How about your least favorite thing to cook?
What is your favorite local restaurant and what is one you are dying to try out?
Brasa is my favorite, would love to try B-spot
Music and food go together so beautifully. You are hosting a dinner party, what would be on your playlist?
What would you choose to be your last meal on earth?
Prime Rib, Bacon wrapped Beef Tenderloin, Cheesy Potatoes, and Angel food cake with Heath bar topping
What are you currently reading?
The Little Critter Collection
What is your favorite Kitchen Gadget?
Do you have a signature go-to dish?
Bacon Cheddar Cheeseburgers
What is your favorite thing about the Cleveland area?
that my whole family lives here
Do you have a favorite meal from your childhood and do you cook it today?
Prime Rib, Mased Potatoes, Corn, and Sweet Pickled Watermelon Rind- and yes!
Top 3 Movies of all time?
Boon Dock Saints
what has been your happiest moment in life?
The birth of my daughter and the upcoming birth of another!
Where do you do your grocery shopping?
Giant Eagle and Mazzulos
What is your favorite guilty pleasure when it comes to food?
Bacon Wrapped Beef Tenderloin and Crab Legs
Can you tell me about what you are most proud of?
That I have been able to start my own company and watch it grow enough to provide for my wife and growing family.
Do you have Culinary Resolutions that you would like to accomplish this year?
To try a wider variety of foods
3 lb center cut chuck roast
Cover meat and roast at 325 for 1 hour. Raise temperature to 375 and roast for an additional hour. Add potatoes and carrots roast until tender.
Uncover and roast until golden brown.
Serve with fresh Italian bread
Jason, thank you so much for doing this interview for me! I'm looking forward to seeing more of you guys this summer and to finally meet your beautiful baby girl, Dylan! I have been wanting to try your Pot Roast recipe for sometime now, so thank you for choosing it! I have to add, I had never heard of sweet pickled watermelon rind before eating dinner at your house; what a cool thing! I might just have to try and figure out how to make it myself one of these days!