Pamela Nevarez-Fisher has more than 15 years of professional experience in restaurants and catering in both Austin and New York City. For the past 16 years, she has been a personal chef and launched EatStreet Personal Chef Service in 2004.
Pamela has appeared on FOX 7’s Good Day Austin, and has taught numerous cooking classes for Central Market Cooking School, Concordia Academy, Bon Appetit Cooking School, and Whole Foods Market Culinary Center. She is a founding member of Austin’s Chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier, the international women’s professional culinary association. She is co-founder of Saturday Outreach, and leads a group of volunteers that help to feed more than 300 of Austin’s needy breakfast and lunch every Saturday. Pamela is also an active volunteer with numerous community service organizations.
Pamela also co-authored Light Cooking with Spirits, a cookbook that provides an alternative to saturated fats and cholesterol in foods by incorporating a variety of spirits combined with fresh herbs and spices to enhance the natural freshness in foods. She has also been featured in articles in Wine Spectator and The Village Voice.
Pamela is an avid health enthusiast and has twice completed the New York City Marathon.
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