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A Preview of Chamberlain’s Brau Haus at Addison Oktoberfest

DSC04257by Steven Doyle

I was recently invited to the home of Richard Chamberlain for a preview of what he will be serving this year at the Addison Oktoberfest coming up September 20-23, 2018. Chef Chamberlain, of course, is the chef and proprietor of Chamberlain’s Steak and Chop (recently celebrated his 25th anniversary) and Chamberlain’s Fish Market Grill both located in Addison, Texas.

One of my first interviews with Chamberlain was while doing work for the Observer, you may read about that here for some background intelligenceContinue reading

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Chamberlain Wins Grilling Competition

by Steven Doyle

Earlier this week we got a quote from chef Richard Chamberlain saying he was going to New York City to win a little grilling contest, competing with regional winners from across the country and sponsored by Kingsford. Well, he did.  Welcome back chef Richard Chamberlain and his giant Texas-sized check.    Continue reading

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Chamberlain Competing In National Steak Cook-Off Title in New York

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A few weeks ago we told you about the Kingsford grilling competition between chef Richard Chamberlain(Chamberlains Steak and Chop House) and chef Rodman Shields (Nick and Sam’s).  It was a close battle but the crowd favorite was Chamberlain and he took the cash prize and a trip to New York this week to compete nationally.           Continue reading


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Check Out Our 2012 Taste Addison Picks

by Steven Doyle

The Taste Addison festival starts today. This means you have three days to dine your way through the very manageable crowds on the grounds of the event, tasting smaller portions of each restaurants best offerings. We have a few suggestions, but if the event is anything like last year, there are no wrong choices.

We heard from chef Richard Chamberlain that he will be roasting a whole pig with the use of chef Kent Rathbun’s ginormous smoker that he graciously loaned out to his chef buddy. Each year Chamberlain embraces this event and donates all his proceeds to a local charity. There are at least two thing you will want to sample on his Steak and Chophouse menu. The pulled pork platter is a mere $8 and the legendary pork chop on a stick is also $8.  Chamberlain also offers up some kobe beef items that are actually less pricey, but all is greatness and has that whole charity ring to them.    Continue reading

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