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Boss’s Day Luncheon 2013

Seems like there’s a “day” for everything nowadays, where even our bosses at work get their very own day that we celebrate.

With that, here’s the spread we threw together for our beloved bosses, in appreciation of keeping the gears turning for our successful company. Mahalo!

Gotta’ get rice. Gots ‘da.

Chow Funn from Chun Wah Kam. Gots ‘da.

Taking the “easy way out” as far as pot luck is concerned, salad from Costco, check.

Caesar Salad (cousin of their infamous “Siezure Salad” from from their Food Court) From Coscto, check.

Ceasar Salad Dressing, check.

Cantonese style Pork & Eggplant from Chun Wah Kam, check.

Cantonese style Pepper Beef (kinda’ like local style Beef Tomato) from Chun Wah Kam, check.

Throwin’ a left-curve slider fast ball, also from Chun Wah Kam, Chicken Katsu?

Chun Wah Kam continues to lay down the boss’s law with their Beef Broccoli, a.k.a. “Bee Boh”.

Sweet & Sour Pork Spare Ribs, a.k.a. “Shee Sha-oh Spay Wee”  or “Shee Sha-oh Poh” from Chun Wah Kam.

Homemade Paprika Chicken.

Homemade Chili

Trifle.

Cinnamon Cheesecake Squares.

Plate ’em up!…

Dig into some Trifle…

Cinnamon Cheesecake Square, a.k.a. “OMG! Squared”…

A “trifle time” to lick your computer monitor screen…

And? Pfft. What do you think? It was junk! Not. Of course everything was onolicious! The Chun Wah Kam entrees were a bit on the salty side (which might be my own palate), yet other than that, winnahz! The Cinnamon Cheesecake Squares and Trifle were notably OUTSTANDING, of course due to the fact that they were lovingly homemade by our staff.

Right now I have a Trifle of Oreo® Cookies, Whipped Cream, Chocolate Pudding , Chocolate Cake and Nuts floating across by brain. UMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm… nom-de-ne-nom-nom

A little hint on what I’m doing for Halloween this year…

10 thoughts on “Boss’s Day Luncheon 2013

  • October 26, 2013 at 8:49 am
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    It not even Xmas yet but the holidays indeed around the cornor. Some food I cater did not stay well for parties. I see your seem good. People had been asking me for carnitas to make many dishes with it. Like burritos, tacos and pull pork sandwiches. People DIY on it.

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    • October 26, 2013 at 8:56 am
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      Kelike,

      Growing up, I used to love when my sister Keanu made DIY tacos: fry the flour tortillas in a pan and plate, along with a spread of chopped lettuce, tomato, onion, jalapenos, olives, cheese, sour cream, salsa, guacamole and taco seasoned ground beef. Load ’em and go for it!

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      • October 26, 2013 at 10:40 am
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        DIY tacos work just as well with taco seasoned steamed lentils. You’d never know the difference. I make them all the time, minus the fried flour tortillas and jalapenos.

        The trifle and the cheesecake squares look delicious.

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      • October 26, 2013 at 7:19 pm
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        You can still do that. A bit of Kauai shrimp sauteed with a olive oil/butter mix, salt, garlic and black pepper. No taco seasoning. Take your time. Low heat. Black olives only. But a good pico de gallo (salsa fresca). Tacos Ensenada. Killer. Re-fried beans on the side.

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        • October 26, 2013 at 7:34 pm
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          pat,

          Oahu’s Costco stores carries fresh farm-raised Kauai Shrimp (whole). I shall most definitely try your recipe of sauteing them in olive oil, butter, garlic, Hawaiian salt and black pepper, heavy on the black olives in the mix, along with a good pico de gallo. Refried beans on the side. Sounds KILLER indeed!!!!

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          • October 26, 2013 at 8:18 pm
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            Don’t forget the cilantro, green onions etc.Package deal. Just like Keanu. I sometimes will use a light sprinkling of Parmesan instead of a cheddar or jack. More like the Mexican dry cheese. But try both to see your preference.

  • October 26, 2013 at 11:09 am
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    The chow fun look so pale Chun Wah Kam this time did not put so much soy sauce in it.

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  • October 26, 2013 at 12:18 pm
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    @ h – I knew you’d have an alternative to beef for that recipe. I have a package of soy-based “meatless” ground meat in my pantry that I should try making a taco seasoning sauce out of.

    @ Amy – I actually prefer my Chow Funn more on the plain side, so that the main entree can do the talking on the palate.

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  • October 27, 2013 at 12:59 am
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    What was that in the ice chest?

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    • October 27, 2013 at 1:05 am
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      Umm, besides the bottled water, Hawaiian Sun Juice and soda, perhaps a Giraffe? lol

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