Chef Richard Chamberlain Braves Icy Streets to Feed Super Bowl Media

Chef Richard Chamberlain (left) feeds the Super Bowl Media.

Every day this week visiting media staying at the Sheraton in downtown Dallas is being treated to free food from different areas of Dallas. Today it is Addison’s turn to wow the palates of hungry sportswriters (is that redundant?) Anywhoo, the ice didn’t stop Richard Chamberlain from transporting 800 pounds of grub from his Chamberlain’s Steak & Chop House to the Sheraton.  “Well, it took me a long time to get here,” says Chamberlain. “I never got over 18 mph on the Tollway but it probably helped that I had 800 pounds of food in my car.” Chamberlain has cooked up 300 pounds of short loins (Iditarod Cuisine?) of beef which were donated by the Texas Beef Council. The mayor of Addison is also on his way. His name? Joe Chow.

6 comments on “Chef Richard Chamberlain Braves Icy Streets to Feed Super Bowl Media

  1. Applause to Chamberlain’s for doing this. It’s his personal effort that makes folks like us in Dallas look good with old fashioned hospitality. BRAVO!

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  3. I love Chamberlains. I hope these people in town venture north to eat at his restaurant.

  4. I concur with all of you – Richard Chamberlain was a true “hero” for this event and really extending the Addison motto -”We’re Glad You’re Here!” Richard went the extra mile throughout the event and was truly appreciated for his southern hospitality! Thanks also goes out to Dorian Isenberg of J. Dorian Chocolatier for his contribution of chocolate truffles to follow-up to Richard’s amazing food!