ARLINGTON - Award-winning chef-restaurateur, cookbook author and
television personality Rick Bayless will speak at The University of Texas at
Arlington's Lone Star Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 14 for the next installment
of the University's Maverick Speakers Series.
Tickets are sold out for an "An Evening with a Celebrity
Chef." The event is free and open to the public, but
tickets are required. The Lone Star Auditorium is on the first floor of the
Maverick Activities Center, 500 W. Nedderman Drive.
Anyone who wishes to attend "An Evening with a Celebrity Chef," but who does
not have a ticket, may contact the will call table in front of the auditorium entrance at 7:20 p.m. They will be accommodated as space and
Media representatives hoping to cover the event should call 817-272-2761.
Bayless has become well known for raising the profile of Mexican
cuisine in the United States through his successful restaurants and numerous cookbooks. He
has won two prestigious James Beard Awards, including the Beard Foundation's
Humanitarian of the Year recognition, as well as numerous other cooking honors.
Bayless' best-selling cookbook, "Mexico: One Plate at a
Time," inspired a PBS cooking show, now in its fifth season. He also won
the Bravo Channel's Top Chef Masters, a reality show contest among high-profile
chefs, in 2009.
Bayless will sign copies of his books following his
appearance. The book-signing will be held on the second floor
lounge of the Maverick Activities Center.
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