One of the great creative talents who helped elevate the status of Southwestern cuisine, Stephan Pyles hardly needs an introduction. Starting at Dallas's legendary Routh Street Café, followed by Baby Routh, Star Canyon and other concepts, this 57-year-old has been turning out the best of the region since the early 1980s. After selling Star Canyon to Carlson Hospitality, he dropped off the radar for about four years, indulging his wanderlust at spots around the globe. But home beckoned, and ...

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