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Everything about Hawaii is comforting, even the food | Arts & Appetite


Last updated 10/15/2021 at 10:18am

Photo courtesy of Maria A. Montalvo

The Kalua pig is in the foreground with the wonton soup in the back. In the background are Musubi, one Portuguese sausage, and one spam.

We in the Pacific Northwest are lucky to be as close as we are to Hawaii. It may be six hours away, but when you are talking about taking in the beauty and gratification of being in Hawaii, well, it's all relative.

That proximity does have other advantages, for example, our many options for Hawaiian food. Many restaurants in the area feature Hawaiian dishes or recipes or flavors.

Poke, the diced raw fish dish featured in native Hawaiian cuisine, is pervasive these days, and we could not be happier about that. But there is much more to Hawaiian food, and I decided to revisit a classic Puge...

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