ever imbibed was in college during a self-destructive kombucha binge, he nervously poured himself another glass of wine, excited and terrified at what secrets he might blurt out. 

(Photo: Gillian Stevens Photography for Refinery Magazine)

November 10, 2013 at 4:11pm
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Jen’s attempts to reduce the portion size of her meals were successful: three-bite sandwiches now seemed like hearty subs when prepared with utensils stolen from her niece’s dollhouse and made in the attic.
(Photo: Nico Alary, Kinfolk)

Jen’s attempts to reduce the portion size of her meals were successful: three-bite sandwiches now seemed like hearty subs when prepared with utensils stolen from her niece’s dollhouse and made in the attic.

(Photo: Nico Alary, Kinfolk)

November 6, 2013 at 7:44pm
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Join the ranks of the beet generation at Foodie Underground for Wholier-Than-Thou Wednesday!
(Photo: Trinette Reed and Gris Gramly, Kinfolk)

Join the ranks of the beet generation at Foodie Underground for Wholier-Than-Thou Wednesday!

(Photo: Trinette Reed and Gris Gramly, Kinfolk)

October 28, 2013 at 11:21pm
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When they pulled out the real silverware for her to practice with, she knew that day nine of her tablescape design internship was going really well. 
(Photo: Laura Dart, Kinfolk)

When they pulled out the real silverware for her to practice with, she knew that day nine of her tablescape design internship was going really well. 

(Photo: Laura Dart, Kinfolk)

October 22, 2013 at 8:00pm
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Every October, he went on a backpacking trip through the Dakotas for 3-4 months, attempting to resist the seductive pumpkin spice lattes sold at the crossroads of every urban street. He sullenly sipped Earl Grey instead, cursing seasonal caffeinated beverages.
(Photo: James Bowden, Kinfolk)

Every October, he went on a backpacking trip through the Dakotas for 3-4 months, attempting to resist the seductive pumpkin spice lattes sold at the crossroads of every urban street. He sullenly sipped Earl Grey instead, cursing seasonal caffeinated beverages.

(Photo: James Bowden, Kinfolk)

October 8, 2013 at 12:22pm
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On early weekend mornings, she would sometimes sneak into neighbors’ backyards and methodically peel fruit into unused corners of their gardens, creating makeshift compost heaps. In the urban gardening circuit, she was the Robin Hood of vigilante composting. 


(Photo: Dart Photographie)

On early weekend mornings, she would sometimes sneak into neighbors’ backyards and methodically peel fruit into unused corners of their gardens, creating makeshift compost heaps. In the urban gardening circuit, she was the Robin Hood of vigilante composting. 
(Photo: Dart Photographie)

October 5, 2013 at 7:05pm
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Their pignoli-cardamom bars were so dry and brittle that they required breaking with a chisel and hammer, yet they dug in — pine nuts at the co-op were $14 a pound, after all.
(Photo: Gentl and Hyers)

Their pignoli-cardamom bars were so dry and brittle that they required breaking with a chisel and hammer, yet they dug in — pine nuts at the co-op were $14 a pound, after all.

(Photo: Gentl and Hyers)

September 25, 2013 at 7:27am
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No tea, no shade. 
Preachin’ some green tea realness at Foodie Underground for Wholier-Than-Thou Wednesday!
(Photo: Parker Fitzgerald, Kinfolk)

No tea, no shade. 

Preachin’ some green tea realness at Foodie Underground for Wholier-Than-Thou Wednesday!

(Photo: Parker Fitzgerald, Kinfolk)