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Enjoy pan-seared steaks while at home

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By Paul Suplee, MBA, CEC, PC-3 As I sit here on Day 18 after closing the restaurant, I sip my black coffee, eating Genoa salami on wheat with Duke’s mayonnaise and spicy brown mustard. Ah yes, the German side comes out of me on such rainy mornings … occasionally, that is. Next,  I have to… Read more »

Flank steak accompanied by yakitori sauce

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By Paul Suplee, MBA, CEC, PC-3 “I dare say, this is the best cup of coffee that I have ever had.” Her father raised one eyebrow inquisitively while his daughter (my then-girlfriend) burst out in laughter, and the rest of the guests were stupefied that a 25-year-old would say something so seemingly archaic and, well, elderly…. Read more »

Knock-your-socks-off bread pudding recipe

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By Paul Suplee If I ever approach you with a plate of food and say something akin to, “Try this. It’s stupid,” that means that I am fully confident that you will relish in the decision. In this case, ‘stupid’ means stupendous or amazing in all things flavor. And that is not to say that… Read more »

The old microwaved steak bit, huh?

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By Paul Suplee I wake up starving. by stomach is grumbling as I stir in this comfortable bed in Atlantic City. Here for a food show, I think about the money I won on the blackjack table last night and then immediately my mind goes to dinner. Oh, dinner. Oh, you comedy of errors. For… Read more »

Only March lamb is in this Shepherd’s Pie

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By Paul Suplee “In like a lion, out like a…” Oh, shut up, March and go home. You’re drunk. Usually one to moderately mock people who publicly and regularly bemoan the winter season, I am now ready to raise my pitchfork to Mother Nature and demand summer! Of course, I do remember past springs when… Read more »

Shaking off the dust while waiting for spring to spring

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By Paul Suplee The question remains, is spring ever going to come? We all know that it is, but we are in that two to three-week window where everyone is tired of the cold and just waiting for some good news from the weatherman. Of course, waiting on reliable, good news from the weatherman is… Read more »

Some people can be real jerks. Food, too.

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By Paul Suplee Years ago, we took the kids to Great Wolf Lodge in the Pocono Mountains. It was a multiple-family trip, and one of the fathers made it plainly obvious that he would have rather been at a professional development day at work than on this trip with a commune’s share of wild-eyed children…. Read more »

On snowy winter days and sizzling seafood

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By Paul Suplee I imagine that you are tucked under a cozy blanket in front of a fireplace while you read this. And by that time, the mystery as to whether it was actually going to snow will have been solved. One meteorologist says this, while another says that. Moreover, with defiant assurance, a third… Read more »

Oysters are easy. Teaching? Not so much.

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By Paul Suplee “What will I teach them first? How to break down a chicken? Vegetables? Seafood and shellfish? Baking? Meat fabrication? This is going to be great!” These thoughts and many more rolled through my mind as I excitedly awaited starting my new job. Then I started my new job. I vividly recall my… Read more »

Pickled green beans: a bloody mary’s BFF

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By Paul Suplee  Temperatures in the teens, the polar vortex splitting arctic air into pieces that are saturating us with frigid weather, and firewood that just won’t light despite every effort are all playing their role in this being a chilly morning in the homestead. [Pause] OK, I was able to get the fire started… Read more »