No, its not the newest rage in bizarre food sports. It's "poke", pronounced, "po-keh", apparently a very popular dish in Hawaii which involves an array of ingredients, usually mainly a raw fish of some sort. I snagged this recipe from foo(d) bar, a fellow geek and freak cook. Rare is the geek/cook combo. He posted his description and recipe on his blog here, and it is the recipe I followed, I would suggest you do the same.
There is a fish market near here (Claytons) that always has wondeful fresh fish, and also carries sushi grade tuna. Now I have no skills in sushi rolling, and find sashimi a little too plain for dinner, so I was pretty stoked when I stumbled across this recipe. Not to mention it sounded spicey.. and Dave and I are big fans of spicey! I'd finally be able to make use of that lovely tuna they carry at Claytons.
It was DEAD easy to prepare, just mix everything and marinade. While everything was chillin in the fridge I sliced up a carrot and let it marinade in some vinegar and rice wine, and fixed some short grain rice... then proceeded to get carried away doodling with some sriracha on the plates.
Needless to say it was WONDERFUL. It just melted in the mouth. Dave said to fix this anytime! I have no problem with that, it was SO easy. He also said we should rename it, "Hawaiian Tuna Poke with Sambal Oelek and Truffle Oil", and charge $40 a plate. Excluding the ingredients I alrady had on hand, the whole thing cost me about $16, including truffle oil and tuna. Can't beat that.