Love Doe's Eat Place? Then you'll love Ben Preston, 26. This 6'5" chef is hotter than the 1,000-degree grill he uses to cook steaks to Doe's perfection! And he's awful sweet, too.
Not all of them. Just Evan, Mike and David. (Doe's owner) Paul Signa bought the house a while back, and we're renovating it.
Yeah, we teased him about it.
You wore me down.
Something like that.
Yes, I graduated from Paducah Tilghman in 2001.
No. That team was so good. They'd recruit players from other schools. I mostly played in church leagues and in pick-up games.
We're three and three now, I think.
Yeah, that was a good one. We'll play through the summer and then we go into a tournament.
It was toward the end of the game, and we were purposely fouling the other team to stop the ball. I fouled a few times, but the ref didn't call it. I didn't want to start fouling anyone any harder. So I asked the ref to please call my fouls. I didn't want to hurt any of those guys.
No, they do it in the pros.
Well, I guess it is.
I'm a sweet guy.
That's Evan's job. I mostly cook the spaghetti, meatballs, chili and the fries — anything fried. But I do the steaks sometimes when Evan's not there.
No, not that I've noticed.
Every once in awhile. I work so much. I work almost every day.
I guess you can. I don't see why not. I don't typically hit on them.
Someone with a good personality and a good sense humor.
I don't really have one. I like athletic gals who are fun to be around. Some girls I just click with. I'd like to meet someone.
I can make time.
Yes, I can.
Step 1 Cut up six to eight ounces of sirloin steak.
Step 2 Add steak seasoning. Doe's secret recipe includes Tony's Creole, meat tenderizer, garlic powder and salt.
Step 3 Cook medium well at 1,000 degrees. Usually takes about four minutes.
Step 4 Prepare salad.
Step 5 Slide on the steak.
Step 6 Serve!
Step 7 On Sundays, best accompanied by a very spicy Bloody Mary.