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Multiple spots to satisfy craving for that beloved Hawaiian fish salad

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Multiple spots to satisfy craving for that beloved Hawaiian fish salad

Earlier this year we told you bowls—particularly poke bowls—were a hot trend in food. Pat on the back, because we were right on. Poke, which means chunk in Hawaiian, is a raw fish salad with sesame oil, green onions and soy sauce. This cool dish is popping up all over town; you can find it on menus as an appetizer or served over rice as a main dish.

Here are a few places to get your poke:

5 Fusion & Sushi Bar

821 NW Wall St., Bend

(541) 323-2328

www.5fusion.com

Big Island Kona Mix Plate

680 SW Powerhouse Dr, Ste 1004, Bend

(541) 633-7378

www.konamixplate.com

El Kussho, a pop up on Monday Nights at El Sancho

335 NE Dekalb Ave, Bend

(458) 206-5973

www.facebook.com/kusshinw

Kanpai Sushi & Sake Bar

990 NW Newport Ave., Bend (541) 388-4636

www. Kanpai-bend.com

Mother's Downtown Kitchen

10 NW Minnesota Ave., Bend (541) 382-1870

www.mothersjuicecafe.com

Market of Choice's Poke Bar

115 NW Sisemore St., Bend

(541) 382-5828

www.marketofchoice.com

Shinsei Sushi

63455 N Hwy 97, Ste. 35, Bend

(541) 306-3486

www.shinseibend.com

Cascade Crunch Pops into Wabi Sabi

In the back of Wabi Sabi on Wall Street is a colorful popcorn shop boasting almost 40 flavors of fresh, gourmet popcorn. Susan Bannon opened the shop last month as a way to express her creative spirit through flavored popcorn. All of the popcorn is made fresh in-house with coconut oil. Susan loves experimenting, so you can find tons of rotating sweet and savory flavors including green apple, frosted birthday cake, orange creamsicle, cheddar pretzel ale, cinnamon butter toast and many more. Stop in and try a free sample.

Cascade Crunch

830 NW Wall St., Bend

541-797-3124

Sat. 1-7 pm, Sun. Noon– 5 pm

www.facebook.com/cascadecrunch


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