High Tea at 10,000 Feet

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In this edition: A new take on ceramics, Germany's top female chef, a cafe with a view, ice climber Ines Papert, and Bryan Ferry's new album. Danish Design Duo "Claydies" - A profile on Karen Kjaeldgard-Larsen and Tine Broksø who are breaking all the molds with their take on ceramics. Star Trek - Douce Steiner's father held two stars at the Restaurant Hirschen in the Black Forest when she took over its kitchen in 2008. The Michelin Guide withdrew one of them a year later. Now she's won it back. In the 2013 edition, she's the only female chef in Germany whose cuisine can boast two Michelin stars. High Tea - Perched up at an altitude of 3,440 meters, the newly opened Cafe 3440 on the Pitztal Glacier is now the coolest and highest place in Austria to grab a refreshment. With its panoramic windows, it offers mountain views that are, literally, breathtaking. Ice Climber Ines Papert - A portrait of four times world champion in ice climbing Ines Papert. Bryan Ferry's New Album - British singer Bryan Ferry is celebrating 40 years in the business with a new album. It's called The Jazz Age and features new recordings of his greatest hits.

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