Freelance Travel & Lifestyle Writer
Think of the United States and food, and it doesn’t take long to conjure up images of cheeseburgers and fries, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and chili dogs. However, while Hawaii is the 50th state, its unique location in a part of the Pacific Ocean known as Polynesia, a relative stone’s throw from Asia, the cuisine of the Hawaiian islands have a distinct identity.
That’s not to say the U.S. mainland staples are not on the menu, they are, and many vacationers happily graze their way through the tastes of home on their trip to the islands.
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