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||East Hartford, CT
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||Ex-IT geek, who finally has been given the time, and opportunity to pursue his love of cooking. Nothing makes me happier than the smiles and feelings my food invokes in people I serve it to. I have mainly cooked at home with some catering experience at my Masonic lodge.
|Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
||Photography, Freemasonry, Hiking, Cycling, Exploring new places, and of course Cooking.
|What I do for a living:
||Chef de partie @ http://41bridgestreet.com
X86BSD's Recent Activity
Need New Kitchen SHOES! Any Recommendations?
X86BSD posted in this thread in Professional Chefs 3/28/13 at 6:01am | 58 replies | 75844 views
Should I have the courage to ask a restaurant for a recipe?
What computer software/application you use for storing recipes?
X86BSD posted in this thread in Cooking Equipment Reviews 3/25/13 at 9:34am | 6 replies | 1236 views
Can anyone reccomend a good curry recipe book?
X86BSD posted in this thread in Cookbook Reviews 2/4/13 at 9:48am | 46 replies | 15659 views
Chefs and Freemasons
X86BSD posted in this thread in The Late Night Cafe (off-topic) 2/2/13 at 2:55pm | 3 replies | 581 views
new head chef in Illinois
X86BSD posted in this thread in New User Introductions 11/20/12 at 6:47pm | 4 replies | 277 views
Question about calculating food cost % using Peters formula for a brunch item.
X86BSD posted in this thread in Professional Chefs 8/17/12 at 9:42am | 14 replies | 4048 views
How to deal with piss poor attitudes and child like tantrums?
X86BSD posted in this thread in Professional Chefs 7/2/12 at 7:28pm | 27 replies | 2892 views
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