A luau is a Hawaiian feast; a celebration. Family and friends gather together and join in, with singing, dancing and plenty of eating. There are all kinds of dishes served at a luau, but the most well know is the whole roast pig prepared in an underground pit (imu).
You may have heard the saying too many cooks spoil the broth, but I can assure you, when cooking a whole pig, the more hands the merrier.
This weeks entry is a photo of 2 pairs of the youngest hands at a luau I attended; acting as chefs. Between the two of them, they managed to lift the succulent pig out of the oven.