japanses pickles.

Lush spring and summer produce is currently feeding my pickle obsession. I am dreaming pickles these days.

Lately I have been into exploring Japanese pickling techniques.

I have been delving into the recipes in Nancy Singlton Hachisu's book Japanese Farmhouse Food. Below are a few images from the current issue of Kinfolk Magazine

recipes to come.

Ceramics by the insanely talented Jessica Niello.

Knife available at  QUITOKEETO 

where the wild things are no. 7. the colors of winter. a photo essay for kinfolk magazine.

I just received Kinfolk Volume Two. It is full of beautiful words and images created by over 60 artists and writers. Below is a photo essay we shot inspired by wildcrafting and the colors of winter. When I get upstate tomorrow, I am going to brew myself some tea, curl up by the fire and savor it cover to cover. Now, let it snow!!!

 To order Kinfolk Volume two click here and then run to your mail box everyday to see if it has arrived!

Prop styling by the lovely Angharad Bailey.

To see outtakes and an extended story click here.

All photos copyright Gentl and Hyers 2011.

kinfolk magazine

I came across KINFOLK magazine via Nicole Franzen's site La Buena Vida. Leave it to Nicole, who is always up to something gorgeous, to tap into the zietgeist! Pick up a copy or purchase on your ipad. KINFOLK will not dissapoint! It is gorgeously simple in design and full of beautiful writing and images.

I came across KINFOLK magazine via Nicole Franzen's site La Buena Vida. Leave it to Nicole, who is always up to something gorgeous, to tap into the zietgeist! Pick up a copy or purchase on your ipad. KINFOLK will not dissapoint! It is gorgeously simple in design and full of beautiful writing and images.