Monday, November 30, 2009

secrets to a successful kaya toast enterprise

first, u need a qualified "auntie" to handle the coordinationDSC03556
then, u need someone very talented at cutting bread sideways. preferably get someone who was once your kindergarten classmate (HAHA) :)DSC03565 
give each person fixed tasks and get them to work in a line.
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2 min 10 seconds is the key, my friend!DSC03568
TADA!
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get someone to taste the food.DSC03559
of course, what is kaya toast without bubble tea right? so, u have to hire the bubble tea aunties. make sure they are joyful in their service! like these :)
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but don't allow them to get too "high" on the bubble tea!DSC03574
arrange the food nicely
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check for customer's satisfaction, from young...DSC03599
to old!
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at the end of it all, give thanks to God for all things, including the wonderful fellow workers and the great privilege to serve Him in this fun yet fruitful way :)

5 comments:

joan:) said...

HAHAHA LUKE! :)

thank God for the time of fellowship when we were doing refreshments.. truly the Lord watches over us as we do His work! :)

auntie said...

=) thank God for these memories!

pp said...

perhaps this is a prelude to opening a cafe eh:)hehe.

Praise God for seeing us through a year of providing food for God's "army"!

XUE said...

How funny to come across yr blog & this Kaya post. I was justing writing to my Singapore niece to ask her to buy some Kaya for my 9 yr old daughter. We live in Tokyo & right now, my husband is on a biz trip in SIngapore. He's German & not familiar with Kaya but he knows it as "SHrek" jam - the term that our daughter uses since she was a toddler.
I love sewing too & is extremely addicted to Japanese fabrics.
So, greetings from Tokyo!

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