Run the Pass: Bringing Fine Dining into Your Home

August 27, 2020

 

On this bonus clip from Run the Pass with Chef Andre Natera, Natera and Comedor Chef Partner Gabe Erales explore how the Austin eatery has adopted a meal-kit model during the pandemic.

“We knew that our food wouldn’t translate into just hot food to go,” Erales said. “So, we started talking about creating something a little bit unique.”

The end result was what Comedor is calling its “Assembly Kitchen,” where customers can get meal kits and detailed video instruction for how to elevate their in-home cooking and produce some of Comedor’s famous dishes.

In addition to helping Comedor navigate this uncertain period, Erales said he’s been excited to see home chefs expand their skills and boundaries and dip their toes into dishes they may not have otherwise attempted.

Click here to check out the entire first episode of Run the Pass, and check out the next episode, which will feature Jake Kalick, Co-Founder of Made In, stepping into the kitchen with Natera.

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