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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Pop-Up Planner, Dec. 10-16: Stuffed Mochi Dumplings, Half-Smoked/Half-Baked Brisket Sliders and Holiday Cookies

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click to enlarge RICE PAPER SCISSORS
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Rice Paper Scissors

When: 11:30-3:30 p.m. Saturday

Where: Dear Mom


The rundown: It's the perfect season for a hot bowl of soup. Rice Paper Scissors is hosting a Vietnamese brunch to warm up these ccc-cold winter days. Their pho and rice plates take center stage, complemented by a cast of appetizers, Vietnamese drinks, and warm dessert. Pho Ga (chicken pho) with a special version, Pho Ga Long, will be served with chicken offal such as poached egg yolks and chicken liver. A duo of rice plates will be served with options like Vietnamese beignets, fried and topped with cinnamon and coconut jam to seal the meal.


When: 6 p.m. tonight

Where: 1772 Market

The rundown: SF Burger Brawl winner Wes Rowe of Wesburger will be hosting a pop up at the Musical Pursuit of 2013 tonight. The night of music trivia will also be a holiday clothes drive highlighted by Rowe's Chronikkah menu dishes up half baked/half smoked brisket sliders served on challah with pickled red cabbage, crispy onions and horseradish sauce. Don't know what city Hendrix was in when he died? Stuff your face with Rowe's Sufganiyot, a jelly doughnut stuffed with Manischewitz preserves.

Holiday Cookie Pop-up

When: Sunday, all day

Where: Dandelion Chocolate

The rundown: Dandelion Chocolate will be hosting 12 Nights of Chocolate, celebrating the holidays and chocolate-centric desserts from some of the city's best pastry chefs. On Sunday, Dandelion Chocolate pastry chef Lisa Vega will be making holiday cookies in the cafe all day. For more info and tickets on the ongoing event, check out the scheduled discussions and desserts here.

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