Please join the Harvard Club of Dallas for our Annual Mid-Winter Dinner at Stephen Pyles's restaurant, Stampede 66. We will have a special guest speaker this evening: Stephen Pyles himself.
Award willing chef, cookbook author, philanthropist, and educator, Pyles is one of the founding fathers of Southwestern cuisine. Pyles, along with his colleagues Dean Fearing, Robert Del Grande and Anne Lindsay Greer contributed to changes in the cuisine of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona.
Pyles, a fifth-generation Texan, has received numerous awards as well as nationwide recognition, including AAA Five Diamond Awards and (the first person from the Southwest) a Jame Boeard Award for 'Best Chef'. Stephan Pyles is the author of five cookbooks on Texan and Southwestern Cuisine. In addition to his many achievements, he also hosted the Emmy Award winning PBS television series 'New Tastes From Texas With Chef Stephan Pyles'. This series ran during 1998 and 1999 and included a number of guest Celebrity chefs, including Diana Kennedy, Rick Bayless, Patricia Quintana, Zarela Martinez, Americo Circuit and David Garrido.
$85 per person. Drink tickets are available for purchase at $10 per ticket. Click here to register.