This one class period episode of Chef's Table explores Enrique Olvera's restaurant in Mexico City which was rated Top 50 restaurants in the world. Olvera, born in Mexico City to a lower-middle class family, learned to cook for a living in high school. He hosted dinner parties for family friends, and earned a reputation for his food that his friends’ parents helped him to invest in a restaurant. Olvera studied in New York City at the Culinary Institute of America, where he graduated with honors. Upon his return to Mexicon he explores how to use authentically Mexican ingredients in new and innovative ways. This episode is excellent for a level I class exploring food all the way up to a Heritage Learner/AP V class, and will give students an excellent idea of the authentic ingredients and techniques in Mexican cooking. (Its not just tacos) Netflix allows the broadcast in either Spanish or English. Download contains 14 questions in Spanish and English version and a personal essay connect for students after viewing.