Pupus are Hawaiian term for "Appetizers" and to save money when going to restaurants for Pupus, do it during Hawaiian happy hour called "Pau Hana". Pupus refer to hot or cold appetizers, which can include a wide range of items such as macadamia nuts, won tons, chunks of fresh pineapple or coconut and barbecued meats, etc. Pupus is pronounced "poo-poos".

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