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Now semi-retired, I currently live in Cincinnati with my wife. We have one daughter, Julia, who is currently in college taking up behavioral psychology.

I enjoy playing golf and experimenting in the kitchen. My wife and I are avowed Anglophiles and enjoy British dishes. We hope to author a book on the underappreciated art of the British culinary tradition. So, watch out for a Wayne Imber-penned cookbook soon.

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The perfect traditional buttery Cornish Pasty recipe

The Conish Pasty is a traditional British recipe that’s known and loved by many. According to its heritage, the pasty originated with the Conish tin miners who would make the meal if they are unable to return to the surface during lunchtime. Culinary enthusiast Wayne Imber shares a hearty Cornish Pasty recipe that you and … Continue reading The perfect traditional buttery Cornish Pasty recipe

Wellingtons and Shooters: Rethinking the classic beef sandwich

The many ways of cooking and consuming beef is a highlight of English culinary tradition. For steak lovers, the Great British family of beef sandwiches and savories is one that’s not to be missed. This, of course, includes that barmy British staple, beef wellingtons—seasoned beef steaks and mushrooms wrapped in baked puff pastry. We have … Continue reading Wellingtons and Shooters: Rethinking the classic beef sandwich

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