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LUAU PLATE EXPLANATION 5X7 FOR PRINT

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LUAU PLATE EXPLANATION 5X7 FOR PRINT

  1. 1. The Hawaiian plate lunch began sometime between 200-500 A.D including items like taro, ulu (breadfruit), puaa (pig) and moa (chickens). Over the years the plate lunch has evolved. Enjoy the Hula Grill Waikiki Hawaiian Luau plate, featuring a sampling of many local favorites, available every Friday ‘til 3pm. Tutu’s Moonshine Just like tutu (grandma) used to make, Hawaiian Moonshine is a modern version of okolehao - an ancient Hawaiian alcoholic spirit whose main ingredient was the root of the ti plant. Mixed with Grand Marnier, fresh pineapple, passion, Manoa honey and served in a pineapple! Pa’ina time! $14 Add a fresh pineapple cup to any drink for $5 LUNCH LUAU HULA GRILL WAIKIKI
  2. 2. HAWAIIAN LUAU PLATE haupialomi pokepipikaula li hing mui Poilau lau In the classical preparation, the laulau is placed in an underground oven, called an imu. Hot rocks are placed on the items and covered in banana leaves. kalua pig furikake A thick, creamy and slightly sweet flavor, poi was long a staple of the native Hawaiian diet and held spiritual significance for the islanders. Often the centerpiece of a traditional luau, a pig is wrapped in ti or banana leaves and cooked in an imu (underground oven) until the meat falls off the bone. A popular Japanese condiment used mainly as a seasoning for rice. Nori (dried seaweed) is cut into tiny pieces and serves as the salty element. Similair to beef jerky, it is prepared by first rubbing strips of beef with coarse salt and hanging to dry until the outside is dry and the inside is still soft and tender. Pronounced “po-kay”, it is the Hawaiian verb for "section" or "to slice or cut". It is enjoyed as a pupu (appetizer). There are many variations of poke from raw fish to edamame. Meaning “to rub, squeeze, massage” in Hawaiian; it refers to a preparation which traditionally requires massaging foods together to blend the flavors. Rich & sweet, the traditional Hawaiian recipe calls for heated coconut milk to be mixed with ground pia (arrowroot) until the mixture vthickens. It is one of many Hawaiian “comfort foods." A sweet and salty powder made of plums, added by locals to anything from fruit to island cocktails. Coat a lemon and enjoy for a quick sore throat remedy. HAWAIIAN LUAU PLATE #HGWAlohaFriday www.HulaGrillWaikiki.com

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