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  • n. A Hawaiian dish of pork wrapped in taro leaf.

Etymologies

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Hawaiian

Examples

  • My specialties are barbeque chicken, laulau... a lot of authentic food.

    Aloha! Hawaii Five-0 Brings Shrimp, Success to Local Taylor Wily

  • When we eat at Ono's, I think of Obama growing up in Honolulu and eating kalua pig or laulau (pork wrapped in taro leaf).

    Linda Bergthold: Obama in Hawaii

  • *A terrific, easy to follow recipe for laulau is here, at Ma'ona blog.

    Hau'oli Makahiki Hou! Happy New Year!

  • Barack and the family are leaving Oahu today to go to DC after a quick stop in Chicago, but perhaps they'll have a chance to eat either sashimi or laulau before they get on the plane; both are good luck foods for the New Year in Hawai'i.

    Hau'oli Makahiki Hou! Happy New Year!

  • I got a complaint about heating up some laulau one day from one of the Adkins Lovers in the office who used to open up the worst looking and smelling canned tuna.

    Kitchen Etiquette 101

  • Kua'aina, Hula Hālau o Moana and Hālau o Keikiali'i of Sacramento; tickets are $10, with food laulau casserole, lomi salmon, white rice, green and mac salads sold separately.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • The Inaugural Luau will feature Hawaiian music and island food including laulau, kalua pork, lomi salmon, long rice and poi.

    KITV.com - Local New

  • The "pizza" is a family favourite, though we try to switch it up with other dishes like laulau ...

    A Passion For Food

  • Of course it can't compare to butterfish, but for the cost (very cheap), pork fat will do the job in keeping the whole laulau moist, tender and absolutely ono!

    The Tasty Island

  • Unfortunately there wasn't any butterfish in it, which is the ultimate flavoring ingredient in a laulau, but to make up for that, it looks like they deliberately put in a generous chunk of pork fat to kick the flavor up a notch …

    The Tasty Island

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