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Chefs Tiffany Derry and Uno Immanivong Are Throwing a Pop-Up Dinner at Wine Poste

If you're a competitive-cooking-reality-TV enthusiast, you're certainly familiar with Dallas' own Tiffany Derry and Uno Immanivong, who have appeared on Top Chef and The Taste, respectively. The duo is tossing some dishes together for a dinner at Wine Poste next Thursday, October 17.

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Dinner will consist of a five-course tasting menu with Champagne and wine pairings, all for $110 per person. Dinner includes amuse bouche, crispy beet salad, Chino's pho-zole, crispy duck confit with fried rice and Chinese barbecue pork and sausage and apple fritter churro bites with salted caramel.

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Prior to her appearances on Top Chef, Derry worked at Go Fish. After the show, she opened Uptown's Private | Social, which seemed to do great while she was there but fizzled after she left. Derry now dabbles in other television shows, including Bar Rescue with Jon Taffer, while primarily running a consulting business, Tiffany Derry Concepts.

After appearing with Anthony Bourdain on ABC's The Taste, Uno has landed a spot in the new Trinity Groves area called Chino Chinatown, which has yet to open but should soon.

Dinner starts at 7 p.m. next Thursday at Wine Poste (2001 Irving Blvd.). For tickets, visit Wine Poste.

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