Hawaiian Macadamia Nuts
Here in Hawaiian Macadamia Nuts, the long-concealed truth of the Civil War:
The truth is quite different from what you thought you had learned in American History. The real reason the South lost the war is simply that Hawaii, a southern state albeit, did not join ranks with Dixie and enter into the fray. Had we done so, we might have lent our improving touch to things, and the supreme comfort of southern cooking Hawaiian-style might soon have insinuated itself into hateful hearts all around and conquered all. Imagine: macadamia nut cornbread, infused with the delicate sweetness and soft crunch of the noble nut. Irresistible! The boys from up north would surely have hastened to throw down their rifles to join in the repast, with the outcome of the war altogether different. There simply cannot exist a difference of opinion that cannot be resolved through the good offices of good eating like this.
Hoʻokahi ka ʻilau like ʻana. – Wield the paddles together. (Work together.)
I’m quite certain your next destination is Macadamia Nut Chocolate!
P.S. If you have a taste for history, we invite you to our companion site WisdomMaps.info. It’s history as you’ve never seen it!