The poke bowl, in all its mysterious glory. It’s a culinary conundrum that few on the continental U.S. can pronounce. (It’s POH-keh, by the way.)
These treasures have long been a staple in the Hawaiian islands for Centuries, yet only now are they sweeping the nation as a must-have food trend.
Poke is cooked and raw, hot and cold — all at the same time. It resembles a beautifully crafted Chipotle burrito bowl, but with a sushi twist; it’s both a comfort food and a healthy meal.
“Ubiquitous in Hawaii — you can pick it up at grocery stores or even gas stations — poke is a deconstructed, flavorful version of sushi. It’s also generally healthy, endlessly customizable, and very pretty,”
Poke landed on a variety of food-trend lists for 2016, with fans attributing its appeal to factors such as convenience, customization and healthy ingredients.
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