Women in Food: Tamara Mayfield of Dai Due

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we are celebrating women in our food community that are helping to make Texas, and the world, a better place. 

Tamara Mayfield is a superstar in the Austin restaurant world, serving as the co-owner of Dai Due restaurants and the New School of Traditional Cookery. Her vision for creating exceptional locally-sourced food and cultivating a supportive environment for her staff is demonstrated in the multiple accolades and mentions that Dai Due boasts.

Tamara Mayfield: Co-Owner of Dai Due Butcher Shop Shop & Supper Club, Dai Due Taqueria, and New School of Traditional Cookery


Cause That’s Near And Dear To You:

Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance


Why It is Important To You To Support Women in the Food Community:

“Those who influence how food is farmed, distributed, and consumed by the public have moral, economic, and political power.  This starts with policymakers and continues to restaurant workers.   Women’s voices and perspectives need to be represented among the leaders who make these critical decisions about one of humanity’s basic needs. “


Shoutout a Fellow Female Food Community Member:

The leading ladies at the heart of Dai Due’s daily operations :  Janie Ramirez – Dai Due Executive Chef, Caroline Forbes – Dai Due General Manager, Heather Oldstein –  Dai Due Butcher Shop Manager, Alyce Shields – Dai Due Pastry Chef, Stephanie Garcia – Dai Due Taqueria Chef de Cuisine, and Morgan Angelone – New School of Traditional Cookery Director & Camp Chef.

B.O.S.S. Bars 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and one of our favorite superfood snacks on-the-go, The BOSS Food Company, is making it easy for you to add your support. For every purchase of a box of 12 bars, BOSS will donate $2 to @MyHopeChest, the only national non-profit that facilitates and funds breast reconstruction for under-insured and uninsured breast cancer survivors. Click Here to Shop Now

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