I’m not saying this is the last popup dinner I’ll ever do but I am saying that this might be one of your last chances to check one out and it’s going to be a good one. While I have loved hosting these events this past year, I have a bigger event in mind that I’d like to focus some energy on. I know that many of you have grown to love these intimate dinners too, so don’t worry, I think we’ll have a few of them here and there. In the meantime, while I figure it all out, I hope you’ll join us for the next popup dinner featuring Chef Jeremy Pacheco from Lon’s.
Join us for a beautiful evening celebrating the exclusive launch of a new essay series in Edible Phoenix. From the mind of local food photographer, Debby Wolvos comes Arizona on a Plate. This is a collaboration between Debby, Edible Phoenix and Eatable Events. At the popup event, we will be unveiling the first part of the series to our guests before anybody else knows about it or sees it. You’ll have this one time opportunity to get to taste the dish featured in Edible Phoenix and the huge opportunity to meet the featured Chef, while he prepares a phenomenal meal for you. You’ll also get this exclusive chance to meet the people behind the featured ingredient, Pamela from Edible Phoenix, Sam Pillsbury a local wine maker and Debby Wolvos, the photographer.
We will have a sneak of the article featured in Edible Phoenix magazines and will provide a gift subscription to attendees. You’ll be able to see and hear first hand the inspiration behind Debby’s idea for the project, how the Chef works with the farmer to pick out the ingredients and so much more. We are bringing Debby’s pictures to life and I can’t wait to eat that pasta dish! The featured Chef Pacheco is from a local upscale Scottsdale restaurant inside a luxury boutique hotel known for giving diners a culinary experience to remember. Chef has worked in Phoenix the majority of his career but left for two years and gained celebrity status during his stints in Las Vegas as a chef for the Encore and Wynn properties.
What is Edible Phoenix: it is a quarterly publication promoting the abundance of local foods in Phoenix and its surrounding Valley communities. Pamela Hamilton is the founder, publisher and editor of Edible Phoenix. She has enjoyed living, food shopping and dining around the world and is an avid cookbook collector. Pamela is the Governor of the Southwest region for Slow Food and is a member of Les Dames D’Escoffier. She is a past co-leader of Slow Food Phoenix and currently serves as Treasurer for the local chapter. Pamela has served as a board member for Community Food Connections and on the advisory board for Edible Communities. She was formerly a management consultant and holds a Bachelor degree from Stanford University.
Debby Wolvos is always around town shooting events and food! She has had a lifelong love affair with food and chefs. Her work has been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers including Travel + Leisure, Modern Luxury, USA Today, Southwest Airlines Magazine, Market Watch Magazine, Edible Phoenix, Phoenix Magazine, Arizona Foothills Magzine and Thrillist. She is a contract photographer for cookbooks including The Daily Feast, and has clients including the James Beard Foundation, P F Chang’s, PBS, Arizona State University, Costco, Les Dames d’Escoffier, and the Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts.
Tickets are non-refundable. Food to be served will be prepared in a kitchen that is not regulated or inspected by the Arizona Department of Health Services or by the Maricopa County Environmental Services Department. Because of the nature of the event, we cannot accommodate allergies or other dietary restrictions, sorry!
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