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Kamehameha Heights

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  • Day61

    Spam, spam, spam, spam

    May 14, 2017 in the United States

    My Hawaiian food entry ...

    Spam musubi (grilled spam with a block of rice wrapped in seaweed (nori) sheets) really is a thing, and popular. I got mine at Bishop Museum cafe, but they're available all over in convenience stores. Spam came here with American GIs around the time of WWII, and there was already a Japanese American population... fusion food!
    My verdict? Tasty! Beats a soggy sandwich any day. There are plenty of variants, most common is added scrambled egg.
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  • Day5

    Bishop Museum

    January 23, 2017 in the United States

    On Monday morning Carole was back at her conference and Mike headed to the Bishop Museum which was a really interesting look at Hawaii's history. Some fascinating exhibits told the story of how Hawaii was united under King Kamehameha, and how it eventually became a US territory and state. The cape and helmet below are what Kalaniʻōpuʻu, the king of Hawaii island at the time, placed on Capt. James Cook as a gesture of good will when he arrived at the island. Like many other European explorers to new lands, they thought he was a god.Read more

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