STILL REMAINS To Tape 'Cooking With Church' Series For QDOBA MEXICAN GRILL

Grand Rapids, MI-based band STILL REMAINS will tape an exclusive "Cooking with Church" series for national food chain Qdoba Mexican Grill in the band's home state. The mock cooking show, which was created by the always energetic six-piece, showcases the band's guitarist/vocalist Mike Church, who is an avid chef and all of the shenanigans that go along with the STILL REMAINS crew.

The band has been asked to tape six episodes of the YouTube series.

Church will be using Qdoba's always-fresh and -tasty ingredients and working his magic to create one damn fine burrito.

STILL REMAINS is asking fans to come out and be a part of the taping during the taste test portion of the shoot.

To get a free Qdoba burrito and be a part of cooking show history, fans will need to be one of the first 20 people to arrive at the store at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 3. The 20 lucky fans will get to indulge in a one-of-a-kind burrito with a Church twist and will be filmed for the "taste test" segment of the show!

Watch the seven-part first season of "Cooking with Church" at this location.


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