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Tuna poke

February 15, 2006

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If tuna tartare sounds too, well, European, there's always the Hawaiian version: poke. Traditionally made with raw fish, seaweed, and kukui nuts, poke (pronounced ''PO-keh") is ubiquitous in Hawaii, where street vendors and hotel chefs and home cooks all have a version. Here in the lower 48, the specialty sees every treatment imaginable. (Full article: 234 words)

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