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Here, dining is the families' business

Giorgio Vestri (left), the former owner of family-run Caffe Il Cipresso in Tyngsboro, helps new chef Devin Rogers. Rogers has kept many of Vestri's signature dishes on the menu. Giorgio Vestri (left), the former owner of family-run Caffe Il Cipresso in Tyngsboro, helps new chef Devin Rogers. Rogers has kept many of Vestri's signature dishes on the menu. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Joyce Pellino Crane
Globe Correspondent / December 12, 2007

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TYNGSBOROUGH - It's not easy stepping into someone else's kitchen. But Kathleen Delpero is certain she can simmer Giorgio Vestri's sauces with the same Etruscan flair he and his family demonstrated at Caffe il Cipresso for the past 12 years. (Full article: 609 words)

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