Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Nick Offerman Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I’m enjoying the opportunity that ‘Parks And Recreation’ affords me to exploit my own soapbox agenda, which is to try to encourage people to make things with their hands.
We have such an embarrassment of riches when it comes to choice. Do you want to hike in the Alps? There are 300 pairs of shoes you can order within the next 10 minutes. You have your choice of everything.
If properly dried and trimmed, New York-style pizza could be used to make a box for Chicago-style pizza.
I have a Kenwood charcoal grill. In our house, if anybody is cooking, it’s me. I love making burgers. I love making pork tenderloin. Lamb chops I do on the grill a lot. But you just can’t beat brats.
If I had more time, I’d watch more woodworking or home-improvement shows, but, not enough hours in the day.
I would like Americans to make things with their hands. Thomas Jefferson and I feel that makes for a much stronger nation.
When I got my job on ‘Parks,’ it was so dreamy, kind of unfathomable. I didn’t think a job that excellent could exist for me.
When I got to Los Angeles, I started building cabins in peoples’ yards, building post-and-beam structures and cutting the joinery for those.
You know, it’s hard to beat bacon at anytime of day. But I also am a big fan of corned beef hash.
I have a corn creamer that I love. It extracts pulp and juice from kernels, and I simmer that down into a creamed corn that has an almost mashed potato-like consistency. I add butter and hit it with chopped fresh chives at the end for an accent of color.
I grew up in a small town in Illinois, and my dad was a basketball coach. Thanks to him, I have excellent fundamentals in both basketball and baseball.
When I hear young people today complain about being bored – and the things that keep them from being bored are generally exclusively videogames and/or computer pastimes – I just try to encourage them to go outside.
I am a saxophone player.
There have been a few occurrences where people in restaurants have sent me a rasher of bacon, which I am not going to turn my nose up at. I never let them down.
I’ve been working steadily as an actor since around 1998. I wasn’t well known in the public, but I was a dependable working journeyman.
When I was in high school, I would perform every year in those plays and there was something I really loved about it. But I was completely unaware that you could sort of get into an acting career.
I’ve had to learn and discipline myself that I’m much happier and much less depressed if I give myself a project. It’s just that simple.
For years I drove a big Ford F250 pickup. That was my ride because two-thirds of my work was wood work, and I’m always driving up to Northern California, where I harvest salvaged trees.
It’s funny, growing up there was never anybody around me with any kind of artistic bent.
I’ve learned through experience that to trouble celebrities with my handshake doesn’t do anybody any good.
My wife happens to be probably the greatest working woman in comedy. I can’t think of anyone who even approaches her achievements and her abilities.
I always had a lot of confidence in my work and the unique flavor I like to bring to my characters, but you know I’m not a huge dreamer.
I am always so happy to be at ‘SNL.’ I still feel like a kid when I’m there, like I can’t believe I’m watching them make the show.
I’m very hairy, and men in film and TV are no longer allowed to be hairy.
I worked a lot in Chicago’s theater scene as a fight choreographer. And so I do have a lot of experience in stage combat and also in Kabuki dance and Kabuki theater.