Dia de los Muertos Cooking Class with Chef Abraham Salum Benefits Greyhound Rescue

The Greyhound Adoption League of Texas (GALT) and Chef Abraham Salum team up for a festive DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS cooking class and fundraiser on Sunday, October 24 from 2pm-5pm at Salum Restaurant.

El Día de los Muertos menu includes:Avocado Gazpacho with Ancho Chile ShrimpAlbondigas en PasillaChocoflan con CajetaPan de Muerto con Café de Olla.  
Cost is $135 person and includes the full course tasting menu, two cocktail/wine tickets (cash bar also available) and a live/silent auction featuring restaurant and spa gift certificates, art, jewelry and more. 
For foodies looking for a ring-side seat at Chef Abraham’s cooking counter, a limited number of VIP tickets will be offered ($175) and includes a special goody bag from GALT. Zoom tickets are also available and include a bottle of wine and a $50 gift certificate for Salum ($100).
Costumes are encouraged and prizes will be awarded for best male and female Día de los Muertos inspired attire.

To date, GALT has assisted more than 3,800 greyhounds and sight hound mixes in finding their forever homes since the organization’s inception in 2001.  Depending solely on donations for its operation budget, expenses equate to almost $1,800 over day. Proceeds from this event will provide the funds needed for GALT to continue to provide care and sustenance for the injured, sick and stray neglected greyhounds.

Salum is located at 4152 Cole Avenue. For more information go to www.galtx.org or email events@galtx.org

GALT is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit all-volunteer corporation dedicated to placing all greyhounds, primarily those that competed and trained for racing, and sight hounds into loving homes.  GALT facilitates the adoption of greyhounds by providing kennel services and foster homes along with their medical needs, including spay and neuter, assisting them in the transition from track-life to home-life, and educating the public about why the greyhound has been a favored companion dog for more than 4,000 years.  To learn more about GALT go to www.GALTX.org.

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