3660 On The Rise adds more cooking classes
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The chefs at Russell Siu's 3660 On The Rise have been offering cooking classes so popular they've had a waiting list and had to add additional ones. These are multicourse demonstrations with tastings and wine pairings for $60. They're held at 6 p.m. select Thursdays at the restaurant at 3660 Wai'alae Ave.
Coming up: July 17: a menu that includes scallops with yuzu ginger aioli, spinach salad with calamari, braised kurobuta pork belly and a strawberry dessert; Sept. 4: seafood ravioli with shiitake dashi and confit of butterfish, a tomato ragout with sauteed pork tenderloin and profiteroles for dessert. The restaurant is also planning a sake-kaiseki (multicourse) dinner Aug. 28, featuring various grades of high-quality sake plus a multicourse menu still in development. 737-1177; 3660.com.
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CHURCH LU'AU SOLD OUT, BUT TAKEOUTS CAN BE ORDERED NOW
Kaumakapili Church in Kalihi is celebrating its 37th annual fundraising lu'au on July 19 with the theme "Aloha Kekahi I Kekahi" ("Love One Another"), embodying the church's philosophy. The sitdown dinner with entertainment and an all-you-can-eat buffet is sold out, but you can still order takeout Hawaiian meals for pickup from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. that day for $15 each. Pickup is at Kanoa Street (behind the church) at Palama Street (expect traffic to be clogged). The feast includes kalua pig, chicken long rice, poi, lomi salmon, raw fish and 'opihi, pineapple, sweet potato, cake and haupia (coconut pudding).
Na'au learning center is helping out by taking orders at 548-6228, or send check payable to Kaumakapili Church, to 23 S. Vineyard Blvd., Ste. 201, Honolulu, 96813. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call the church office at 845-0908.