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Dick Soller was born in 1927, and has spent the last 35 as an accomplished senior-circuit track and field athlete. All told, Soller has won 1,050 trophies, medals, or plaques.
With a side of coffee.
From a hard-nosed, First-Team All-Alantic Xavier grad to a superhero in the eyes of his European fanbase
How did a distillery in Lawrenceburg that everybody still calls “Seagram’s” come to be the source of the best rye whiskey in America, and a helluva lot of good bourbon, too? It starts with the water—and the expertise of master distiller Greg Metze. Where it ends no one knows.
The road to a James Beard Award can be long and hard, and for Michael Anthony it ran from his parents’ garden in New Richmond through a bakery and farm in Japan, various high-test kitchens in Paris, and on to some of the swankier restaurants in New York. Still, all along the way, he never lost his appreciation for a really tasty beet.