The Right Slice pan deposits

If you have ever purchased a beautiful deep dish pie from us here at The Right Slice, you know we ask you to pay for the glass pie pan it comes in, and then we reimburse you when you return the pan to us!
This policy has worked well for us for over 10 years, but in the current season of change we find ourselves in, we are taking this opportunity to update some of our policies.
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Family Size Chicken Pot Pie

Pie Delivery Schedule

Here is a current, but subject to change, thanks to COVID 19; The Right Slice Pie Delivery Schedule.
Thank you, first of all, for bearing with us as every day seems to be different!  But, we are excited to see glimmers of hope at a new norm…whatever that may be!
Tuesday May 5th we will be delivering to Kapa’a, Kilauea and Princeville.  
Place your order by Monday at Noon for Tuesday delivery.
Times and Places at follows:

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Haupia Purple Sweet Potato Pie

Updated Temporary Hours

Starting Sunday, April 26th we will be having the following hours of availability at the Kalaheo shop.
Monday through Thursday 10-6:30
Friday and Saturday 10-4
Sunday closed until large gatherings are brought back like church and family functions
Tuesday:  Lunch deliveries to Lihue, no charge, no minimum
Friday:  deliveries to Kalaheo, Koloa and Poipu from 4-5 pm, no charge, no minimum
May 5th:  deliveries to Kapaa 8:30 am, Kilauea 9:30 am and Princeville 10:30 am  $8 charge, no minimum.

Shepherds Pie

Feeding Hungry Bellies, One Pot Pie at a Time

Aloha! I just returned from donating over 60 pot pie dinners to local families!  What a great thing to be a part of.  My customers are truly the best!

I understand that some of you would like to donate pot pie dinners to feed hungry bellies here on Kauai, but were confused how to do so.  I want to make it easier for you!  We don’t want any bellies to go hungry!

 

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Unusual Pie Times…Positive Pie Times…

I thought I would give you an update…since we seem to have settled into our new ‘normal’ in the past few days.
When we made the difficult decision to lay off our staff so that they could collect unemployment, I had a few small goals in mind, keeping the bakery going, as a one woman show.
First was to pay my employees’ medical insurance premiums for this month, and second was to pay the electric bill.
I am happy to …