At Dole plantation, Honolulu Hawaii Koi fish fighting on top of each other to get the food. Something I have never seen before!
이번 에피소는에서 오빠와 철수는 “할레-아이나”라는 하와이언 식당을 찾아가 보았습니다. 켈리포니아는 하와이 다음으로 하와이언들이 가장 많이 살고있습니다. 그래서 로스 앤젤레스에는 최고의 하와이언 음식들이 많이 있습니다. “할레-아이나”에서는 몇대에 걸처서 특별한 조리법을 전수하고 있고 하와이에서 직접 신선한 재료를 수입하는 로스 앤젤레스에 있는 몇 곳 중 하나입니다. 알로하!
On this episode Oppa and 철수 try Hawaiian food at Island Eats Hale ‘Aina. California has the largest population of Hawaiians outside of Hawaii. That’s why Los Angeles has some of the best Hawaiian food. Island Eats Hale ‘Aina uses recipes passed down from generations and is one of the few places in Los Angeles that imports fresh ingredients directly from Hawaii. Aloha!
Vintage Hawaiian – Johnny Nobles/Surfin’ A Go Go/Hawaiian Maoris Preparation/Positive Ukulele
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On this adventure we went to Laverns for one of the best hawaiian plates on the island in our opinion 🙂 The Mahi will definitely have us going back there again so we recommend getting that! the Squid luau was also winnahz! It’s currently located in waikele shopping center next to Pet Depot in the parking lot (In the corner with all the other food trucks). There aren’t any tables so keep that in mind, we just made a little picnic spot on the side. The experience was awesome and we really enjoyed eating there! Comment where you or what you’d like to see us do (or go) next ! thanks for all the support and love
Hawaiian poke, and the poke bowl, is one of my favorite meals. Get details about Kahuku Superette here: http://migrationology.com/2012/04/hawaiian-poke-bowl-kahuku-superette/
There are lots of reasons to visit Hawaii, but the best reason in my opinion is to take advantage of the delicious food. You’ll find all sorts of, especially Asian food, and a lot of local Hawaiian food as well. One of the ultimate things I love to eat in Hawaii is known as poke. Hawaiian poke is basically cubes of raw fish marinated in a variety of seasonings that usually includes soy sauce and sesame oil, among many different other ingredients depending on what you order.
Normally as soon as possible, after landing in Honolulu, I go straight to the nearest restaurant to grab some fresh poke. It’s like candy for me, and I could eat it every single day of my life – it really is one of my favorite foods in the world. There are all sorts of different types of poke, including spicy ahi poke, shoyu poke, salmon poke, and even poke made with different kinds of seafood. One of the most common and beloved types of Hawaiian poke is made from freshly caught ahi, which is tuna.
Often times poke is bought by the pound, in small plastic containers, and then eaten along with a full Hawaiian style meal, or picnic. Poke goes great with fried chicken, SPAM musubi, fried noodles, or it actually just goes great by itself, or with only a hot fresh bowl of rice. Something that is very popular these days is called a poke bowl. You basically order as much rice as you want, and then they put the raw fish right on top of the hot rice in a bowl. You can get poke bowls all over Hawaii and Honolulu, but one of the best places on the island, is a little convenience store known as Kahuku Superette.
Kahuku Superette is a very average looking shop in the small town of Kahuku, on the island of Oahu. It really doesn’t look like much from the outside, and when you walk in you’ll immediately see mostly beer and drinks that they are selling, and canned goods. But keep walking towards the back of the shop, and that’s when you’ll see the glass cabinet fridge, showcasing a beautiful display of fresh poke. There are only a few choices to choose from at Kahuku Superette, and probably the most popular is their sweet onion shoyu poke. You can order it with no rice, but I think the best way to get it is with hot white rice at the bottom, and at least a half a pound of the poke right on top.
They only have takeaway, so after you order, you can either eat some right there in your car, or you can drive to the nearest beach like we did. Whatever you decide, your mouth is going to be watering as soon as you get your poke bowl. Along with poke at Kahuku Superette, they also have things like kimchi, which also goes great with rice and raw fish.
So we headed to go to the nearest beach, and I was incredibly excited to start digging in. The cubes of fish were literally like butter, extremely tender and just melted in my mouth. The pieces of fish were also extremely flavorful, coated in a wonderful sauce made from lots of sesame oil, soy sauce, and those wonderful sweet onions, and also a hint of chili pepper. The poke bowl, including cold fish along with hot fresh steamed rice, is one of the world’s great combinations, and it never gets old for me.
Address: 56-505 Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku, HI (not far from the North Shore)
Phone: 96731(808) 293-9878
Hours: Monday through Sunday 6 am — 10 pm
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From street food to luau feasts, trendy hotspots to timeless classics, I’m sharing with you my first-hand tips on where to eat when you on Oahu.
I spent one week exploring the North Shore, Kailua and Honolulu, and in that time I ate VERY well. All of the locations in this video were my favorite eats, for breakfast, lunch, snacks, happy hour and of course, dinner.
Featured eats: Mahina & Suns, Leonard’s Bakery, Kono’s, Sprouts, Pioneer Saloon, Maui Brewing Co and much more!
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Englewood – La La La
Drake – Feel no ways instrumental
Gzuw – Hawaii
Queen – Don’t Stop Me Now
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Ren + Stimpy – Happy Go Lively
Spongebob – On the Beach
http://twitter.com/chrispirillo – I’m dining at a Hawaiian culinary institution. This food is amazing. The chili rivals Steak & Shake from the mainland. You must try both of these dishes at Zippy’s if you come to Hawaii for any amount of time. Comfort food, FTW!
Helana’s Hawaiian Food has amazing tasting food located in the Honolulu area. The Ahi Poke with Opihi was amazing, the kalua pork was juicy and was beyond description, the pipikaula ribs were out of this world and the haupia was a great way to finish off the lunch. Helena’s food is great. You will want to save some extra time for parking and waiting in line or you can get your order for take out.
This video was filmed at Helena’s Hawaiian Food & Ala Moana Beach Park
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Tawny Clark of Captain and Clark from the Expedia Viewfinder travel blog shares how to enjoy some of her favorite traditional Hawaiian food. Whether you’re going back to Hawaii or visiting for the first time, her suggestion is to get a plate lunch. They’re easy to take on the road, they’re very affordable, and you can try an array of Hawaiian favorites.
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Here is something different from the norm on my channel. Today I will be showing you guys my recipe for Salmon Poke. This is a simple recipe and you too can make poke easy and fast at home.
Prep Time: ~10-15minutes
You can eat this after you mix all ingredients together or let it set in the fridge to marinate for a couple hours for a richer flavor.
Sorry I didn’t have any ogo seaweed on hand for this video.
I don’t like to add salt in this recipe because it already gets a salty flavor from the soy sauce.