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We tucked ourselves away one day in a home that was not our own but was a cozy enough to make us feel that it could be. We gathered sticks, rattled around the kitchen, and stood in every corner trying to find phone service. Eventually we cried uncle and accepted (gladly, I might add) that we were in a place that didn't take too kindly to technology. As it turns out these breadsticks taste best in places where phones can't go and time is only measured by how many logs have been thrown on the fire.

Get the full recipe in the latest issue of Kinfolk, crafted by these two food whisperers, nikole herriot, and tara o'brady

17 comments:

  1. What a beautiful video, and the selection of music was perfect.

    Thanks for your wonderful work!

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  2. it is all so beautiful! the music gets better and better every time. must try this with family and friends.

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  3. this is so, so lovely! now I have to go light a fire :) xx.

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  4. Sheesh, you two! That's gorgeous!

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  5. Love this! Good work Jules and Matt...once again you made a beautiful video!

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  6. great recipe video, once again. and what lovely lil knick nacks :)

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  7. Beautiful. I miss Utah summer nights!!

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  8. A quick note from Lisbon, Portugal just to let you know of my appreciation for this blog. It's an absolute feel-good-by-looking-and-listening-to-pretty-things blog. Thank you for it!

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  9. Who knew twist bread could be so elegant?

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  10. Beautiful! Could you tell me where you got the little tin measurement flats? Love those!

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  11. BIG fan. I'd buy your teeshirts. Just saying.

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  12. Beautiful video! Seriously, over the fire!? What a great idea! I can't wait to try this and show Jesse... :) inspiring as usual! p.s. you guys have t-shirts? :-[)I'll buy one too.

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  13. My compliments to your really wonderful blog...Love the photo, the recipes and the video (amazing!). I add your blog in my blogroll! Pleased to find you!

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  14. this video is truly one of the most stunning pieces of work i have seen in quite some time.. such a beautifully fresh way of sharing a recipe. stunning. love your blog :)

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