The last year and a half has, amongst a few other things, upended the way we eat. We’ve embraced eating at home, whether it be cooking for ourselves or feasting on a bevy of elevated takeout menus. Giant grocery stores still exist, but many of us are ordering our staples online and turning to local specialty stores: specialty grocers, butchers, delis, and cafes that hark back to the early 1900s. That’s before the likes of King Kullen, Publics, and WalMart discounted our food system. I like this resurgence: Small businesses raising the bar of food sourcing, and bringing it into the community.
Myles and Rachael spent their careers in some of NYCs fine-dining temples; Myles cooking at EMP, Blue Hill Stone Barns, and Aska, and Rachael as Somm at the Beatrice Inn and Aska. Now they are taking their hospitality chops to a whole animal butchery and market called Kinship in the Virginia Highlands neighborhood of Atlanta, GA.
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