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Las Almas Rotas Dinner Series with Chef Alvin Schultz

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For our second installment of our chef driven dinners, we are very excited to welcome Chef Alvin Schultz from Houston.
Alvin has been cooking his whole life.
He was featured on Fox’s MasterChef season 2 with Chef Gordon Ramsay who said, “You can’t be this creative and not be in the [food] industry…” In 2011, Alvin created Eat.Drink.EXPERIENCE!, a culinary services company. As Chef/Owner of Eat.Drink.EXPERIENCE!, Alvin has done consulting for brands like Polyscience and Vitamix. His creative food and cocktails have been featured in numerous publications like Houstonia, and My Table Magazine.
Since 2015, Alvin has been involved with SACREDAGAVE.ORG and passionate about agave spirits and the communities and families that make these ancestral spirits. Alvin continues to hold fundraisers benefiting the maestros that keep the tradition of agave spirits alive.
In recent years, Alvin has evolved Eat.Drink.EXPERIENCE! to include everything from private dining to restaurant consulting. Visit EatDrinkExperience.com to see all of what Alvin offers, and see his latest creations.

Three sisters yolk, chorizo, Kimchi, Oaxacan Red Corn, Crema.

Clarified Green Mole
Spring Peas and things that are green

Sourdough Blue Corn Tortilla with cultured fat

Tepache Caramel Short Rib
44 Farms Short Rib served with tepache pickles

Pineapple Upside Down Al Pastor
Blue Corn, Pineapple, Achiote, Bacon.

Plus some surprises that Alvin is preparing!

This meal will be paired with new to the North Texas market Koch Mezcal. We will be serving four expressions neat which include their Mexicano, Madre Cuishe, Tobasiche and an ensamble made with wild agaves Tobala, Tobasiche, Lumbre, and Cirial.

Koch is a 100% Oaxacan owned brand whose mission is to improve the lives of those in the communities where they produce. They support fair trade and operate under a code of sustainability and reduced env impact which includes agave self-sufficiency, sustainable use of water and forest resources and proper waste management. They have an environmental improvement plan which includes the optimization of the use of natural resources and heartens ecological respect.

Tickets are $120 a person and available via the link above in a limited quantity.