• hawaje
    Polynesia,  USA

    Hawaiian cuisine part II

    Hawaiian cuisine consists not only of the wide range of main dishes, it’s also the heaven for sweets and fruit lovers. On the O’ahu island you’ll find the huge pineapple plantation which belonged to the well-known Dole company. Apart from popular pineapples which are sold in the supermarkets, you’ll see there also a rare red variety of this fruit. Hawaiian pineapples are sweeter in comparison to those available in the shops. As you can see below, we had another pineapple foodie 😉 On Hawaiian islands you can taste also: lychee, mango, carambolas, bananas, papayas, rambutans, longans, jackfruit and dragon fruit. The best fruit and local products are sold on farmers’…

  • kuchnia hawajska
    Polynesia,  USA

    Hawaiian cuisine part I

    Hawaiian cuisine is very varied and reflects interesting history of these islands. It’s famous for the unique combination of products and spices from every part of the world. The archipelago located in the middle of the Pacific, halfway between the United States and Japan was a main target for many sailors who settled there. Thousands miles from their homes, they wanted to make Hawaiian islands a makeshift homeland by introducing their cuisine. Polynesians, well – known for perfect navigational skills, arrived there first. They planted there taro, coconuts, sugar cane and sweet potatoes.   Polynesians’ staple food was poi – thick paste, made of taro, which resembles pudding and tastes like…

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