"Pokērrito” (pokē + burrito) is a name that was filed for a trademarked in September 2015. Los Angeles magazine described the dish (from Great Rice Balls of Fire) on January 28, 2016:
“The tuna and salmon pokerrito—a portmanteau of poke and burrito, along the same lines of the sushirrito and the phorrito—stuffed with avocado, seaweed salad, red onion, and mixed greens.”
Poke /poʊˈkeɪ/ is a raw fish salad served as an appetizer in Hawaiian cuisine. Pokē is the Hawaiian verb for “section” or “to slice or cut”. Ahi poke is generally made with yellowfin tuna but in modern poke recipes raw salmon, smoked octopus, to various shell fish and generally any bite size appetizer seasoned with the common “poke” seasonings can be considered Poke.
Los Angeles magazine
Bite of the Week: Tuna and Salmon Pokerrito From Great Rice Balls of Fire
An up-close look at our editors’ favorite bites from around the city
January 28, 2016 Josh Scherer
What: The tuna and salmon pokerrito—a portmanteau of poke and burrito, along the same lines of the sushirrito and the phorrito—stuffed with avocado, seaweed salad, red onion, and mixed greens.
Where: The Great Rice Balls of Fire truck, parked outside 5900 Wilshire, right across the street from all those sweet street lamps at LACMA.
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Word Mark POKERRITO
Goods and Services IC 030. US 046. G & S: Burritos; Sushi
Standard Characters Claimed
Mark Drawing Code (4) STANDARD CHARACTER MARK
Serial Number 86747492
Filing Date September 3, 2015
Current Basis 1B
Original Filing Basis 1B
Owner (APPLICANT) Jai Rhee INDIVIDUAL UNITED STATES 2157 Sheringham Lane Los Angeles CALIFORNIA 90077
Type of Mark TRADEMARK
Live/Dead Indicator LIVE