May's Trending ChefsFeed Experiences

May's Trending ChefsFeed Experiences

Join ChefsFeed experts for Latvian pancakes, melty Comté, chocolate making classes, and other pop-up events this month!

May 10, 2019
● 3 min read
May's Trending ChefsFeed Experiences

May's Trending ChefsFeed Experiences

Join ChefsFeed experts for Latvian pancakes, melty Comté, chocolate making classes, and other pop-up events this month!

May 10, 2019
● 3 min read

Yes, it's really May already. Which means we've got a whole new batch of pop-up events for your enjoyment. Treat your mom to an early Mother's Day brunch filled with Comté and ham, or Latvian pancakes on Mother's Day proper. Or just treat yo self to a truffle making class or Iranian bar bites with a glass of wine. We're not here to judge.

Early To Rise: Ham, Egg, and Comté Sandwich

May 11th // 11:00-12:30PM // SAN FRANCISCO, CA // $25


Enjoy Chef Andrew’s signature breakfast sandwich featuring smokey molasses-cured ham layered over a chive English muffin then topped with a sunny-side up egg and melty Comté Américain cheese.

Your Host: Chef Andrew McCormack cooked at Michael Tusk’s Quince in San Francisco before launching Early To Rise. His popular menus feature scratch-made seasonal takes on brunch favorites, earning him 5-star reviews from his loyal following. Browse all of Early To Rise's upcoming brunches.

 

 

Mother’s Day With Hilda and Jesse

May 12th // 5 seatings available between 11am and 3pm // San Francisco, CA // $45


What better way to show your appreciation for your Mom than with unique and delicious food accompanied by copious amounts of bubbles? If she can’t be with you in person, come and celebrate her anyways! We all know she wouldn’t want you to deprive yourself in her absence.

Your Hosts: Chefs Kristina Compton and Rachel Sillcocks, with a combined 32 years of experience in the food industry, couldn’t help but notice the industry’s lack of inventive breakfast fare. With Hilda and Jesse they’re rectifying this by serving an updated global interpretation of the unassuming meal. Browse all their upcoming events here.

 

 

Northern Iranian Bar Bites w/ Wine Pairing

May 14th // 7:00-8:30pm // San Francisco, CA // $34


Explore Northern Iranian cuisine and celebrate the start of spring with Komaaj as it serves a selection of small plates perfectly paired with wines, beers, and cocktails.

Your Host: Komaaj, founded by Hanif Sadr and Babak Mortazavi, is a Northern Iranian pop-up showcasing the unique and diverse flavors of traditional Gilaki cuisine and the best of Persian hospitality. Browse all of Komaaj’s upcoming events.

 

Pinoy Heritage: 8-Course Tasting Menu

May 17th // 5:30-7:30pm // San Francisco, CA // $80


Pinoy Heritage's new spring menu showcases the beauty of the season's local produce while chronicling the evolution of Filipino cuisine.

Your Host: Pinoy Heritage is a contemporary pop-up pushing the bounds of Filipino food with gorgeous presentations and other-worldly flavors. Browse all of Pinoy Heritage's upcoming events.

 

 

The Art of Making Chocolate Truffles

May 22nd // 6:00-8:00pm // San Francisco, CA // $75


Join Socola Chocolatier co-founder Wendy Lieu for a hands-on workshop on the art of making chocolate truffles. You’ll learn it all, from making ganache to the proper technique to temper chocolate, then enjoy a taste of your efforts.

Your Host: Wendy Lieu is the Chief Chocolatier and owner of Socola Chocolatier + Barista with her twin sister. She began experimenting with Klutz's Cookbook for Kids at age nine and with truffle recipes at age nineteen. Mostly self-taught, she finds that her thoughts wander frequently now to new truffle recipes, and she’s even begun dreaming up ganache concoctions in her sleep.

 

Hawaii: A Culinary Crossroads

May 24th // 7:00-9:00pm // Berkeley, CA // $65


Dive into the rich culinary history of Hawaiian cuisine with this special pop-up series. Chef Eric Pascual will present a 6-course dinner in collaboration with Lanai Tabura (the Food Network and Cooking Hawaiian Style) who will discuss the rich history that immigrants have had on Hawaiian food.

Your Host: Eric Pascual was born and raised in the Bay Area, but spent much of his childhood in Hawaii shadowing his grandparents around the kitchen. His cuisine focuses on blending the influences of his upbringing, experiences, and Filipino culture together. Browse all of chef Eric's upcoming events.


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