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Recipe by: Sam Choy | from Sam Choy's Polynesian Kitchen: More Than 150 Authentic Dishes from One of the World's Most Delicious and Overlooked CuisinesCookstr
Photo by: Joseph De Leo
I appreciate the simple style of Marquesan cooking. What they can’t grow for themselves they have to purchase off the cargo ships that frequent the harbors. As a result, the people on these fantastically beautiful islands have turned their tropical backyards into gardens of amazing variety. One woman proudly showed me her marvelous spinach patch. She walked out into the middle of the garden and picked a number of delicate, rich green leaves. We sat there, rinsed them, and ate them straight from the ground. What could be simpler and fresher than that?
Thoroughly wash spinach leaves. Tear leaves into bite-size pieces, and place in a large salad bowl.
Add poached shrimp, hearts of palm, onion, and desired amount of dressing.
Toss until ingredients are well coated. Sprinkle with orange sections and blue cheese crumbles.
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