Savor the Goods

Savor the Goods: Local Cuisine, Ethnic Flair

Panhandle PBS and West Texas Chefs Table again will join forces to showcase the region's culinary masters in one-of-a-kind dining experiences!

This season, local chefs will focus their talents on ethnic ingredients. You’ll definitely want a seat at their tables.

Tickets to each dinner are $75 (look below for direct links to each dinner).

Each event will begin at 6 p.m. and will include food and drinks with the ticket price.

Call 806-371-5479 to reserve a table of 8 for $500 (a savings of $100!), or to subscribe to the whole series of four dinners.

 

 

Chef Steve BautistaChef Steve BautistaPhoto by Nicole Dunnam

Dinner 1: Joe Mendez and Steve Bautista

At this season's first dinner, Executive Chef Joe Mendez and Chef Steve Bautista of Embassy Suites Amarillo - Downtown and 1887 Social House will craft a menu inspired by international flavors: international street food appetizers, Caprese salad, seared scallops with tri-colored carrot puree and boursin risotto and Donut Stop bread pudding with crème fraiche.

The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. June 6 at Embassy Suites Amarillo - Downtown, 550 S. Buchanan St.

Click here for tickets.

 

 

Chefs Rory Schepisi, Albert Vargas and Sam BlackburnChefs Rory Schepisi, Albert Vargas and Sam BlackburnPhoto by Nicole Dunnam

Dinner 2: Sam Blackburn, Rory Schepisi and Albert Vargas

Executive Chef Sam Blackburn of Northwest Texas Healthcare System Sodexo and Chef/Owner Rory Schepisi and Chef Albert Vargas of The Drunken Oyster will be featured.

The trio will craft a menu inspired by Japanese, Mexican and Italian cuisines. (Final menu to be determined.)

The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. July 25 at a location to be determined.

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Chefs Jessica Higgins and Rhonda ObenhausChefs Jessica Higgins and Rhonda ObenhausPhoto by Nicole Dunnam

Dinner 3: Rhonda Obenhaus, Laura Yarber, Jessica Higgins

Chef Rhonda Obenhaus of Joe's Catering, Chef Laura Yarber of The Crave Factory and Hank's Brokerage, Chef Jessica Higgins of Girasol Cafe & Bakery and Chef Laura Maner of The Køkken will be featured.

They will craft a menu inspired by the founding women of the Texas Plains, including Native American and German women. (Final menu to be determined.)

The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. Sept. 19 at The Resplendent Garden, 11701 Truman St.

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Chefs Rocky Dunnam and Tanner BurnamChefs Rocky Dunnam and Tanner BurnamPhoto by Nicole Dunnam

Dinner 4: Rocky Dunnam and Tanner Burnam

Executive Chef Rocky Dunnam of Bivins Foundation, Bivins Pointe, Nineteen49 Catering and Rock'D Recipes and Executive Chef Tanner Burnam of Northwest Texas Healthcare System Sodexo will be featured.

They will craft a menu inspired by French cuisine. (Final menu to be determined.)

The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. Nov. 7 at Amarillo Botanical Gardens, 1400 Streit Drive.

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Sponsors

Support for this dinner series is provided by Affiliated Food ServiceAmarillo Classic EventsFirstBank Southwest and Reed Beverage. Support for the June dinner also is provided by South Texas Money Management and Embassy Suites Amarillo - Downtown. Support for the September dinner also is provided by The Resplendent Garden

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