Early April 2012
Rutts Hawaiian Cafe||AlohaWorld Sponsor
Come and join us at Rutt's Hawaiian Cafe and Catering.
We have been around
since 1976 spreading the joy of local Hawaiian cuisine at prices that is hard to
We cater from small
family gatherings from as little as 4 guests and up to larger parties of 1000
guests. Our services include catering for pick up or catering with
delivery service. We can also serve your guests buffet style with our
We offer a range of
catering combo specials from your small family deals that serve 4 & 6 guests.
Our larger catering combos start from 12 guests and up to 72 guests. Our prices
for caterings are as low as $4.19 per person. Let us know your budget; we
will do our best to fit a menu that suits your needs.
We feature all the
local Hawaiian dishes like: Saimin
Soup, Loco Moco, Lau Lau, Spam Musubi, Beef Stew, Portuguese Sausage Breakfast,
Hamburger Steak, Hawaiian BBQ Chicken, Kalua Pork, Portuguese Fried Rice,
Chicken Katsu, Teriyaki Beef, etc... Just too much to
We are well known for
our Royales. Our Hawaiian Royale is
made with Portuguese Sausage, Char Sui, Scrambled Eggs, and Bean Sprouts & Green
Onions over Steamed Rice. Then you season it with a little
of our Homemade Teriyaki Sauce. So Ono!
Times Magazine, January 30, 2005, describes Rutt’s Hawaiian Café’s food
as “Portions are huge. Meals are cheap.” In
keeping with the Hawaiian Culture, making sure our guests get plenty of food is
a tradition, we make this a truism at both of our restaurants.
Check out our website
our pages @
& www.myspace.com We feature
Special Priced Catering Combos that are economical. Our prices
are so competitive that Event Planners use us to cater their events; they are
still able to make a good profit.
We are used frequently
by groups like: Halaus, schools, athletic club, scholastic organizations, etc...
For fundraisers and can help your organization make profits that you will be
very pleased with.
We have two locations
to serve you:
Los Angeles, CA 90066
Ph: 310 398 6326
For catering for Los Angeles can
Your requests to
MaMahalo Nui Loa!
Ismael Tabalno is from the
island of Kauai. He writes stories about growing up in Hawai'i. "In
the Gardens of Sugar and Pineapples" recounts the life of a
fictional young Filopino from his birth to young manhood all told through his
eyes. This chronicle shall be a five part offering you are certain to enjoy.
the Gardens of Sugar and Pineapple Part 2 - The Tomato Salesman",
the central character learns important lessons in the business of produce sales
and sibling competition.
If you missed Part 1 of this engaging story,
look for it on "Hanabuddah
Mahalo Ismael for sharing your stories.
We invite you to share your stories of "Hanabuddah
Days" too! Submission guidelines may be
Hanabuddah Days Stories
|Hula Association of the Midwest
ASSOCIATION OF THE MIDWEST
Aloha from your distant cousins of the Midwest!
Winter has come to an end and spring is in the
air. With the change of a season, we have some exciting news to share....
Tahitian Island Days May 11 to 13
This is the first hosting of Chicago's first
Tahitian seminar with special guest,
Come join us for Tahitian dance classes, Toere
drum classes and Saturday night Hoike-- Hoike is FREE--special for Mother's Day.
So bring all Mom's and Tutu's.
born to parents Patrick Sylva, lead singer for the musical group, 'The Surfers'
and Roiti Tahauri, Master of Tahitian language, dance and culture, Moeata has
been surrounded by Polynesian entertainment and culture all of her life. Her
kumuhulas are the renown Maiki Aiu and John Lake. Moeata performed with various
groups in Hawaii and the mainland as well. Currently, she has made Orlando,
Florida her home after dancing for the "Drums of Tahiti" at SeaWorld.
Her mom, Roiti, already an
accomplished dancer, performed at Queens Surf in Waikiki with famous and
successful dancers under the direction of producers such as Tavana and Teriirua.
She went on to dance at Don the Beachcomber, which later became Duke
Kahanamoku's. "Orornetua" (teacher), Roiti Tahauri Sylva has taught Tahitian
Language at the University of Hawaii with Professor Jack Ward. Today she remains
one of the great Masters of Tahitian Dance, Language and Culture. She travels
all over the USA as well as Mexico to teach and share her Tahitian culture.
GUESS WHAT! Roiti, will at our event on Sunday to coach a Q &
A, on subjects that are Tahitian in nature: language, dance, etc.
For more information, schedule, pricing, and full
details, log on to
Hawaiian Directory is an extensive online directory of Mainland
Hawaiian, Polynesian and Asian-Pacific clubs, associations, businesses,
restaurants, entertainers, hula and Polynesian dance groups and more.
for more information on how to use this resource/
Tattoo Traditions of Polynesia
Polynesian Tattooist Tricia Allen
On May 5th & 6th, I'll be participating in the
Living Arts Showcase at The Pacific Islands Ethnic Art Museum
in Long Beach.
It's a free event & should be well-worth attending. There will be tattoo film
showings and related activities, dance performances, Pacific Islands foods, arts
I'll be there tattooing and will give a power point presentation A
TATTOO TOUR OF POLYNESIA on Sat afternoon, May 5th time TBA, but come
spend the day!
can find me at the museum May 9-13th as well.
May Day is Lei Day in Hawai'i.
Shaka eCards makes
it possible to share "Lei Day" anywhere in the world.
Visit Shaka eCards Lei Day greetings off and celebrate Spring. While you're
there, don't forget auntie's birthday coming up too! Shaka eCards' wide array of
eCards makes sending good wishes for many occasions a tropical "breeze"!
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Unco Kamaka has now reached "that" age. He gets
senior discounts now. His latest
"Kanakattack" explores the wonders of the
"golden years". This time around he shares with us
why it's not a good idea to ask seniors questions
and makes some suggestions on pop songs of decades
You can catch Unco Kamaka these days on
"Sandwich Islands Network" internet
radio. It's programming easy on the ears and good
for the soul. Streaming island music 24/7. See
website for schedule of programs.
Aloha & Mahalos
Check Out Our LOW Prices on
Kalua Pork in our new 2 lb Bulk is perfect for Your Next Luau..Just Heat and
serve for that traditional Hawaii Flavor...Just bring rice..................So
Ono cooked with Kiawe Wood.
Now you can experience the taste of Hawaiian Kiawe
(kee-ah-vey) on your Kalua Pork. Kiawe wood (prosopis pallidia) is a slightly
"sweeter" Hawaiian mesquite. This is a different speices than mesquite in the
USA. This variety naturalized in Hawaii over 170 years ago. Kiawe has the flavor
of the tropical islands.
Still A Incredible Price on This Zippy's Package
Your Choice of any six Zippy Products... plus FedEx
2 Day Air Shipping Included! Choose from:
Original Chili - Our signature item since 1966!
Ground beef, special seasonings, spices combine to make this a local
favorite! Our famous chili is a winner!
No Bean Chili - Enjoy our famous No
Bean Chili with ground beef and Portuguese Brand sausage. Now packed in a
Portuguese Bean Soup - Our popular Portuguese Bean Soup recipe is full of
delicious morsels in every spoonful!
Chicken Curry - Chicken, potatoes, and carrots in an aromatic curry sauce
will make your mouth water!
Hamburger Curry - Our Hamburger Curry is made with ground beef, potatoes,
and vegetables to bring back those local childhood memories.
Apple Napples - Our signature pastry with delicious apple filling. Light,
flaky and irresistible!
Coconut Napples - Our signature pastry with delicious coconut filling.
Light, flaky and irresistible!
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