Adobo Road Cookbook Signing at Savor Filipino in San Francisco

Savor Filipino

Hello Filipino Food lovers! On Saturday August 30, 2014 I’ll be signing copies of The Adobo Road Filipino Cookbook at the inaugural Savor Filipino event in San Francisco at Justin Herman Plaza.

Savor Filipino was founded by The Filipino Food Movement and is sponsored by Ramar Foods. The event will provide a very unique opportunity to taste and experience Filipino food prepared by a who’s who of Filipino chefs and culinary experts from across the country, including Filipino Food Luminaries like Chef Tim Luym from The Attic in San Mateo, Chef Miguel Trinidad of Maharlika and Jeepney in New York, and many others.

There will be 6 tent pavilions providing a different taste of Filipino cuisine: including vegetarian options, street food, soups and stews, desserts, and of course, plenty of pork. There’ll even be a beer and cocktail garden to whet your whistle. Check out the full menu here.

And if all that isn’t enough, there will be food and cooking demonstrations going on all day by an assortment of chefs, including Apl.De.Ap from the Black Eyed Peas. Seriously. Apl.De.Ap!

Savor Filipino Chefs

Oh, and did I mention I’ll be signing copies of my cookbook at Savor Filipino too? You can find me at the Arkipelago Books booth. And if you already have a copy of my book, feel free to bring it by and I’ll sign it. And if you’ve already got a signed copy, stop by the booth and say hello anyways–I might need a scouting report of what I need to eat first. Hope to see you there.

For more information on the awesomeness that is Savor Filipino, check out their website here.

  • Gourmet Getaways November 7, 2014, 9:52 am

    Way to go!!! I think it’s time Filipinos enter the international culinary scene with a bang!!

    Pop over and say hi some time. We always make a point to visit the sites of fellow bloggers who comment :)
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    Julie & Alesah
    Gourmet Getaways

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  • Nona Lema November 8, 2014, 9:29 pm

    Hi Marvin,
    I’m Nona Lema. I bumped into your blog Burnt Lumpia just today, the title caught my eye — i said to myself bakit kaya nasunog yung lumpia? and I browsed thru your blog quickly. So you are the author of a cookbook The Adobo Road – congratulations. And the recipes inthe blog are also very interesting, kaya lang if I were to cook it myself, i’d have a few things substituted with something else because I’m a vegetarian and most of the ingresients are not locally available here in the Philippines. But just like you, I’m promoting Filipino food but cooked the meatless way. I’m sure to get back to your blog every so often.Siguradong babalik-balikan ko ‘to. Thanks for sharing Filipino food recipes. Regards to you and your family.

    You can visit my blog http://nonas-cooking.blogspot.com

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  • Ericka Grace Murcia March 18, 2015, 1:18 am

    Thank you for sharing this article. Adobo is my husband’s favorite Filipino food and he loved it when I prepared something for our anniversary. Keep on posting and thank you.

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