Hawaiian Regional Cuisine

An article by Nathan Fong from International Taste & Travel Magazine

Honolulu, with its supreme white sand Waikiki Beach, has been a popular travel destination from the first days of steamship travel in the early 20th century to the current jet age. The exotic locale and Hawaiian people were immortalized by glamorous posters and retro postcards of the ocean liners en route from the Orient to the American west coast, in the first real signature advertisements of the former Sandwich Islands. Sun-kissed, grass-skirted, long-haired Polynesian beauties and bronzed, muscled surfers lazed in their tropical paradise with the impressive extinct volcano, Diamond Head, in the background, a sure contrast to the conservatism back home on the mainland.

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