Poke is coming to town! This Hawaiian free-form salad comes from the Hawaiian verb for “to section, slice, or cut” and can be found all over Hawaii. Poke has made its way into the U.S. market and is gracing menus all around the country. It’s become so popular now that Poke-centric shops are popping up left and right. Traditional poke is made with diced tuna, but since leaving the big island can be found in other fish forms like salmon and yellowtail. The raw fish is diced, marinated in soy sauce and sesame oil, and then served over seasoned rice topped with a myriad of vegetables. This fresh, healthy, and quick dish is already one of the biggest food trends of 2016. From California to New York, everyone is looking to get their poke fix.