Category Archive: Cuisine

La Bellezza di Far Niente

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Imagine you travel over 4,000 miles and literally run into someone you know – in an outdoor café, in a tiny piazza, in a random hillside village. It seems unlikely but this is… Continue reading

The Life of a World Tour Team Chef

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For many who follow pro cycling, and maybe those who don’t, there’s a curiosity about what it is, exactly, that riders eat. How riders get the most out of their food; how some… Continue reading

Le Village Départ

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There’s a place at the Tour de France where you can eat a waffle on a stick, watch a mime (clad in a Tour de France helmet), ride a Penny-farthing, and stand among… Continue reading

Pizza, No Pizza

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We might have arrived in Corsica to chase the Tour de France around the island, but who knew that we’d also be chasing pizza. Our first day in Corsica, we drove from the… Continue reading

It all started with the WeeFee. And Ended with Washing Laundry in the Shower.

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The Tour de France is a perfect microcosm for life itself. Everything that happens here can be applied knowledge to our daily existence. Take today as an example. Wed July 4th, Stage 4,… Continue reading

Les Gaufres de Liége & Le Tour de Pain

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At BrakeThrough Media, we spend a lot of time in Belgium. A. Lot. Somehow it became our Euro-home-away-from-home. Yes, We adore the quaint cobbled alleys of brocaded renaissance stone work. Jim has an… Continue reading