Imagine being able to pack a poke bowl for lunch and eat it at your desk without having cold rice or paying an arm and a leg to go out for poke. Or, imagine having a delicious seafood dinner in just minutes. At over a hundred years old, Brooklyn’s favorite Acme Smoked Fish is keeping up with the times with their new poke bowls.
A classic and healthy Hawaiian Poke isn’t difficult to make at home. With a sharp knife, some fresh fish and a few staple Asian ingredients, you’ll whip this up in 20 minutes.
It is safe to say, the poke craze has hit the continental US. So what is it? (By the way it’s pronounced “po-kay”) Poke is a raw fish salad that Hawaiians have been making for centuries, even if they didn’t call it by the specific name of “poke” at the beginning. Hawaii is a vastly multicultural place, and each cultural group and even each family had their own special version. So there are Hawaiian interpretations, Japanese interpretations and more. Tuna seems to be the most traditional main ingredient, but there are versions out there that use salmon, shrimp or even tofu.
With a classic flavor combination, this lemon blueberry cake is made just like a poke cake to let the sweet blueberry filling mingle with the soft lemon cake. Frost in a cheesecake icing and you will be set.
This protein packed dish is refreshing as a summer meal and includes sweet mango, creamy avocado, and crunchy macadamia nuts for the perfect flavors and textures to enhance the marinate ahi tuna.
This summer, try pairing Portugese Vinho Verde with delicious warm weather dishes like this Salmon and Tuna Poke Bowl. Perfect for picnics, festivals and al fresco dining.
Poke is a Hawaiian-style sashimi that is a fresh and filling dish and will knock your espadrilles off.
Gather inspiration from the Hawaiian islands and learn how to prepare fresh poke bowls no matter how far away you are.
A local Hawaiian lets us in on her regional poke and her favorite sauces and mix-ins to serve with the ahi tuna.
Also known as a poke cake, try this take on a traditional cannoli. Without buttercream, this cake is not too sweet with ricotta and mascarpone topping.
This open air, over-water tropical Polynesian hut style restaurant is what most have in mind when they visit Hawaii. With an extensive seafood menu full of sustainable options and prepared by Chef Lofaro’s deft hand, you truly are in paradise.