Poke’ is as synonymous with Hawaii as cheesesteak is with Philadelphia. You’ll find it everywhere from food trucks and gas stations, to grocery stores and surf shacks. For years, locals have been enjoying poke’ out of plastic storage dishes while seated on the hoods of cars or standing in food parks overlooking the beach. But recently, poke’ has made its way ashore, finding a place on upscale restaurant menus across the mainland. So just what is it? And, why should we by rushing to try a bite of this Hawaiian raw fish recipe that is suddenly getting its due?