Plying an array of kitchen equipment that includes both cutting-edge and traditional pieces, executive chef John Tesar is leading the newly remodeled and reopened restaurant of the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek into a distinctive new chapter. Tesar took the helm of the Dallas fine-dining icon in October 2006, stepping into the large shoes left empty by Dean Fearing, the pioneering Southwestern chef whose 21-year tenure ended when he left to open an eponymous dining spot in the ...
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