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Let’s say you were on a mission to uncover the best places in Portland for breakfast. Would you a) Google it; b) head to The Pearl; or c) hire a brunch sherpa? While Google may result in an array of choices and The Pearl may suffice, the correct answer is C. Why? Because hiring a brunch sherpa […]
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We’re well on our way to signing up avid food bloggers for our 50 Cities 50 Hashcapades extravaganza. Bold means we’ve got a city covered – check them out! And while you’re at it, this video shows what a hashcapade is all about – cheers!

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USA
AtlantaAustinBaltimore, Birmingham, BostonCharlotteChicagoCincinnatiClevelandDallas,
DenverDetroitHonoluluHoustonIndianapolisKansas CityLos Angeles, Las Vegas, Louisville,
Madison, Miami, MilwaukeeMinneapolisNashvilleNew OrleansNew York, Oklahoma City, Orlando,
Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland ORProvidenceRaleigh, Richmond, Salt Lake City,
San AntonioSan DiegoSan Francisco, SeattleSt. LouisTampa, Washington DC

International:
Calgary, DublinEdinburgh, London, Montreal, Ottawa, Stockholm, TorontoVancouver

Atlanta – Jayda Cabbell

Jayda Cabbell - Atlanta

Jayda Cabbell is on a mission to feed stomachs and souls with love, channeling her strong passion for the culinary arts. When she’s not being a mom, she’s catering to her clients with her Personal Chef Services, overseeing the Strike Hunger Program and Divva’s Achievers Culinary Camp through her non-profit The Love Lives Foundation. Jayda’s ultimate goal is to inspire others to Give, Live , Love & EAT! Help her out on Twitter @JaydaCreates and follow her blog, Divva Diary.

Austin – Jane Ko

Jane Ko - Austin

Jane Ko hopes to inspire your inner foodie by guiding you to the most delicious finds in the city, through her mouth-watering food photography. Jane hosted the largest food crawl at SXSW and her work has been featured on Huffington Post and NBC iVillage. She shares her passion for all things salted, sweet and savory, on her Austin food blog, A Taste of Koko. Follow her here on twitter, @atasteofkoko.

Baltimore – Patti Neumann

Patti Neumann - Baltimore

Patti Neumann is an award-winning social influencer in food & wine and hospitality. As CEO/Founder of CITYPEEK, Patti has parlayed her 27 years of sales & marketing experience into a formidable brand. You can find her and share your love of food, wine and travel on her blog and on twitter, @citypeekpatti.

Boston – Lisa Johnson

Lisa Johnson - Boston

Lisa Johnson lives in Quincy, Massachusetts, which is just a few miles south of Boston. Her blog, Anali’s First Amendment, is where she has been dishing up tasty servings of life, food and current events for more than seven years. Lisa has a sweet tooth, so you’ll find lots of dessert there! Also a freelance writer and attorney, she contributes blog posts and newsletter articles to LegalZoom. Catch up with Lisa on Pinterest and Twitter too!

Charlotte – Kseniya Martin

Ksineya Charlotte

Kseniya Martin is passionate about fashion and food, helping others be the best they can be, and promoting her city of Charlotte to the world. Happiest when connecting with people, going on foodventures, and traveling the world with a camera in hand, you can check out her blog at mointhequeencity.blogspot.com. Follow Kseniya on Twitter @inthequeencity.

Chicago – Jocelyn Delk Adams & Debi Lilly

Jocelyn Delk Adams

Jocelyn Delk Adams is the founder of Grandbaby Cakes, a popular food blog inspired by her grandmother. Grandbaby Cakes is devoted to classic desserts, modern trends and showcasing the pastry field in an accessible way. Jocelyn’s blog has has won multiple awards, including Yahoo! Shine’s Best Holiday Recipes and a nomination for best food blog from The Kitchn Homies. She has been featured on The New York Times Online, Ebony Magazine, Pillsbury.com, Refinery 29, Design Sponge, Parade.com, Cupcakes and Cashmere, Fox News, Chicago Sun-Times front page and Splash Magazine, among others. Jocelyn hopes Grandbaby Cakes inspires a new generation of dessert enthusiasts to learn to bake and not feel guilty about enjoying dessert. Follow her on Twitter @grandbabycake.

