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Jul 2014

Sophia Loren, an extraordinary meal for an extraordinary woman

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Sophia Loren, Chef Michael Chiarello

Sophia Loren grew up in abject poverty. Her father abandoned the family, her mother was overwhelmed with life, and her grandmother somehow saved them by managing to create masterful meals …

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May 2014

Eileen Gordon Chiarello – On a Mission to Raise Barns, Among Other Things

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When dreams turn into reality, and reality is the catalyst for change, we must a raise a glass. A toast to my wife Eileen who had the vision to start …

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Mar 2014

Q&A with Robin Farina, VIP Team Leader

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How did your passion for cycling start? I didn’t get on a bike until after college. I had an injury when I was younger while playing soccer and as I …

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Mar 2014

Q&A with Chris Carmichael, Founder and CEO of Carmichael Training Systems

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How old were you when you first got into cycling? What made you decide to go pro? I’ve enjoyed riding a bike ever since I can remember, and I entered …

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