(kah-loo-a; Hawaiian) A cooking technique in which foods are wrapped in leaves and steamed over hot rocks in an earthen pit.
the process of baking underground in an imu. Commonly used for pig roasts.
Traditional method of cooking food in an imu
To bake in an underground pit or oven. Often used to describe pig served at lu'aus.
Hawaiian term for to bake in an underground pit or oven.