Hawaii Siobhan O'Reilly

Hawaii is a group of small islands in the Pacific Ocean. It is known for the tropical weather and beautiful landscapes. With the volcanos, beaches, waterfalls, and tropical plants Hawaii is a great place to take a vacation.

Hawaii is known for growing sugarcane, coffee, pineapple, and Macadamia nuts.
Because Hawaii is an Island many fish and shellfish dishes are made.
Hawaii is said to be first inhabited by Polynesian explorers, they brought with them their own culture and traditions. Later the British, French, and Portuguese visited the island while passing by. Each bringing new traditions and goods. Later big businesses bought out the land for big plantations, mostly growing pineapple and sugarcane. Tons of migrant workers form China Japan and the Philippines came to work on them. The Japanese brought their love for tofu and stir fry and the Philippinos brought their love for Pork.
FUN FACTS! Spam is extremely popular in Hawaii! They eat it cooked, cold and fried, spam sushi is a very popular snack . Dole Pineapple is grown in Hawaii and produces over one third of the world's pineapple.

WESTERN OMELET USING SPAM! Ingredients

4 teaspoons butter or margarine

1 12-ounce can SPAM® Classic diced

1/4 teaspoon chili powder

8 large eggs

1 chopped large green bell pepper

2 thinly sliced medium onions

4 tablespoons milk

1/2 teaspoon salt

2 tablespoons vegetable oil

http://www.spam.com/recipes/western-omelet

Credits:

Created with images by BKD - "beach palms hawaii" • hyku - "Sugar Rows" • theogeo - "pineapple" • jarmoluk - "coffee beans coffee the drink" • Victoria Reay - "Fish" • paulbr75 - "starfish sea life animal" • skeeze - "hawaiian hula dancers aloha stadium dod photo" • kalleboo - "SPAM musubi" • JeepersMedia - "Dole Pineapple Juice"

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