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table of contents 1. Welcome 2. Place 3. People 4. Design it! 5. Comfort food 6. So simple so good 7.

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Welcome! „What if You Are...?” Jakiś czas temu z wielkikm zaciekawieniem i ekscytacją oglądałam warsztaty online fotograficzne (creative Live workshop) Penny De Los Santos - genialnej fotografki. W końcowej części Penny postanowiła opowiedzieć o sobie, o chwili, kiedy decydowała się na szkołę fotografii. Jechała wtedy samochodem ze swoim bratem, romawiali, ona była pełna zdenerwowania i wątpliwości, czy to dobra decyzja. W pewnej chwili zapytała go: What if I’m not good enough? Jej brat na nią spojrzał i bez wahania odpowiedział: Penny... What if You are?? I tak to wszystko się zaczęło. To zdarzenie (jak i wiele innych) a dokładnie to stwierdzenie „What if You are?” mocno wpłynęło na moją decyzję aby w końcu robić to, co kocham. I tak oto, dzięki ciężkiej pracy powstał Crumble Magazine. Jestem bardzo dumna z tego, że mogę Wam go dziś zaprezentować pierwszy numer pełen dobrego jedzenia, fotografii, miejsc, designu. Jednocześnie jestem pełna wiary, że przyjmiecie go z zaciekawieniem i będziecie wracać często do niego i do następnych numerów. Stay tuned!

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Zuccini fritters with tomatoe relish

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Soba noodles

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END OF SUMMER End of carnivals

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Plum plum plum

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Plum Tart Ingredients: Puff pastry ready to use Plums (very sweet type)

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Hummus Plum jam

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Pears

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Recipes

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PHO TOG ADVE RAPHIC NTU RE IN N EPAL

PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP 9 – 18 November 2012, NEPAL

photoNepal has been offered to provide a unique experience for photographers who want to really expand their capabilities, learn new techniques, and practice in the company of other like-minded photographers under the watchful eye of experts. And here is the unique opportunity; photographers will not only be photographing some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, they will also have access to some of the Gurkha Welfare Trust’s network of Welfare Centres in Nepal and get to meet and photograph retired Gurkhas in their environment and help record their stories. Seb, Johnny & Chris Price: £1250 per person (£980 per person if booked before 29 February 2012) Location: Nepal Want to join us? email us at: name(at)surname.com More info: www.photonepal.co.uk * All profits made will be donated to directly to the Gurkha Welfare Trust on completion 32| CRUMBLE MAGAZINE | FALL 2011


Sebastian Bober Photographer

Sebastian is Polish photographer, living in UK since 2005. He is specialising in conceptual portraits, music and promotional photography. He is a great admirer of stobist style lighting, making a great use out off off camera flashes – he will be teaching his techniques during workshops in Nepal. To see Sebastian’s full portfolio, please visit his website: www.sebastianbober.com

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Johnny Fenn Photographer

Johnny Fenn studied photography before working as a photographer for a newspaper. A change of career saw him commissioned from the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst into the Army and has subsequently served in Brunei, East Timor, Canada, Germany, Bosnia, Iraq and Nigeria. He was chief instructor at Sandhurst and was the deputy Chief of Staff of the Brigade of Gurkhas. Johnny has been the Field Director of the Gurkha Welfare Scheme based in Pokhara, Nepal since March 2011. His passion for photography has continued throughout his military service and he has run photographic societies in the UK and Nigeria. He specialises in portraits, and examples of his work can be found at www.johnnyfenn.co.uk

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Johnny Fenn studied photography before working as a photographer for a newspaper. A change of career saw him commissioned from the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst into the Army and has subsequently served in Brunei, East Timor, Canada, Germany, Bosnia, Iraq and Nigeria. He was chief instructor at Sandhurst and was the deputy Chief of Staff of the Brigade of Gurkhas. Examples of his work can be found at www.christopherterry.com

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? It’s like a falling apart jungle of rotting places. Full of trash on the streets both now finally accept is like a place of contradictions. Yet it has it’s own beauty that reet I see a lonely person with umbrella catching a bus in a rain, a moment that onder in my eyes. I heard that phrase “dying people see happiness everywhere” es I find it there. And all around that moment Brooklyn with it’s old subway going cky air and so on… Yet still beautiful. Nothing in it is trivial. Absolutely nothing.

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aw, draw it!

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RECIPES | ILLUSTRATION BY JUSTINE HAPETA

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My comfort food is...

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Pancakes

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doing it relaxes me

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Apple pie

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apple pie’s

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Carrot cake vegan

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The soothing food. Cozy. Not for guests and not for the Just for me. Just for you. Wraps you taste like a blanket on a cold day. Warms you like a fire crackling in the fireplace. Emotions in food? Comfort food.

cacao, soup, confi what is your c

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fiture, pancakes? comfort food? Describe what, why and how you making it. One of the best will be placed in the next issue! The winner will have his /hers recipe printed in the next issue of Crumble Magazine, styled by me and shot by a top photographer. email us: biscuit@biscuit.com CRUMBLE MAGAZINE | FALL 2011 | 85


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Recipes

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MUST

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HAVE!

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design

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Autumn inspirat

In my parent’s garden in fall

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Poppy-heads

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Design it!

1. Hang it all!, www.vitra.com 2, Ceramic clocks, www.vitra.com 3. Eames House Bird, www.vitra.com

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It makes me smile!

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Ocean photo session

Photography | Text by Sebastan Karwowski Model: Farah Nazz Dress by Babs Maria Malinowska

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„When I grow up, I want to live near the sea Crab claws and bottles of rum That’s what I’ll have, staring at the seashell Waiting for it to embrace me”*

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„Water is my eye Fearless on my breath Teardrop on the fire Of a confession Most faithful mirror You’re stumbling a little”*

*from Massive Attack, Teardrop

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„Love, love is a verb Love is a doing word Gentle impulsion Shakes me, makes me lighter Fearless on my breath Teardrop on the fire Fearless on my breath”*

*from Massive Attack, Teardrop

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Figs I like figs very much - softly, velvet, with beautiful colour (also inside). In the sweet version or in a dry. Figi są uważane za jeden z pierwszych owoców, jakie człowiek nauczył się suszyć i przechowywać. Już starożytni Grecy i Rzymianie doceniali ich walory, uważając figi za wyjątkowo odżywcze i pokrzepiające. Miały czynić ludzi bardziej silnymi i wytrzymałymi, pozwalającymi dłużej zachować młody wygląd i zdrowie. Jedli je atleci przygotowujący się do Igrzysk Olimpijskich. Były też pierwszym olimpijskim "medalem” dla zwycięzców. Starożytni Egipcjanie często wkładali koszyk fig, jako dar dla chowanych zmarłych ważnych obywateli. Zawierają witaminy C, z grupy B oraz karoten. Są bardzo bogate w sole mineralne, zawierają m.in. potas, magnez i fosfor. Są najlepszym źródłem wapnia spośród wszystkich roślin.

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Składniki, 1 porcja: • garść szpinaku sałatkowego o małych listkach • 1 świeża figa pokrojona na półplasterki • kawałek sera koziego (np. rolady koziej) lub 2 łyżki twarożku koziego • oliwa z oliwek extra vergin (1 łyżka) • sok z cytryny (1 łyżka) • miód płynny (1 łyżeczka) • sól i pieprz Przygotowanie: Szpinak opłukać, osuszyć, wyłożyć do salaterki, dodać figę i pokruszony ser kozi. Oprószyć solą morską i świeżo zmielonym pieprzem. Polać oliwą, sokiem z cytryny i miodem.

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