@dinewithfable bowl by @corahilts
Food & Garden
How to Put Together a Thanksgiving Table Sustainably
As I prepare for Thanksgiving, I am committed to tablescaping and cooking in the most sustainable way possible. From shopping locally to using organic and all natural materials, this is the way I am putting together my Thanksgiving table this year! – Cora Hilts, REV Co-Founder and CEO
Brought to you with our friends at Coyuchi, Fable and Kana!
Table cloth and napkins from organic cotton by Coyuchi
I am such a fan of a deep colour palette for tablescaping, and these napkins and tablecloths are just perfect for Autumnal entertaining. I love the slight imperfections of the organic cotton, making it almost linen like. Variations in yarn size create a crinkled texture, in yarn-dyed color that maintains its hue through years of wash and wear. These will be perennial favorites for me!
Sustainably made ceramic tableware by Fable
I have been on the hunt for ethical ceramics for a while and was thrilled to find Fable! They are a gorgeous company that do everything from dinner sets to the nicest wine glasses I have found.
Use code ‘REVENVERT10OFF‘ for 10% off your Fable order! Follow the link here!
Cooking in my Kana cast iron items
Kana produces beautiful, responsible kitchenware that’s made to be shared for generations. Manufactured with 40% recycled cast iron in ethical, accountable plants, Kana’s timeless skillets and Dutch ovens speak to your thoughtful lifestyle. With a rich color palette and enameled design, the collection combines form, function, and freedom from stovetop dogmas. The perfect eco gift for a new home!
Organic Wines From A Brand Like Avaline
Avaline produce the most beautiful curated line of organic wines that would look great on a thanksgiving table. No thanksgiving would be complete without the perfect red to pair with all those hearty flavours. We suggest their classic ‘Red’ as with it’s cherry and spiced notes would pair well without over whelming the palette. Or go for their brand new Holiday Collection equipped with limited edition wines that may (or may not!) carry you through the holiday season!
Sourcing flowers/herbs from local farmers to use as accents
Part of the issues around the Holidays is how much plastic pollution and waste we create…using all natural, plant based decor is a wonderful zero waste option. Something as simple as a sprig of Rosemary can work just as well as anything you can buy!