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My self-summary
I've spent twenty years in and around kitchens. This is a large part of who I am. I try not to offend people with my particular brand of snark.... and mostly succeed. I've found that other industry folk fare better than most. When out of work, I cook food, brew beer, garden, forage, and generally avoid being indoors.
What I’m doing with my life
I am a chef in Boston (an actual chef, not just a title with a clipboard). I cook, I seek out amazing new food, I brew and forage. I read quirky sci-fi when I have the time, and listen to entirely too many audiobooks (because, apparently, it's not a good idea to read and drive).

I am happily married to an amazing woman. We have a beautiful daughter who is funny, way too smart for *my* own good, and all around amazing.

My wife and I are exploring an open arrangement. Er... and I realize that may mean different things for different people, so let me explain a bit. I am interested in meeting new people, hanging out, talking about life, the universe and everything, trying new restaurants, finding great dive bars, and making fun of hipsters. Seriously. I am *not* looking for a playmate, hook-up, or the next ok-cupid-horror-story. If there's anything else you'd like to know, just ask- I'm an open book... or maybe a well-illustrated manga or graphic novel. Anyway, just ask!
I’m really good at
Most things that use my hands and brain.
I'm an avid gardener; at least, I try to be. I largely brew all the beer I drink. I still play with Legos whenever I have an opportunity. Oh, and I can procrastinate like no other.
The first things people usually notice about me
People tell me I smirk a lot. I think that's probably because I'm about to say something sarcastic or snarky.

My car. Really. It's a fully restored, dropped, matte black '56 Beetle. Her name is Sue - after the T-rex skeleton at the Field Museum in Chicago.

Oh, and I can't spell my way out of a wet paper bag. Thank you, spell-check.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Anything from the Hitchhikers series, the Dresden Files, Nevada Barr, Christopher Moore. I am hopelessly addicted to audio books.

Sherlock, supernatural, grimm, firefly,
I really don't watch much TV

I listen to almost everything; from Thievery to zero7 Moe. and Glactic some old rap and even a bit of country.
Six things I could never do without
In completely no order!
1. Green spaces
2. My tools (knives and hand)
3. My family
4. My zombie dinosaur car
5. Coffee
6. Good food
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Good food. . . Pure and simple
On a typical Friday night I am
At work, on the line, ensuring that my diners are enjoying their Friday night.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I absolutely hate dunkin donuts. Really awful coffee
You should message me if
If you enjoy good food, snarky banter, have worked in the restaurant industry and "get it," and can build cool things with Legos.

If you'd like to grab a beer and chat, or better yet, make some beer.

If your aren't frightened by cooking with a chef and would like to collaborate on dinner together.
The two of us