Wednesday, March 10, 1999



Winning work included chicken fingers by Ian Araki
of Lunalilo School, Roma dog by Tae McCash of Waialae,
and baby back ribs by Julia Tokuhama of Alvah Scott.



Kids put fun
on the menu

What's a baby back rib, anyway? It's a rib that wears diapers and says "goo-goo," obviously. And chicken fingers do the shaka.

Things like this happen to food when kids are in charge, and that's what Tony Roma's Famous for Ribs restaurants did with a recent art contest.

Schools in the vicinity of the four Hawaii Tony Roma's were invited to have their students illustrate the restaurant's keiki menu items: ribs, chicken "feengas," burgers-in-a-basket, barbecued chicken and the Roma jumbo hotdog.

First-place winners claimed iMac computers for their schools and $200 Sports Authority gift certificates for themselves. Winning entries will be displayed at the restaurants through the year.



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