By Betty Shimabukuro / email@example.com |
March 10, 2019
| Updated on March 11, 2019 at 11:11 am
Waipahu HIgh School hosted a fundraising dinner on campus Saturday, with all the food made by the school’s culinary students. Hannah Mae Amores and Ranie Cabang were part of a group making sushi handrolls to order.
Fried rice with edamame was prepared in the kitchen, to be served with a chicken dish.
It was an ambitious menu of dishes with international flair, such as Chinese-style cold ginger chicken.
Zedekiah Tomisato, left, manned the hummus station, and Angelika Galanza served palusami, braised beef with a luau leaf sauce.
Elaine Matsuo heads the school’s culinary program. Registrar Steve Miyashiro organized the event for Friends of Waipahu High School, to benefit school programs.
The longest line was at the sushi handroll station. One student estimated they made 200 rolls in the first half of the night.
A coffee gelatin dessert.
Filipino roast pork came with a scoop of garlic rice.
Hummus and tomato pesto were served with grilled flatbread.
Principal Keith Hayashi, right, with student cooks Kyle Manguvat and Andre Olivia, vice principal Beth Higashi and Elaine Matsuo, director of the culinary program.
Chicken slow-cooked in a water bath.
A watercress salad with bacon was topped with wasabi dressing.
Diners could pick up a little something to show off their school colors.