Celtic Knot Bracelet

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in DIY Style | 0 comments

Celtic Knot Bracelet

Since St. Patrick’s Day just happened, I offer this macramé leather bracelet. Here in the U.S., St. Patrick’s Day is often viewed as a drinking holiday, and while I have no problem with all that green beer and Irish whiskey, I’ve got a more subtle and...

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Paninis

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in Fabio Viviani's Kitchen Academy Blog | 0 comments

Paninis

While Panini may be delicious and savory, can we make a healthier version?  Here are some tips to achieve a healthier Panini sandwich! First thing’s first, we need to have a base to build our sandwich on, so let’s talk bread.  There are so many...

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CEO Mindset

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in Business 101 | 0 comments

CEO Mindset

It’s all about the high life guys; Fast cars, fast money, big fancy luxurious items from jewelry to collectibles to watches.  That’s what it’s all about in the business world, right?  WRONG. Don’t mishear me America – all those things are possible...

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Business First

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in Business 101 | 0 comments

Business First

It’s time we all grow up, America.  I’m here to tell you that your business is only as good as the people working for and with you. . When you get to the point where you want to go out on your own because “your boss or coworkers don’t understand...

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Under Lock and Key

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in Fabio Viviani's Wine 101 | 0 comments

Under Lock and Key

I’ve been all over the world, #TeamFabio. I’ve been in caves down in South America, seen desert in middle of Africa, and seen some of the most wonderful traveling stone exhibitions in London.  But one thing that has always made me almost tear up like a...

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The Depths Below

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in Fabio Viviani's Wine 101 | 0 comments

The Depths Below

It’s time for a story #TeamFabio – the perfect way to store wine When i was growing up in Italy, my father would often have some of his dear friends over 2-3 times a year because they lived too far away to come more often.  They would sit at the...

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