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Paul Green
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  • Center Tuftonboro, NH
  • United States
  • TemporaryChef.com
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I have recently started exploring the art of picture taking again after a 30 year hiatus.  I bought a used Nikon D60 and a AF-S  Zoom Nikkor 70 – 300mm f/4.5 – 5.6G IF_ED telephoto lens.  Above is Copp’s Pond near my cabin in Tuftonboro, NH. Below is a Heron I startled and sent flying.

Flavor – with John Willoughby

My tongue danced as I read through, Deep Flavor, No Browning Required. My training practically mandated the sear citing the same Maillard reaction. Many Chefs claimed that it must be done to seal the flavor in. Here’s a Google page about the Maillard reaction along the length of which I found some pretty interesting reading. [...]

Ludwig Bemelmans

Some years ago I was living near  Killington, Vt. and attended an auction to benefit the Woodstock, Vt. animal shelter. ( No,   That – was the other Woodstock.) But I digress. By that point in time I had been working as a Chef long enough to prove in any court that I was certifiably masochistic [...]

Bottled Water

BOTTLED WATER     – $.70 to $2.00 @bottle TAP WATER -  .02 cents  per GALLON IF YOU  PAY $1  PER  16  OUNCE  CONTAINER,  BOTTLED WATER ADDS UP TO APPROX. $8 PER GALLON. Turn on the tap instead and save big money … and the environment. “…..if you’re a moderate water drinker who downs just one 16-ounce [...]

Emily Palmer Cape

This painting is for sale She was the FIRST WOMAN to graduate from Columbia University. In  1883  Columbia President Frederick A. P. Barnard, an early champion of higher education for women,  issued a call for New York area women interested in a higher education. Emily Cape was the single applicant. Ms. Palmer later became  very [...]
 

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Paul Green commented on susan holaday's blog post Is poaching fair game?
"Wherever I've lived and worked as a Chef and restaurateur most of the other establishments nearby were supportive of each other.   We borrowed from each other to cover food shortages, generally returning a bit more than borrowed.   We…"
Mar 19, 2011

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Paul Green was featured
Jun 30, 2010
wasabibobby and Paul Green are now friends
Jun 30, 2010

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Paul Green replied to Kathy Hamlin's discussion Recycling
"Kathy, Last February I posted about the glove dilemma. Please read: Gloves VS. Bare Hands Many millions, perhaps billions, of protective gloves are thrown away, and seldom does one see any attention paid to the situation."
Jun 27, 2010

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Paul Green commented on Dave Ott's blog post Easy way to get an employee to clean restaurant hood baffle filters on a daily basis
"Great method for a odious chore."
Jun 27, 2010

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Paul Green was featured
Jun 10, 2010

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Paul Green's discussion was featured
May 26, 2010

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Paul Green posted a discussion
May 25, 2010

Profile Information

Title
President/Founder
Company
TemporaryChef.com
Website
http://www.TemporaryChef.com
What best describes my company
Other
Interests
Career Advancement, Consulting, Discovering New Food, Locavore, Finding Investors, Learning, Making Friends, Networking, Organic Foods
Personal Quote
“I am only one; but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; I will not refuse to do the something I can do” - Helen Keller
Biography
Chef, Restaurateur, Entrepreneur, Consultant
Years in the Industry
34

Paul Green's Blog

Chef Throws Patron Out Of Restaurant

Posted on May 13, 2010 at 12:30am 3 Comments

".........we heard yelling — loud, sustained, top-of-lungs yelling — coming from

the kitchen
........................A few minutes later, the chef was at it again.



Fifteen seconds.



Another fifteen



And without much forethought, I pushed back my chair and walked through the… Continue

Urban Turbine Powers Restaurant - Owner Sells Excess Electricity

Posted on April 23, 2010 at 11:16am 0 Comments

Brian Great invested $375,000 in a wind turbine that generates 120% of the power needed to run his Great Escape restaurant in Schiller Park, Illinois. He estimates that it will earn back his costs in a decade.





It took nearly two years of planning… Continue

Your Copy Machine Tells All

Posted on April 23, 2010 at 5:05am 0 Comments

I had no idea that copy machines store data. The Buffalo News ran "Scrub copiers' memory before discarding"





CBS News had this article: "Digital Photocopiers Loaded with… Continue

Proofreading is Important

Posted on April 19, 2010 at 3:40pm 0 Comments

Spell check wouldn't have caught this mistake, but a good proofreader should have.



"...........pasta with "salt and freshly ground black people."

It's only a few letters off, but what a difference.

Proofread those menus and special inserts.

Summertime

Posted on April 17, 2010 at 3:53pm 0 Comments











An article in the Orange County Register talks about cautious optimism and quotes the National

Restaurant Association, saying, "Overall restaurant sales are projected to reach $580 billion in 2010, a

2.5 percent increase compared to 2009 sales .… Continue

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At 12:31pm on March 30, 2010, Michael Biesemeyer said…
At 9:19am on July 27, 2009,
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Alyson Mar, RD
said…
Hi Paul, thanks for the article, I think I'll use it for my next company newsletter.
At 9:38am on June 23, 2009, Ashley Howard said…
Hi Paul,
I just read your "Localizing & Greenscapes" article and thought that you brought up and interesting issue that many restaurants face about local food being more expensive and customers being broker. I just posted a comment on it about my thoughts, but I just wanted to swing by your profile and let you know that I appreciated someone bringing up an issue that rarely gets discussed. Cheers!
At 6:58pm on March 26, 2009,
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Paul Paz
said…
Hey Paul...
ScheduleFly is much easieer than you think plus they offer very accessible support. The cool thing is you can sample them with their 30-Day free trial with no obligation! If you're bit shy to try it... have one of your lead staffers use it with just one department for the 30-day FREE trial Our younger counter parts already use this type of technology and they could become your key players in making use of this technology in-house.
Paul
At 8:25pm on March 19, 2009, Leslie Howard said…
Thanks Paul! Was that graphite-ly put?
At 8:44pm on January 28, 2009, Brandon Wilborn said…
Thanks for the add!
At 1:58pm on January 21, 2009,
Non-Operator
Paul Green
said…
I have 5 requests to connect in my inbox that have no photo or any other information about who they are. One of the reasons I am here is to connect with people, but I am hesitant to do so without some idea who the requesting party is. If I've offended you by deleting your request, I apologize. Please try again.
At 2:27am on January 15, 2009, Andy Swingley said…
Thanks for the contact add Paul. Your NRN piece was impressive, congrats!
At 3:57pm on January 12, 2009, Patti said…
Hello Paul Green!
I saw your blurp in NRN today!
Good for you!
Patti xoxo
At 6:15pm on January 7, 2009, Patti said…
Hi Paul Green!
Here's a good one for you!
You first parents of the human race . . . who ruined yourself for an apple, what might you have done for a truffle?"

Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin (1755-1826)
Patti xoxo
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