The Pig & the Lady is joining Pacific Gateway Center/Lemongrass Cafe to do a series of pop-up fundraisers to support Nā Kūpuna Makamae, also known as the Kakaako Old Pumping Station!
The first in this fundraising culinary series is this Sunday, December 6, 2015. There are two seatings, 11am and 12:45pm. It's only $25.00 for a dynamic lunch featuring exotic and savory Burmese dishes with The Pig & The Lady's famous PHO GA as the main dish. As this is part of our challenge grant, every dollar earned will be doubled for NKM:
Check out the full menu: for this Sunday's fundraiser:
Poached chicken, chicken cracklins, chicken fat vinaigrette
Made with healthy black beans, ginger and sweet glutinous flour
Seasoned eggplant, tofu, red onions, red chili and spices
NGA PYAW THEE KYAUK HNYIN HTOTE
Steamed banana sticky rice in banana leaves
PANDAN ICED TEA
Pandan leaves brewed in jasmine tea
Please spread the word to your family and friends! Date is approaching fast! Come and join us! Bring family and friends! Limited seating! When can you go to a fundraiser with such a meaningful purpose for only $25?
To book a reservation, go to the fundraiser's Eventbrite Page now.
What: Burma Culinary Series by Lemongrass Cafe + The Pig & the Lady
When: Sunday, December 6, 2 seatings: 11am + 12:45pm
Cost: $25 per person / Purchase tickets here
About the Pacific Gateway Center
The mission of Pacific Gateway Center (PGC) is to help immigrants, refugees, and low-income residents of Hawai‘i gain access to opportunities and services through the building of skills that lead to self-sufficiency. Inherent in our mission is a deep respect for the integrity of diverse cultures represented by our targeted population and the communities we serve.
PGC is driven by its organizational values of aloha, creativity, diversity, humor, integrity, mutual respect, teamwork and food (needed to sustain life and integral to social, economic, political and cultural frameworks locally and globally).