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Alexandra Athanasopoulou Köpping has 22 articles published.

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"Good food makes good people". In her column, Alexandra will present the culinary diversity that exists in Leipzig by discovering new and exciting places to eat. She will also present the family recipes from people who live in Leipzig, as a way to show the cultural diversity that exists in this city.

A tasty alternative for people who crave but cannot eat regular sushi (such as pregnant women)

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Our food columnist is a sushi lover and has been craving it, but cannot eat raw meat or fish, since she’s pregnant – so what to do? She found a simple, yummy alternative we think you will love, too.

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Restaurant review – Jimmy Orpheus at Leipzig west

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When you enter the café you immediately feel the fifties ambiance from the lamps to the tables and chairs. Then comes the menu. Instead of opting for a classical printed menu, the owners opted to invest a bit more in the design. The doodles of the food and drinks totally worked for me. In terms of content, their menu focused on quality instead of quantity; they have four breakfast options and perhaps six or seven lunch options, but almost all their products are regional and organic.

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“Je suis une fraise, manges moi!”

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I once met a guy who was learning in all possible languages the sentence “I am a strawberry, eat me!” Then when he met people from a specific nationality, he would say it in their language with a perfect accent. He said it was a nice ice breaker. I am not sure how successful it has been. Anyway, I thought of it as a nice title for my first recipe here in this blog.

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Mysterious, subtle, prolific street art in Florence and Pisa

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“This post is not about how Florence and Pisa are open air museums. This post is about this anonymous artist who has filled the walls of Florence and Pisa with discreet yet really cool doodles… It’s like a dialogue between the canvas and the paint, which makes the art so much more alive.”

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