We Mainlanders like to stereotype Hawaiians as obsessed with heavy meals such as plate lunches or loco moco, but the true religion is poke. A distant relative of Tahitian poisson cru and ika mata of the Cook Islands, poke is as indigenous to the Aloha State as the palm trees and the humidity. It's often just made of cubed ahi, sprinkled with sea salt, garnished with frilly seaweed called limu—a dish made by the people of Hawaii, for the... More >>>