Is DARE “cha-muck-a-muck” Californian?

Here’s a quick crowdsourcing challenge:


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Is “cha-muck-a-muck“, a word meaning ‘food’ in the Dictionary of American Regional English, from California by chance?

I’m wondering if it was influenced by both California Pidgin Spanish < chemuck > and Chinuk Wawa < muck-a-muck >, both meaning ‘food’.

With all of the libraries closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, I’ve got no access to find out.

Do any of my readers have DARE?