Certainly Young's-the county's only Polynesian market-has crates of coconuts, tons of taro, and packets of poi (the taro-based paste similar to applesauce) galore. But items such as corned beef, pork bangers and breakfast biscuits are the true imperialists of Young's three aisles. See, the Polynesian palate is dominated by British faves. Because of this hospitality, county Polynesians have made Young's their piece of paradise.
Photo by OCW staffThe faded sign outside Young's Market in Santa Ana proudly proclaims, "Polynesian Food." For haoles ("non-islanders" in Hawaiian), that might conjure up visions of South Pacific luaus with suckling pigs buried in leaf-lined... More »
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