EDIT: Make sure you season the steak, all of it, even the fat running down the side. I use sea salt, pepper, red bell pepper, onion and garlic powder, paprika. Don't start until the oil in your pan is smoking. After 2:30 or 3 mins med to high heat (med/rare), flip steak. Add a few sticks of thyme, crushed clove of garlic, butter if you wish. It doesn't need butter if you're watching calories. But, why not? You're eating steak, so what's the point? Shake pan a few times to mix the ingredients. Don't forget to turn the strip steak on it's side and cook the fat, if you didn't season the fat in the beginning, you're missing out.
I can honestly say the above steak tastes better than any steak I've had anywhere. Including Ruth's Chris, Capital Grill, 5 star hotels I've stayed at all over the country. The only place that topped it was Ramsay's Steak in Vegas. As it is his recipe.
recruiters: why would you possibly waste your, and my, time emailing if i'd be interested in a job in which i would be taking a pay cut, a demotion in responsibility, and a contract position to boot
are you just hilariously lazy or get paid based on the number of people you harass per day or what
Seriously. I started a new job about 6 weeks ago, and promptly updated my LinkedIn to show that I am now at a new place as an FTE, along with removing the Job Search option in the "Contact for" section. Other than coming out and saying "Don't Contact me for new opportunities - I"M NOT LOOKING RIGHT NOW", how much more clear could I have made it for you? Yet I still get at least one recruiter a week asking if I'm interested in their opportunity.
If we are, I want to paid at least as much as Honey Boo Boo...which I am proud to say I've never watched.
I hate that show, for one simple reason, they stole my nickname. I was having a conversation about classic commercials with a coworker one day and cereals came up. Then Golden Crisp cereal came up, which if anyone remembers had a TV mascot of a bear, named "Sugar Bear." My daughter was born a couple weeks later, and I nicknamed her sugar bear. Randomly one day somebody asked me, "Oh did you get that from the Honey Boo Boo show?"