The Weekender Issue 36 is available now in English on loremnotipsum.com. New start: How a couple found happiness in a Danish seaside town. Savory: A study of salt as a commodity. Coveted: A visit to a winery in Burgundy. Plus: A garden full of art in Brazil, a vacation home in Austria, the Tintin Museum in Belgium. And much more. Hello, summer!
It is now exactly ten years since we celebrated the publication of our first issue in Berlin. It was a mild spring evening, spent mostly on the sidewalk in front of the shop with drinks and countless friends. At the time, we simply couldn’t foresee where the journey with this magazine would take us. That is why we are pleased to welcome you to this thirty-sixth issue, now in the second memorable summer of Corona. But experience has taught us: fortunately, things go on. Creating each issue of THE WEEKENDER has become a much treasured constant for us. And we hope that you, dear readers, look forward to the pub- lication of our twice-yearly »magazine for insights and excursions.«
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Content: The Weekender Issue 36 (English)
From the Heart of Italy
What does ethical meat consumption look like? With this question in their pocket, Valentina Raffaelli and Luca Boscardin spent a year traveling through Italy in a camper van. The result of their road trip is a book about Italian cuisine from innards, which proves that no part of the animal is inferior.
Mallorca is the only place in Europe that has preserved the tradition of ikat. At Teixits Riera in Lloseta, the production of the so-called »fabric of flames« is now in its fourth generation.
House by the Lake
Catharina and Volkmar Weiss have created a second home for themselves and their daughters in the Austrian countryside. This simple life at the Thurnberg Reservoir not only inspires the family, it’s also influenced their professions.
Freedom from the Sea
For decades, women in Zanzibar were not allowed to work or earn money. Harvesting seaweed changed that—and women were able to emancipate themselves from their husbands. Now climate change is threatening seaweed farming.
- A garden full of art in Brazil
- A vacation home in Austria
- The Tintin Museum in Belgium
- And much more. Hello, summer!
132 pages, 21,5 × 28,5 cm