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Traditional Hawaiian Luau
Friday, May 25, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
5:30pm - 6:30pm WINE & COCKTAIL HOUR
In ancient Hawaii, men and woman ate their meals apart. This all changed in 1819, when King Kamehameha II abolished the traditional religious practices. A feast where the King ate with women was the symbolic act which ended the Hawaiian religious taboos, and the Luau was born. So please help us celebrate this union here at The Culinary Arts Center by inviting another of the opposite sex to join you for an amazing traditional Hawaiian Luau dinner.
First Course: Hawaiian appetizer called Rumaki; commonly knows as Pineapple Chunks and Water Chestnuts wrapped with Smoky Bacon Slices and glazed with Teriyaki Sauce
Second Course: Macadamia Nut, Pineapple, Water Chestnut, Guava, Bok Choy and Pickled Ginger Vinaigrette
Luau Buffet of: Traditional Hawaiian Pork Fire Roasted, BBQ Mahi-Mahi with Orange Mango Sauce and Fire Roasted Chicken with Pacific Rim Slaw, Aloha Sweet Potatoes, Island Rice and Corn Bread
Dessert: Hawaiian Drunken Rum Cake and Haupia (Coconut Pudding)
We will have Lei's for everyone. The Patio will be lit with Tiki Torches and we will have delicious Hawaiian drinks available in Coconut Halves with umbrellas and festive Hawaiian garnishing's. It's going to be a blast!!