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                  Lovelane founder Debby Sabin and Ming Tsai (Photo: Brigitte Voelk)

There were chefs aplenty at this weekend's benefit for Lovelane, the therapeutic horse-riding program for children with disabilities. Held at Broad Oak Farm, the Dedham estate owned by Jim and Joanne Halpin, the event attracted an all-star lineup, included Ming Tsai, Jasper White, Michael Schlow, Gordon Hamersley, Seth and Angela Raynor, Blue Ribbon BBQ's Geoff Janowski, Will Kovel of 28 Degrees, Peter Davis of Henrietta's Table, Davios's Rodney Murillo, Phyllis Kaplowitz of Baker's Best, Eastern Standard's Jeremy Sewall, and Pigalle's Marc Orfaly. Headliners Little Feat were warmed up by Wyc Grousbeck's classic rock combo, French Lick, and Ray Allen's wife, Shannon, who debuted her new band, the Goonies.

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