Euromaxx

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The Food Trends of 2020


What are the 2020 food trends? How does sustainable living influence what & how we eat? “Snackification” is a trend for 2020. At work or on the way to the metro, more people are grabbing a quick yet healthy bite.


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Meggin's perfect Weekend: A trip to Davos


Euromaxx reporter Meggin Leigh takes a whirlwind tour of the Swiss resort village Davos. Highlights include a visit to the Parsenn ski area and an evening chilling out in the icy Igloo Bar.


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Design Icons: 200 Years of Thonet


Legs, a seat and a back are technically all the parts needed to build a chair. The "Thonet and Design" exhibition in Munich's Pinakothek der Moderne museum shows that chairs can be much more.


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Visit the Zwolle ice-sculpture festival


Europe's biggest ice-sculpture festival is held every year in the Dutch city of Zwolle. This year's theme is "Journey Through Time." Artists from all over the world create beautiful sculptures out of frozen water.


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"Sacred Spaces" photography exhibition


French photographer Thibauld Poirier has assembled an impressive selection of images of modern churches. Poirier started taking these photographs in 2016, and now he's shot a total of 36 churches.


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Searching for unusual food items


Jörg Osswald is Germany's first "food scout." He tracks down unusual ingredients, often by meeting with regional food producers -- and has become a key link between farms and restaurants.


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Europe to the Maxx: Jungfraujoch station


Europe's highest rail station is located in the Swiss Alps at Jungfraujoch. Elevation: 3,454 meters. The station was completed in 1912, after 16 years of work. It's considered a monumental feat of engineering.


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Buy Me Once


More and more fashion labels are taking steps to make sure that their products are sustainable. Designers are using certified textiles to create long-lasting clothes, and some even offer free repairs or warranties.


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Gourmet cuisine for everyone


Anthony Sarpong opened his restaurant "Anthony’s Kitchen” in the town of Meerbusch, near Düsseldorf, in 2015. It’s since received a Michelin star three years running. Now, Sarpong is sharing his favorite recipes in a book called "Anthony’s Kitchen”.


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Kate's Bakes


Kate Jenkins makes sequin-covered sardines and bread that looks like the real thing -- all out of yarn and wool. The British textitle artist has been knitting and crocheting her humourous food creations since 2007.


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