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Shave Ice Cold, tasty, and rainbow colored. In the Hawaiian language, Lahaina means "relentless sun". If you find yourself craving coolness, try the Hawaiian version of a snow cone - shave ice! Ululani's Shave Ice serves them up cold and frosty (I like mine with ice cream). Plate Lunch What is a Plate Lunch? Two scoops rice, one scoop macaroni salad, with a savory main course, such as Hawaiian Kalua Pig, Loco Moco, or Chicken Teriyaki. Plate lunches began when the sugar plantation workers would share their lunch from their kau kau (food) tins, combining dishes from different ethnic backgrounds. >> >> Loco Moco Ahi Poke Fell in love with Ahi Poke at the Old Lahaina Luau? You're not alone. Here's how you can make your own: 1 pound fresh Ahi tuna cut into 1-inch cubes, 1/2 cup chopped limu kohu (red seaweed), 1 teaspoon inamona (roasted, crushed kukui nut), 1/2 cup Aloha Shoyu (soy sauce), 1 Maui onion, diced. Mix all ingredients and chill for 1 hour. >> When on Maui, You Gotta Try ese! LOCAL SPECIALTIES 88 << DINING Maui Magazine • MauiMagazines.pub

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