San Antonio chefs and artisans are teaming up to host Float and Fire
— an evening filled with flavorful eats, free glass-blowing demos and the premiere of a new Homegrown Chef episode — at Caliente Hot Glass
on Friday, Aug. 30.
The event is inspired by the latest episode of The Homegrown Chef
, "Float and Fire," which explores creative connections between local chef Edward Villarreal; San Antonio artisan Glen Andrews II, a member of Caliente Hot Glass; and FLOAT
, a local flotation therapy company.
Event attendees can nosh on vegetarian-friendly bites like Villarreal’s mushroom chorizo grilled cheese and crispy dogs, or stop by JD’s Chili Parlor
for flavorful meat-filled or vegan chili pie, taco and bowl options. The event will also offer watermelon, lime and mint aguas frescas.
Following the episode premiere at 9 p.m., Villarreal will recreate a surprise dish for attendees using the heat from the hot molten glass, coming in at nearly 2,000 degrees. The event
will run 6-10 p.m.
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