Digging for the Roots of Hawaiian Roast Pork

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Great eating means great recipes. Together with Campbell's Sauces, we're looking at the origins of some classic preparations, from around the country and around the world.

The only food more iconic to Hawaii than the pineapple is slow-roasted pork, cooked underground. Where did this tradition come from? We dig into the roots of this Hawaiian pork — also known as kalua pork — and the tradition of a luau feast in this episode of "The Source."


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