If Hawaii has always felt a bit, well, out there, that’s because it is. The 49th state is nearly 2,500 miles from California (and less than 4,000 miles from Japan). But Hawaiian culture — and Hawaiian food in particular — is having something of a moment on the mainland. Poke, a traditional Hawaiian raw fish salad that’s basically a chunkier version of tuna tartare, is everywhere; SPAM is staging a comeback; and it seems inevitable that the loco moco, a two-patty burger with fried eggs and gravy, will make an appearance on the Shake Shack menu any day now.
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