"Kalua Pork and Cabbage"
– What We Eat and Where We're From –
Kalua Pork and Cabbage
Archival Art Print
6" x 4" Recipe Card // 9" x 6" Print
About this piece:
Kalua Pork is a staple of locals in Hawaii - it can be seen at luaus, parties, food stands, and everywhere in between. It's my personal favorite dish whenever I go home to Hawaii. Traditionally, a whole pig is put in an underground oven called an imu (a pit dug into the ground and filled with hot stones) and cooked for the whole day. The oven is lined with banana leaves and ti leaves to keep in moisture. The result is a tasty, smoky, tender, and delicious meal! My recipe is a modern version using a slow cooker since we can't all dig an imu or roast a whole pig on a whim. Enjoy it with some good friends, good music, and aloha!
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