I beg to differ.
The use of hyphens is critical in the English language.
It denotes the importance of mixed heritage and indicates the person using the hyphen to be of great importance.
Just ask hyphen lady at the Chamber of Commerce (For the uninitiated - Connie Majeure-Rhett) who believes that the Hyphenated name and a 6 figure salary gives credence to her importance to the community.........
In THAT vein I propose a change to your moniker, you should change it to Chef-n-Surf.
Doesn't that make you feel more important?
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