Dee Buizer

Momofuku cookbook (Credit: Devon Sanner)

We asked chefs: What’s your favorite cookbook?

“What is your favorite cookbook?” We asked Tucson chefs this question and let them answer as briefly or in as…

Gastronomic Union of Tucson (GUT) members at a Carriage House dinner (Credit: Jackie Tran)

We asked chefs: What do you enjoy most about being a chef?

“What do you enjoy most about being a chef?” We asked 15 Tucson chefs this question and let them answer…

Chefs plating at a Gastronomic Union of Tucson (GUT) dinner at the Carriage House (Credit: Jackie Tran)

We asked 20 chefs: Which chef influenced your career the most?

“Which chef influenced your career the most?” We asked 20 chefs around Tucson this question and let them answer as…

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We asked chefs: What ingredient do you love but don’t have on your menu?

What ingredient do you love but don’t include on your menu because it doesn’t sell well enough? We asked 15…

Chefs plating at a Gastronomic Union of Tucson (GUT) dinner at the Carriage House (Credit: Jackie Tran)

We asked 15 chefs: What’s missing in Tucson’s culinary scene?

What’s missing in Tucson’s culinary scene? We asked 15 chefs around Tucson this question and let them answer as briefly…

Dee Buizer, chef and owner of Senae Thai Bistro (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Nine on the Line: Dee Buizer of Senae Thai Bistro

Senae Thai’s Dee Buizer was born in Bangkok, Thailand’s metropolis-melting pot of cuisine. She opened her first restaurant Sweet Basil…

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