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In 1959, Hawai‘i officially became the 50th state. Statehood paved the way for Hawaiians and Hawai‘i’s immigrants to participate in the American democratic process. With the rise of the civil rights movement in the 1960s, Hawaiians began to reclaim their own identity, from language to hula. Political activism, too, has increased over the decades, though there’s a wide spectrum of opinion. Previous Chapter | Beginning of Chapter | Next Chapter | Table of Contents Previous Chapter | Next Chapter | Table of Contents O‘ahu.
Many mom-and-pop stores sell them in commercial steamer display cases along with pork hash and other dim sum. Modern-day fillings include curry chicken. Fresh ‘Ahi or Tako Poke There’s nothing like fresh ‘ahi or tako (octopus) poke to break the ice at a backyard party, except, of course, the cold beer handed to you from the cooler. The perfect pūpū, poke (pronounced poh-kay) is basically raw seafood cut into bite-sized chunks and mixed with everything from green onions to roasted and ground kukui nuts.
Buy them by the dozen, hot from the fryer, placed in brown paper bags to absorb the grease. Or bite into gourmet malasadas at restaurants, filled with vanilla or chocolate cream. Shave Ice Much more than just a snow cone, shave ice is what locals crave after a blazing day at the beach or a hot-as-hades game of soccer. If you’re lucky, you’ll find a neighborhood store that hand shaves the ice, but it’s rare. Either way, the counter person will ask you first if you’d like ice cream and/or azuki beans scooped into the bottom of the cone or cup.