Stories Of Polynesia and Beyond
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This simple recipe makes a hearty, healthy bowl of pumpkin soup. Recipe includes optional ingredients to truly individualize your experience.
Read the legend of ‘Aho’eitu, the mortal son of the god Tangaloa ‘Eitumatupu’a who became the first King of Tonga.
The Tahitian people honor the legend of the Tiare to this day. The simple, white flower petals are only part of their appeal. They also give off a strong and intoxicating fragrance.
Enjoy the Maori legend of how the Kiwi bird lost it’s wings, as told by the Polynesian Cultural Center.
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Enjoy this spicy Green Papaya Salad from our neighbors in the Philippines that is becoming popular throughout the islands. This recipe was shared by Kezia Mendoza. Many thanks. It's been fun learning how to make this dish - I love it so much, I keep a bottle in my...
Samoan legend tells of a blind woman and her daughter who were seeking food and refuge and their transformation into a turtle and a shark.
A quick legend on how Maui made the Hawaiian islands
Enjoy this Fijian legend, “The Red Prawns of Vatulele” from the Polynesian Cultural Center
During this unplanned break, the Polynesian Cultural Center is not sitting back and letting opportunities pass us by. While following the very important social distancing standards established by the Centers of Disease Control (CDC), we are addressing projects that have had to be placed on hold in the past. We are preparing for bigger and better services to you, our ohana.
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