WARM CITY has a long past with me, and has existed in a variety of hosts. It’s been my cooking blog, my catering alias, the name of my “someday” owned cafe, my underground free-spirited vegan donut cart… pretty much the only thing that remains consistent is the focus / curious exploration of  seasonal plant-based cooking.

So! When I decided to start { -this KITCHEN SINK } I thought it a perfect opportunity to turn this into a real bonafide project. Something that plays! WARM CITY is a quarterly cooking zine released each season with a editorial “theme”. Because I want to grow this project as a discussion on FOOD +CULTURE+CRAFT, starting with our Spring 2012 issue in April there will guest articles from around town, out of town, and featured artists works invited to play with the project.

This winter we are releasing our 5 recipe preview issue that takes WARM CITY back to back to its roots at a street “pop up” vegan donuts & fritters project. Because { -this KITCHEN SINK } is a explorative functional craft object based collective this issue will also includes a donut & fritters tool/utensils page.

WINTER 2012 also includes a postcard sized illustration by Ryan Schmidt for you to “write your own recipe” and mail to a friend [or foe]… Or, keep for yourself. Because its hard to part with Ryan’s illustrations. {!!!}

Each issue is hand bound with love and stapled agression. xo

Hear is a sneak peek of this seasons cover!

Thank you so much for your support, we hope you enjoy!


1 comment
  1. birdlovesbee said:

    this excites me to no end. i can’t wait to hold it in my hands.

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