I adapted this recipe from Sunset Magazine's "Cobbler for a Crowd". I did cut the sugar in the original recipe, which also calls for fresh fruit which has a better texture. I do add some fresh peaches for that reason when it is available.
Korean style pickled cabbage. Some kind of kim chi is served with every Korean meal. It is also an ingredient in kim chi fried rice, soups, and it also goes surprisingly well replacing lettuce in tuna sandwiches
Filipino salad utilizes unusual ingredients. Home gardeners who grow their own peas, squash, chayote, swamp cabbage, marunguray, katuday, fern shoots, and sweet potato leaves make use of more than one part of the plant.
Malasadas is a local treat brought to Hawaii by the Portuguese. Leonard's Bakery served the first malasadas on Shrove Tuesday in 1953. Now, it is an any day treat. This doughnut without a hole is soft, warm and sweet.