Pigs from the Sea

4th Eisa Drum Festival, May 17, 2014 Kapi'olani Community College

Listing of Food Vendors


Note: There are two ATM's located in the Ohia Cafeteria Building.


KapiolaniCC’s Culinary program will be offering bentos and plate lunches featuring rafute made by celebrity Chef Grant Sato. Chef Grant’s rafute is going to be made with belly pork!


$5 Mini Bento (Yakisoba & Rafute). $7 Bento (Teri Chicken, Teri Beef, Hot Dog, Rice, Spring Roll, Potato Croquette). Bentos come with a bottle of water or canned beverage.


$10 Plate Lunch (Three choices. All plates include a bottled water or canned beverage).

Rafute, Teri Chicken or Combo. With Rice and Goya Namashi.


Bonfire Pizza Company: Pizza made on location in a wood fired pizza oven. 


Steven and Katrina will be offering the following pizzas: 1) "Okinawa in the House:" Okinawan Rafute with Local Sweet Potatoes, Local Sweet Onions; 2) Da 'Shroom: Lots of Organic Waimanalo mushrooms with White Truffle Oil, Mozzarella, Marinara Sauce; 3) Italian Sausage & Black Olives; 4) Pepperoni; 5) Cheese; and 6) Pepperoni & Mushroom. They will have Fresh Lemonade and Plantation Iced Tea with Fresh Hawaiian Pineapple Juice.  

Follow them on FB: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bonfire-Pizza-Company/203513369761814


No Ka ‘Oi Cookie Company: Homemade baked treats made from the freshest and finest ingredients. Products are all natural with no preservatives and baked fresh daily.


Tiare is bringing Brownies (and Brownies Ala Mode), S’Mores (ala mode), brownies (and brownies ala mode), s'mores (ala mode), cookie ice cream sandwiches, old fashioned root beer floats and possibly butter mochi.

Follow them on FB: https://www.facebook.com/pages/No-Ka-Oi-Cookie-Company/184151251662126


Pig and the Lady: Modern French Vietnamese food.


Alex Le is thinking of bringing Taco Rice (with their twist on it), Pigs Feet Soup and Noodles, and the 12 hour Roast Brisket Banh Mi. However, their menu is not set yet. Follow them on FB: https://www.facebook.com/ThePigandTheLady


Sweet Revenge: Made from scratch savory and sweet mini pies.


Kathy is bringing Chicken Pot Pie, Darkside (vegetarian pie), Quiche, Purple and White (Okinawan sweet potato and haupia pie), S'more pie, Black Bottom Banana Cream, Lilimansi Pie (like a key lime pie but made with calamansi and lilikoi).


She will also sell coffee and Nalo Lemonade (fresh lemonade made from local lemons). Follow them on FB! https://www.facebook.com/sweetrevengehonolulu


Taiko Center of the Pacific will be doing a pickup for their popular Two Ladies Kitchen Mochi fundraiser. Orders must be placed and payment sent in by May 14th for pickup at Eisa Festival.  http://taikoartscenter.org/blog/2014/03/07/two-ladies-kitchen-mochi-fundraiser/


Young Okinawans of Hawaii will be selling hot, fresh made andagi. Follow them on FB: https://www.facebook.com/YoungOkinawans




3rd Eisa Drum Festival

4th Eisa Drum Festival (May 17, 2014)

Food sales begin at 4:30 pm. Program will run from 6 pm to 9 pm. This event is free an open to the public. Bring lawn chairs. Enjoy an evening under the stars on the Great Lawn of Kapi'olani Community College.


Featured performers: Chinagu Eisa Hawaii (Lisa Tamashiro), Hawaii Okinawa Creative Arts (Jon Itomura), Young Okinawans of Hawaii (David Jones) and Nuuanu Shorin Ryu Karate (Mitchel Shimamura).

Special Guests: Daiichi Hirata, Kajimaai, and Halla Huhm (Mary Jo Freshley).

Producer: Shari Y. Tamashiro. Stage: Dorene Niibu. Advisor: Jane Kaneshiro, Norman Kaneshiro.

Copyright 2013 Shari Y. Tamashiro. All Rights Reserved