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Catering by Chamberlain’s In-Home Cooking Demonstration Parties

Photo courtesy of Catering by Chamberlain's 

What could possibly be better than dining out at one of Dallas’ finest restaurants, noshing on food prepared by a world-class celebrity chef? How about that same world-class chef, in person, in your own home, teaching and cooking a gourmet meal of your choosing? 

Picture the wine flowing, steak sizzling on the grill, friends gathered, while the chef offers his personal tips for cooking like a pro. Then you gather around the table to share each course. 

That’s exactly what Catering by Chamberlain’s is offering with their in-home cooking demonstrations. These demonstrations are similar to home TV cooking shows where the guests learn the preparation from the chef, plate the dishes, then enjoy eating the benefits, except in this case you smell the scallop searing, and can personally interact with the chef himself.

Tailored to the preferences of each individual client, each in-home experience can be exactly what you dream it to be. The team will work closely with you to cater to your every whim and create a menu reflecting your own food favorites and preferences. Typical gatherings range from 8-24 guests. 

The at–home cooking demo and dinner is the perfect opportunity to host an upscale, intimate affair, while not having to stress about doing the cooking yourself. That's something everyone can get excited about. 

Chef Richard Chamberlain himself, or one of his namesake restaurants’ executive chefs, will personally teach while creating your exquisite, paired meal. “I like the in-home experience because I love teaching so much. Helping people who love to cook and entertain is really fun and rewarding,” said Chamberlain.

To see a sample menu from a past demo dinner, check out this Birthday Tasting Menu:

Passed Appetizers: 

House Cured Candied Bacon with Texas White Peach BBQ Sauce

Blue Point Oysters with Meyer Lemon Air and Passion Fruit Pearls

First Course:

Berkshire Pork & Goat Cheese Ravioli

Wild Mushrooms, Leeks, & Sour Cherry Gastrique

Second Course:

Sous Vide Elk Sausage

Kermes Red Rice Cake, Coconut Ginger Curry

Third Course:

Truffle Butter Poached Maine Lobster

Beluga Lentil Cake, Basil Whip, and Asiago Crisp

Fourth Course:

White Russian Krispy Treat

House Made Marshmallows, Kahlua Krispies, Vodka Whip & Compressed Fruit Compote

Photo courtesy of Catering by Chamberlain's 

Fancy anything on the the above menu? What favorite foods would you have on YOUR birthday tasting? Collaborate with Catering by Chamberlain's to create your very own.

To learn more or schedule your own private meal, call events manager, Allie Wiley at 214-783-0321, or check out the website at

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