North Shore Poke Co. Has a Poke-Man

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • April 12, 2012
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...
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