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Kinfolk Magazine Volume 13

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STORIES YOU’LL FIND IN ISSUE THIRTEEN

  • ∙  Going Against the Grain: an exploration into being the odd one out

  • ∙  Wear and Tear: a photo essay highlighting the appeal of worn clothing, paired with an encouragement to flaunt your flaws

  • ∙  Julia Child’s Guide to Cooking Terribly, complete with a recipe for Fallen Cheese Soufflé

  • ∙  Culinary Calamities: six chefs tell us their stories of epic fails and war wounds

  • ∙  An interview with New York City Ballet’s prima ballerina Wendy Whelan

  • ∙  A profile series with three judges (a Pulitzer Prize–winning restaurant critic, a Westminster Dog Show judge and an Olympic Gymnastics judge) on evaluating perfection

  • ∙  Seeing Double: a portrait series noting the small differences between twins

  • ∙  The Extremists’ Guide to Home Decor: tips for minimalists and maximalists

  • ∙  Home Tours: a look around some patched-up homes in Greece and France

  • ∙  Playing with Fire: a menu based around burning your food on purpose; a recipe series of what to make When Life Gives You Lemons; and an essay on the failures of making marmalade along with a foolproof recipe for making Blood Orange and Bourbon Marmalade

    ∙ Plus articles about improvisation, Navajo weaving techniques, art conservation, kintsugi, accidental inventions, imperfect music and crappy haircuts


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STORIES YOU’LL FIND IN ISSUE THIRTEEN

  • ∙  Going Against the Grain: an exploration into being the odd one out

  • ∙  Wear and Tear: a photo essay highlighting the appeal of worn clothing, paired with an encouragement to flaunt your flaws

  • ∙  Julia Child’s Guide to Cooking Terribly, complete with a recipe for Fallen Cheese Soufflé

  • ∙  Culinary Calamities: six chefs tell us their stories of epic fails and war wounds

  • ∙  An interview with New York City Ballet’s prima ballerina Wendy Whelan

  • ∙  A profile series with three judges (a Pulitzer Prize–winning restaurant critic, a Westminster Dog Show judge and an Olympic Gymnastics judge) on evaluating perfection

  • ∙  Seeing Double: a portrait series noting the small differences between twins

  • ∙  The Extremists’ Guide to Home Decor: tips for minimalists and maximalists

  • ∙  Home Tours: a look around some patched-up homes in Greece and France

  • ∙  Playing with Fire: a menu based around burning your food on purpose; a recipe series of what to make When Life Gives You Lemons; and an essay on the failures of making marmalade along with a foolproof recipe for making Blood Orange and Bourbon Marmalade

    ∙ Plus articles about improvisation, Navajo weaving techniques, art conservation, kintsugi, accidental inventions, imperfect music and crappy haircuts


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