SF’s Filipino Ube Festival is July 11th
Ube, baby, baby! Get psyched for the very first ube festival at Kapwa Gardens. Ube is one of those distinct Filipino flavors—a purple yam originally from the Philippines that’s slightly nutty with hints of vanilla. We have an amazing lineup of food and retail vendors, ranging from ube cheesecake to pan de sal.
Yum Yams: A Celebration Of All Things Ube
Sunday, July 11, 2021 | Noon to 5pm
Kapwa Gardens – 967 Mission St. San Francisco, CA, 94103
$5 Tickets – includes $1 donation + $4 in credits to spend with any vendor
Online tickets sold out – $5 tickets avaliable At The Door Starting At 2pm.
Pinoy Heritage’s Abaca
Celebrated Chef Francis Ang gives us a preview of his new panaderia concept with Ensaymada w/ a smoked Gouda ube and macapuno. Plus, banana and cream cheese cake, Tortang Talong quiche, and Buko lychee Cream puff.
Chef Rod Reyes flex’s his culinary might with Ube Horchata ( vegan ), Ube Bibingka, and an Ube Steam Buns filled with beef mechado
The Bread Basket
Daly City’s finest pulls out all the stops with a selection of Ube Pan de Sal, Ube Croissants, Ube Pastillas, Ube-filled sweetbreads, Ube tarts, & more
Classic American style treats made with Filipino ingredients like Ube, Pandan, and more
An UNDSCRVD regular returns w/ an assortment of Ube cupcakes, Ube cheesecake, Flan Ube Cheesecake, Hella Ube (rice krispie ice cream sandwich)
Magnolia Ice Cream
Magnolia is your favorite childhood memory. It is that favorite item or memory that you keep going back to. That provided you comfort whenever you think about it
A fusion of Polynesian / Filipino baking. On the menu:’
– Ube Pani Popo – Sweet Bread rolled with Ube Halaya and baked in Coconut Sauce
– Filimoa’s – Shortbread cookie with toasted coconut caramel flakes dipped and drizzled with Ube white chocolate
– Ube Panikeke Cups – Mini round Ube donuts topped with Latik and Coconut Sauce
Ube baked goods—all vegan friendly
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