A Cu­rated Col­lec­tion

We’ve culled a list of our fa­vorite foods, ad­ven­tures and aloha wear.

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It’s not pro­nounced poke, like a jab, but PO-kay, as in the Hawai­ian sta­ple that has been around for cen­turies. In its sim­plest form, poke is com­posed of raw, bite-sized cubes of fish—usu­ally ahi—which are sea­soned with Hawai­ian sea salt. Here are some of our fa­vorites. (1) Clams spiced with red and yel­low chili flakes. (2) Tako (oc­to­pus) sea­soned with gin­ger and gar­lic. (3) Sal­mon mixed with toma­toes and onions. The com­bi­na­tions and in­car­na­tions may be in­fi­nite but the clas­sic ahi poke will al­ways be a fa­vorite among lo­cals and visi­tors alike.

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