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So I have retreated to my home town of Olean to mend my financial fences after three years of globe trotting, business and personal misadventures all of which is chronicled in this blog. And the best thing is I am really feeling good about it.

Kate Sager at the Olean Times Herald wrote a really nice article OLEAN TIMES HERALD ARTICLE and I have been landing several new law and mediation clients each week. All good right?

knivesTomorrow I am teaching my first culinary class at Cutco Cutlery Company. Knife skills, because they make some hot ass sharp knives and Intro to Italian Cuisine because that is what I know. And, I am actually getting paid.

I must admit that I am still more excited about Italian cuisine than legal affairs but I have to pay the bills and I get to have some fun cooking at the same time.

I hope to get some good photo’s to use in my next post.

Stay tuned.







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Today we have our 4th of 7 theory tests and our 2nd of 3 practical tests. I’ll do a good post tomorrow and let you know the results. Just a few photo’s to start your day. I am getting pretty good at this. I hope its on today’s test.

Filleting a Pompano, a round, saltwater fish.

Step 1. Remove guts, fins and head. Rinse.

Using long strokes with a very sharp fillet knife work carefully along the back bone from head to tail. Remove fillet 1 and trim. Fish pliers are used to remove pin bones.

Both Fillets removed, bones and head get disgorged an used for fish stock. Cutco scissors, the best in the world and made in Olean, in background.

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