Sarah Poole/News Jay Poole displaying the steak dinner he prepared using his Quick Steak Recipe. Jay has been successfully cooking delicious steaks for his family for more than a decade.

Sarah Poole/Mount Vernon News

Jay Poole displaying the steak dinner he prepared using his Quick Steak Recipe. Jay has been successfully cooking delicious steaks for his family for more than a decade. Request this photo

 

My husband and I are huge steak fans. But, I guess that isn’t saying much, due to the fact that nearly every American shares the same opinion: Steaks are delicious. But when it comes to actually cooking steaks, my culinary skills don’t particularly shine. I usually end up serving over-cooked, beef hockey pucks. So, whenever it’s steak night at the Poole house, I gladly pass my apron to my husband, Jay, who has been successfully cooking steaks for over a decade.

“I remember I started cooking steaks when I was in high school,” Jay said. “My father had (in his youth) worked at a steakhouse and he was kind of the first person to introduce me to steaks.”

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Sarah Poole: 740-397-5333 or spoole@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

 

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