He is working to lift the poi restrictions placed on his client.
poi is called "one-finger," "two-finger," or "three-finger," according to the thickness of the paste.
For commissary, he had a calabash of poi and a string of red peppers.
Duke Kahanamoku, a native who has always lived on poi, is the champion swimmer of the world.
We sat down to breakfast,—poi and salt, and not enough of that.
Women engage in the poi dance, which is a series of motions, gone through to the accompaniment of a concertina.
There must be a large one to hold the "poi," and a smaller one for drinking-water.
She has pounded some taro and filled her calabash with poi, and would feed thee once more.
The poi had been buried in the ground until it was slightly fermented.
I was very anxious to taste the native dish of poi, and our driver said he would take us to a place where we could get some.
1823, from Hawaiian poi "food made from taro root."