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This week we talk about influencer murders. Dana tells us about Andrew Cunanan and the assassination of an original influencer, Gianni Versace. She covers the background of the Versace family and the road that brought the two fated men’s paths to cross. Nydia tells us about the still unsolved murder of influencer Alexis Sharkey. She covers the series of events leading up to the night of her murder and also possible suspects. Cindy tells us about food influencers. As if we need convincing to eat her delicious meals.
For dinner this week, Cindy made a pancetta and goat cheese loaded pasta (minus the pancetta) recipe from the food influencers over on Gather and Feast. For dessert, she pulled another recipe from their archives; a creamy vanilla baked cheesecake with Cointreau whipped cream and fresh summer fruit. The meal was paired with Villa Sparina Gavi, an excellent Italian white wine from the region of Piedmont.
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