Da Grinds

Traditional Hawaiian culture and the customs of Hawaii's ethnically diverse immigrants are an integral part of the social fabric. This is not simply a place where East meets West, but a place where the cultures merge in a manner which seems to bring out the best in all of them.

Visitors to the Hawaiian Islands love the way the food looks, the way it smells and the way it feels in their mouths.  It is both different and familiar at the same time.  Many people describe Hawaii as a melting Pot, but it is preferred to call it a salad bowl, where each ethnic group retains its singular identity, favorite ingredients and cooking styles.

Through this Hawaiian Cuisine is a fusion of many cuisines brought by multiethnic immigrants to the Hawaiian Islands, particularly of American, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Polynesian and Portuguese origins, including plant and animal food sources imported from around the world for agricultural use in Hawaii.




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