Stockton Pinoy food pop-up, SF Marian Shrine choir tilt
RICE & SHINE Filipino/Brunch Party (Stockton, Calif.)
Get on this family-style feast featuring Filipino cuisine mashed up with brunch classics!
We make sure that the Filipino-ness of the dish always shines through in reverence of the cuisine’s history. Even still, Filipinos will enjoy a new experience of some family favorites while those unfamiliar will build an appreciation of the cuisine.
Unli Garlic Rice (Sinangag) & Unli Tomato Salad (Ensaladang Kamatis)
found at the Filipino breakfast table most mornings and will be plentiful at the RICE & SHINE brunch table
Da Real MBP (Maja Blanca Pancakes)
light, fluffy pancakes with a rich corn and coconut milk syrup. topped with blueberries and coconut curd (latik)
Mexican breakfast staple made with the popular Filipino pork dish
marinated pork, tortilla chips, salsa verde, egg, cotija cheese, cilantro, and crumbled chicharron
Tortang Talong at Giniling (Filipino Omelette)
Filipino-style eggplant omelette. usually made with ground meat (giniling) but made with minced mushroom instead. aromatics, peppers, and banana ketchup
Longanisa Scotch Egg
soft-boiled egg wrapped in Filipino breakfast sausage, coated in Filipino crispy rice (pinipig) and deep fried
special dishes from Chef Rob Menor of ATANG + Papa Urb’s Grill
$39 per person. A friggin’ steal for 7+ dishes laid out in front of you!
This event is the last in a three city tour we’ll be on in December up and down the Best Coast.
SAT DEC 10 | SF | Buffalo Theory in Nob Hill
SUN DEC 11 | STOCKTON | Papa Urb’s Downtown
Marian Shrine “Salve Regina Musicale” in San Francisco
“Salve Regina Musicale” on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. will celebrate the joy of Christmas and welcome the Christ Child through the spirit of sharing love and music. Join the Marian Shrine devotees in a choral competition featuring local church choirs and other singing groups from the San Francisco Bay Area. The Marian Shrine is at the Holy Name of Jesus Church on 39th Avenue/Lawton in San Francisco.
The competition aims to develop and promote the talents and skills of choir members and create a venue for camaraderie among members of local church choirs. The Marian Shrine is a center of prayer for our community as we engage in the work of promoting devotion to the Blessed Mother Mary under Her different titles. Currently, there are 17 of Her titles from around the world represented in the Shrine.
The devotees are a diverse group from different areas of the San Francisco Bay Area, other states and internationally. The group is connected digitally. Marian Shrine Devotees share spiritual prayers with members of the community, especially on special prayer devotion of the 2000 Hail Mary every 2nd Saturday of the month.
You’re Invited to this event.
Saturday, Dec. 11, 2016 Starts at 2 p.m.