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Poi is a traditional Hawaiian dish that is created from the potato like tuber “taro”. This root is available at grocery stores all over, and can by simply transformed into confusingly delicious poi in your own kitchen!
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I find Taro root very interesting.
Poi is a Hawaiian word for the primary Polynesian staple food made from the underground plant stem or corm of the taro plant (known in Hawaiian as kalo). It is a traditional part of Native Hawaiian cuisine. Poi is produced by mashing the cooked corm (baked or steamed) until it is a highly viscous fluid.
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Let’s talk about strange interview questions and Hawaiian food, people! Doing job interviews can be very stressful! Even more so when the Interviewer asks a really strange interview question that you’re not prepared for! In today’s video, I answer some pretty strange interview questions, some of which I honestly don’t know how I would respond if I were asked these questions in a real interview. Good thing we’ve got a healthy serving of Hawaiian food to keep us calm during this weird interview. Enjoy!
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3. If you could sing one song on American Idol, what would it be?
4. Are you more of a hunter or a gatherer?
5. If you were a box of cereal, what would you be and why?
6. Why is a tennis ball fuzzy?
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8. If you were 80 years old, what would you tell your children?
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10. When a hot dog expands, in which direction does it split and why?
11. Would you rather fight 1 horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses?
12. What would you do if you found a penguin in your freezer and why?
13. If you were a brand, what would be your motto?
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Aloha and thank you for tuning in to another series DINING WITH ALOHA CLAW. Today we are eating HAWAIIAN food and after we went to have dessert and this new place that serves treats with hydrogen. Next stop TILT STUDIO won on the KEYMASTER $250 TARGET gift card. But before I won I kinda broke the machine. Sorry we didn’t catch the win on film because I broke it but forgot to film again but it’s ok we came out with a MAJOR WIN. Hope you enjoy today’s video thanks for watching don’t forget to subscribe
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Tanioka’s is a local hole in the wall food spot in Waipahu, Hawaii, that I’d been wanting to eat at for many years. Finally, we made the drive out to Waipahu (about 30 mins or so from Honolulu), ordered some food, and ate it on the beach.
Tanioka’s Seafood and Catering – Waipahu, Hawaii – It’s a local Hawaii food spot, known for their takeaway bentos and lunchboxes, poke, and musubi. They also have a full cabinet of different deep fried things – like fish patties, tempura, and mochiko chicken. When you walk in, you immediately stand in line and pass through the line ordering whatever you see that looks good. One thing you can be certain of is that all their fish is extremely fresh. I was very excited, but it’s one of those places that you order a bunch of food, but you always feel like you missed ordering something important.
Here’s most of what I ordered:
Spam musubi / deluxe spam musubi
Poke bowl with fried belly
Spicy ahi bento
Total price – $67.90
It’s not cheap at all, but it’s typical Hawaii prices.
After getting the bags of food, I wanted to go eat somewhere along the beach. Since I don’t typically get out to the West Coast of Oahu very often, we decided to drive out to Kahe Point. The views were spectacular and we walked around for a little while, but there wasn’t a good grassy area to sit, so we continued on to Ko Olina. Ko Olina is a resort and golf course area, which amazing calm lagoons and grassy areas, perfect to dig into a Hawaii beach feast from Tanioka’s!
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In a classic Hawaiian meal, poi is the main starch on the plate. It plays the same role in a dish that rice often would: It’s filling, and it complements the other flavors in the meal. In this episode of Dining on a Dime, host Lucas Peterson stops by the Waiahole Poi Factory for a truly Hawaiian meal (and a music lesson on the nose flute).
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