How do you fuel the world's best cyclists for the premier race on the planet? No, not with steroids. At least that's not the approach of Colorado native Sean Fowler. One of Fowler's jobs after leading kitchens at Cucina Leone and Ranelles in Denver is as the team chef for Garmin-Cervelo, which is currently leading the Tour de France through five stages. Fowler provides 5,000 to 8,000 calories worth of snacks and meals per rider each day. Head over to Cafe Society for the full story.
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