OVERALL DESCRIPTION


For your next special occasion, enjoy a  pig roast catered by The Pig Kahuna at your location of choice.

Choose between Traditional Filipino (garlic and onion rub on the inside) , Hawaiian Luau (brown sugar and pineapple
rub)  and Southern Style (smoky mesquite rub) with specialized side dishes to compliment the roasted pig.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


1. What kind of pig roaster do you use?
We have custom made, one-of-a-kind rotisserie pits called the “Oinkmaster 8000" ,the "Oinkmaster 8800" and most
recently the "Oinkmaster Huli Huli." They are approximately 8 feet long and towed behind our vehicles.

2. How many people can you serve and what size should I order?
We have accommodated parties of 1,000 ppl +!!! Size is based upon the number of people. A pig will yield 1/3 pound
of meat per person. Therefore, a 100# pig for 100 ppl, 50 # pig for 50 ppl. etc.....
Please note that we have a 50
person minimum.

3.What cooking method do you use?
We use a direct heat cooking style with only all natural charcoal that burns more steadily and evenly than
commercial brands.   It also produces less soot that can affect the flavor of the pig. NO PROPANE IS USED FOR
THE PIG
EVER!!! This style of cooking also makes the skin nice and crispy. Both Chefs favorite part!

4. How long does it take to cook the pig?
We slow roast the pig for maximum flavor and tenderness.  With the Oinkmaster, a 100lb pig takes about 8-9 hours
to cook. For bigger pigs, an additional 30 minutes should be added for each 10lbs of pig.  

5. What kind of time commitment is there to put on a pig roast?
Day Before: Roughly 3 hours of our staff’s time are spent prepping for the job. This includes picking up and putting
the pig to rest for the night!  Also we go through an extensive checklist to make sure we have all the equipment and
supplies we need for your party.

Day of: Between 12-24 hours are put in by our staff. This includes the following:
a. 1 hour hook up and loading of vehicles
b. Travel to the pig roast site
c. 1 hour of charcoal preparation and site set up
d. Pig roasting time
e. 1/2 hour carving time
f. 1 hour site clean up
g. Travel back to the home base

Day After: 3 hours are spent cleaning and sanitizing the equipment and doing inventory

6.  Will you still do the pig roast when the weather is bad?
Absolutely! We are prepared to cook the pig no matter if it is raining or the temperature is below zero.
We have tents that are put up if needed to protect the pig roaster and pig crew.
We also have heaters to do winter events.

7.  What is the smallest pig roast that you will do?
The smallest number of people that it is feasible for us to prepare for is 50 people.  We will do parties
for fewer people, however we must charge for 50 people to make it financially viable for us. This is
because regardless of the number of people served, our time spent in prep, event staffing, and cleanup is
essentially the same.


8.  What equipment do you provide and what is the host responsible for?
The Pig Kahuna will provide all the equipment needed to roast the pig as well as the serving dishes and implements.
The host is responsible for providing all other equipment needed to accommodate their guests:
tables, chairs, plates, cutlery, tents, etc. This allows the host to customize the presentation of the
event to match their own style and price range. We can provide the names of stores and services that
specialize in that aspect of the event.















7. How much does it cost?

Prices for 2013-2014

Price for the pig only: 50-99 people  - $13.50 per person
100-175 people  - $12.50 per person
175+  - Please inquire



Salads and Slaws










Warm Side Dishes










For example a typical 50 person pig roast with Baked Beans, Cornbread, Garden Salad and Watermelon would cost:

Pig for 50 x $13.50 = $675
Side dishes $4 x 50ppl = $200
7% Sales TaxTax = $61.25
Gratuity = $187.25
Total = $1123.50


Contact us to see if your date is available!
Please note that we do our best to respond within 24 to 48 hours.
Occasionally our responses get sent to an individual's Spam Folder. If you
think you haven't heard from us please check there. Thanks!

We understand that each function that we cater is unique. If there are side dishes that you would like to add for a
specific theme please inquire. We will do everything possible to meet your needs!

All prices are subject to a 7% Maine sales tax and 20% gratuity.

A $300 (or 25% for over 100 ppl.) deposit is required to hold all dates. 50% of the remaining bill is required 2 weeks
before the date of the function.

Prices include one pit master and, when necessary, an assistant.  
Any additional serving staff required is $25/hr per staff member with a 4 hour minimum.

The Pig Kahuna reserves the right to change the price of the pig dependent upon the ever  changing meat market.  
Keep in mind though that this would only happen if there were an  
extreme fluctuation in our cost.

Please notify us of ANY food allergies when booking!

8. Do you just cater pig roasts?
There's nothing within reason that we cannot do! If you have any special requests please feel free to contact us.
We also have an extensive Hors  D'oeuvres menu. Please inquire for a list.
Also, check out our
Paella Party Page!

9. Are you insured?
Absolutely! We carry full liability insurance.

10. Do you do tastings?
Sorry, but most of the events we cater are exclusive and private events. Have peace of mind however, that we have
an extensive list of references and repeat clients who would be happy to share their experience with you!
Our Facebook page is also a great resource for clients pictures and comments!

11. Why isn't your roaster covered?
The pig is the star of the show that everyone should enjoy viewing!
 
You wouldn't make Elvis sing in a crate would you?
MANY of our competitors use covered rigs. What fun is that???
This direct open air environment gives you the most bang for your buck as the skin comes out nice and crispy.
Side Dishes
Traditional Cole Slaw - $1
Caesar Slaw
- Same veggies but with Caesar dressing and croutons. -$1
Pacific Rim Slaw
- Same veggies but with a rice wine vinegar dressing, toasted almonds and crunchy
noodles. The chef's favorite!
$1.25
Garden Salad
- Romaine or Spring mix with fresh seasonal veggies and your choice of dressing. $1.25
Caesar Salad
- Romaine, Caesar Dressing, croutons, Parmesan cheese and lemon wedges - $1
Fruit Salad
- Fresh seasonal fruit (typically melon, grapes, strawberries and/or blueberries) - $1.50
Tropical Fruit Salad
- Fresh Seasonal Tropical fruits mixed with toasted coconut (typically bananas,
pineapple, papaya, mango, kiwi)
-$1.50
Fresh Cut Watermelon
- .75
Baked Beans  - $1.00
Fresh Baked Cornbread
- Mini Cornbread loaves. $1.00
Corn on the Cob
- $1.25
Sauteed Vegetables
- Fresh seasonal vegetables sauteed in garlic and olive oil, $2.00
Stir Fried Vegetable
- Fresh Asian style veggies with a teriyaki~ soy sauce, $2.25
Garlic Fried Rice
- Basmati Rice with LOTS of fresh garlic, $1.25
Island Rice
- Basmati Rice with diced ham, peas, and pineapple. $2.00
Pancit Bihon
- A traditional FIlipino rice noodle dish with pork, Asian vegetables, and chinese
sausage. This can be made vegetarian style.
$4.00
Aloha Chicken
- Sliced chicken breast stir fried with teriyaki and pineapple. $4.25
BBQ Chicken Breast - $4.25