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Current Obsessions: The Harvest Table

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Current Obsessions: The Harvest Table

November 18, 2017

Headed into Thanksgiving week, we’re preparing the kitchen (and the table). Happy holidays:

Plus, taking harvest inspiration from Chef David Tanis’s Low-Tech, Economical, and Beautifully Soulful Kitchen in the East Village, over on Remodelista. Photograph by Heidi’s Bridge.
Above: Plus, taking harvest inspiration from Chef David Tanis’s Low-Tech, Economical, and Beautifully Soulful Kitchen in the East Village, over on Remodelista. Photograph by Heidi’s Bridge.
A foraged Thanksgiving table, from Into the Wild: A Canadian Thanksgiving, one of our favorites.
Above: A foraged Thanksgiving table, from Into the Wild: A Canadian Thanksgiving, one of our favorites.
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