Today Matson held its first annual FishFest in downtown Honolulu. The company dumped thousands of gallons of fresh molasses into Honolulu Harbor that “stunned” the fish making them easily gathered by the hundreds of eager participants.
“What was, at first, erroneously reported as a massive accident, was, in fact, a planned event,” said Matson spokesman, Max Kahn. “We thought, gee we have all this molasses, and there’s just too many fish around here…so, let’s do something nice for the people.”
Chinatown chef and ex-airline pilot, We To Low said, “This is great for Matson to do this for us.” He continued, “There are many different kinds of fish to choose from and with them already coated with molasses you just need a little vinegar and a few peppers to make a yummy sweet sour dish.”
Wee’s restaurant Low Cuisine will be featuring a Sweet Sour Fish Special for only $4.98 all week.