Roxsand Scocos McCreary

Chef

Roxsand has been recognized by Gourmet, Esquire and USA Today as one of America’s most talented, unique chefs. She is the chef/owner of Roxsand, one of the most innovative restaurants in Arizona. Her dynamic dishes reflect the diverse elements of her culinary training, and she has recently begun introducing Native American ingredients to her menu selection. Scocos was nominated for a James Beard Foundation Best Chef of the Southwest Award in 1995 and 1998.

Update:  Named winner of the James Beard Award as Best Chef: Southwest in 1999, Roxsand Scocos McCreary is now enjoying retirement in Arizona.

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