Kinfolk Volume 9: The Weekend Issue

Kinfolk Volume The Weekend Issue Kinfolk Issue features a general theme Define Your Weekend Do weekends still exist Are people who have kids able to enjoy them The magazine will contain its usual mix of beautiful photo essays reci

  • Title: Kinfolk Volume 9: The Weekend Issue
  • Author: Kinfolk Magazine
  • ISBN: 9781941815083
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kinfolk Issue 9 features a general theme Define Your Weekend Do weekends still exist Are people who have kids able to enjoy them The magazine will contain its usual mix of beautiful photo essays, recipes, illustrated guides, interviews and profiles of makers, shops and people, along with lots of discussion about how people spend their weekends, ideas for ways to use yoKinfolk Issue 9 features a general theme Define Your Weekend Do weekends still exist Are people who have kids able to enjoy them The magazine will contain its usual mix of beautiful photo essays, recipes, illustrated guides, interviews and profiles of makers, shops and people, along with lots of discussion about how people spend their weekends, ideas for ways to use your leisure time and how to find the ultimate work play balance It will also offer insight on how to revitalize yourself, keep from working on days off and generally promote the idea of idle time and deep relaxation The issue is dedicated to digging deep on the subject Kinfolk, which recently changed its subtitle from 8220 A Guide for Small Gatherings 8221 to 8220 Discovering New Things to Cook, Make and Do, 8221 is a space where creative people can come together to share ideas for small gatherings and laid back entertaining.Kinfolk is a place to discover new things to cook, make and do It 8217 s a growing international community of artists, photographers, writers and cooks sharing ideas for small gatherings, ways to take good care of friends and family and living a grounded, balanced lifestyle that is about connecting and conversation Stunning photographs and colorful illustrations target individuals interested in recreational cooking and home entertaining The collaborative style and content connects a growing demographic with creative individuals such as chefs, home cooks, designers, photographers and crafters, and encourages a laid back approach to entertaining at home.OUR NINTH ISSUE IS ALL ABOUT DEFINING YOUR WEEKEND, FINDING THE RIGHT BALANCE BETWEEN WORK AND PLAY AND MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR DAYS OFF The Weekend Issue features our usual mix of beautiful photographs and original stories from our team in Portland, Oregon, and our large community of contributors from all around the world Features include Photo essays on the Art of Bed Making, the Lone Wolf Weekend, the Life Aquatic, Weekend Indulgences, Urban Lounging and Unexpected Soir es Interviews with the publishers of Milk magazine in Paris, the couple behind the Toast company in the United Kingdom, New York chef David Tanis and Tokyo chef Shoichiro Aiba Essays on daytime drinking, the case for sweating, jogging in public, making the most of weekdays, doing nothing, neighbors, living with a chef, protecting Saturday and swimming An illustrated guide to the ideal farmers market, ideas for doing a digital detox program, tips for traveling pairs, a guide to stay cations, a guide to bike etiquette, road trip guides and Recipes for Crispy Ham and Cornmeal Waffles, Quick Pickled Peaches and Weekend Lemon Cake, and a feature on our new cookbook Do weekends still exist Does yours fall on Tuesday and Wednesday Are you capable of unplugging from your phones and computers Whether you re reveling in the great outdoors, doing some marathon baking or just lounging on the couch, this issue is our guide to striking the right balance and making the most of our well earned days off We decided to dig deep on the subject of weekends and leisure to re learn how to do nothing live adventurously and embrace those two days, which are meant equally for rejuvenation and invigoration We came up with some practical tips for reversing hazardous work hours with our Weekend Workaholic Detox, and even share some harsh love with reminders on why you should exercise, but you may want to think twice before jogging through Manhattan on a busy Saturday Our team found the most encouragement by hearing from inspiring artists and makers who have discovered their own ways to balance work, family, hobbies and downtime Take our Weekend issue, kick back, slip off your shoes and simply get out there and enjoy some good food and your favorite people Editor Nathan WilliamsOn the cover Photograph by Hideaki Hamada Photograph is of Shoichiro Aiba, owner and chef of Life and Life Son Shot on location in Yoyogi, Tokyo, and Ichinomiya beach, Kuj kuri, Chiba, Japan.

    One thought on “Kinfolk Volume 9: The Weekend Issue”

    1. An interesting publication!This is the first issue of Kinfolk that I've read, rather than just flip through at a magazine stand. I read it right after finishing an old issue of The Gentlewoman, which made for an interesting contrast. Both are lifestyle magazines, albeit for different lifestyles. Kinfolk is for those who aspire to be upper-middle class creatives, the types who have trouble disconnecting on weekends because they're always working on personal projects. The Gentlewoman, on the other [...]

    2. I was originally going to read Kinfolk Volume 7 today, since it's the earliest physical copy that I have. But when I grabbed it off the shelf and saw that it was the spring issue, I figured I'd wait until it was actually spring to read it and grabbed this one instead. I mean, it's the weekend now, so it's just as appropriate.The Water Within is one of those articles that you read with a slight grimace on your face because you hate it even though you know it's true. Summer is my least favorite se [...]

    3. After seeing people praise this magazine, I thought I will read one of the editions. This edition is all about weekends and I thought it was an interesting topic to read about. So what is this magazine about? It is about travel, photography, cooking and about activities that one can do over a weekend. The essays are brilliant. It even has couple of interviews. The paper used for the book is of very good quality. It can very well serve as a coffee table book.I loved the bit about how to have a gr [...]

    4. I liked it but didn't feel like the articles lived up to the magazine's hype. A beautiful concept though.

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