Andrew heads to Hawaii, going beyond the typical tourist destinations to sample authentic Hawaiian cuisine, including poi, octopus, wild boar organs and a local favorite: Spam.Go to Episode
Andrew goes off the beaten tourist path to the island of Molokai to look for a special shellfish with a local paniolo, aka cowboy. He eats opihi, a popular shellfish eaten raw or cooked.
North Shore Family Luau
Andrew joins 5 generations of the Logan family for a traditional family luau. He eats crab, roast pig, poi (made from taro plant roots), bone fish (raw fish mixed with salt and onions) and He'e (octopus mixed with taro leaves and coconut milk).
55-11 Kamehameha Highway, Laie, HI 96762
Andrew takes a trip up the side of a dormant volcano. He hunts wild boar and tastes Na'au (boar heart, liver, spleen and intestines cooked in animal's blood) and boar marinated for several days in a sauce made from sugar, soy and Chinese spices.
Hana Highway, Haiku, HI 96708
Andrew takes some time to smell and eat the flowers on the slopes of the Halakalea Crater. He tries ono with lavender seasonings, lamb with mint and lavender chutney, maui onion and goat.
Ali'lula Farm 1100 Waipoli Rd., Kula, HI
Roy whips up a special dish just for Andrew, including escargot, goat stew made with intestines and bile, and nato (fermented soybeans) mixed with candlenuts, clams, chives, wasabi and sesame oil on a tofu foundation with salmon caviar and seaweed.
4405 Honoapiilani Highway, Lahaina, HI 96761
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