Cincinnati & Cleveland – Heather Johnson

Heather Johnson Cincinnati

Heather Johnson started TheFoodHussy.com in 2008 after reading “10,000 Hours”. What had she done for 10,000 hours? Eat and write! Heather combined those two loves with her nickname “Hussy” and created something fun and special – TheFoodHussy.com! She’s now expanded from restaurant reviews to recipes, product reviews and road trips! Follow Heather on Twitter @foodhussy.

Dallas – Wendy Wofford-Garcia

Wendy Wofford-Garcia - San Antonio

Wendy lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her husband, Michael, and their two “very spoiled” cats. She says, “I love to laugh and enjoy big-flavor foods! I started The Weekend Gourmet in August 2010 as a way to share my favorite recipes with family and friends. Since then, it’s sort of taken on a life of its own. We now feature recipes and product spotlights, regional restaurant features and culinary travelogues.” Her husband is an able mate, shooting all the photos…sounds like a match made in heaven! Catch her on twitter @TheWeekendGourm.

Denver – Carri Wilbanks

Carri Wilbanks

Carri Wilbanks is a freelance TV host, producer and writer with a focus to inform and inspire others to engage with the world around them. Trekking across Europe and South America unlocked her passion for travel. She now resides in Colorado between trips. Read more about her global adventures at catchcarri.com and on twitter, @CatchCarri.

Detroit – Jennifer Heigl

Jennifer Heigl Detroit

Jennifer Heigl is a writer, photographer, and entrepreneur originally from the Midwest. She is the former co-owner of Zen Kitchen Catering, an award-winning organic catering company in Portland, Oregon, and the author of Career Diary of a Caterer. In addition to Daily Blender, Jennifer has been published widely and is also the principal and owner of Jen Heigl Creative. You can catch Jennifer’s stint behind the bar as part of Jim & Rocky’s Barback Pro-Am and read about Jennifer’s Portland picks – or “Best Evers” – on Google HotPot. She has also previously been profiled as a Thursday Thirsty Girl. Follow Jen on twitter: @DailyBlender and @JenniferHeigl.

Honolulu – Ed Morita

Ed Morita Honolulu

Ed Morita spent more than a decade working as a pastry chef at some of the country’s premiere resorts and restaurants, including the Halekulani Hotel, The Greenbrier Resort & Spa in West Virginia, Bay Harbor Yacht Club in Michigan and Longhi’s Restaurant in Honolulu. After a near-career-ending injury forced him out of the kitchen, he embarked on a new career as a food writer, photographer and blogger for Nonstop Honolulu and is the official blogger for the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival. Follow Ed on Twitter @NctrnlBst.

Houston – Wendy Wofford-Garcia

Wendy Wofford-Garcia - San Antonio

Wendy lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her husband, Michael, and their two “very spoiled” cats. She says, “I love to laugh and enjoy big-flavor foods! I started The Weekend Gourmet in August 2010 as a way to share my favorite recipes with family and friends. Since then, it’s sort of taken on a life of its own. We now feature recipes and product spotlights, regional restaurant features and culinary travelogues.” Her husband is an able mate, shooting all the photos…sounds like a match made in heaven! Catch her on twitter @TheWeekendGourm.

Indianapolis – Jolene Ketezenberger

Jolene Ketzenberger

Indianapolis-based journalist Jolene Ketzenberger is editor at EatDrinkIndy.com, where she covers everything from food trucks and fine dining to craft beer and artisan spirits to urban gardening and farmers’ markets. Tweet her up, @JKetzenberger.

Kansas City – Shanley Cox

Shanley Cox - KC

Shanley Cox lives in Overland Park, Kan., a suburb of Kansas City. Her blog, Eat it Kansas City, dishes on the K.C. cuisine scene and shares the latest food news, reviews and events happening locally. Shanley has a passion for writing, photography and most of all – feeding her face. Hungry for more? Check her out on Twitter: @EatitKC.

Los Angeles – Diane Wagner

Diane Wagner Los Angeles

A foodie to the core, Diane has been known to exclaim, ”OMG! This is DeathbedFood®!” whenever she’s been lucky enough to have ah-mazing food or wine. DeathbedFood®, which began as an online food publication in 2011, is now a company whose mission is to share the joy of all things food-related to die for, including ah-mazing foods, chefs, restaurants, video, film, art and more. Fear not the reaper and check out Diane’s site, DeathbedFood, and follow her on Twitter @DeathbedFood.

Madison – Paola Mallucci

Paola Mallucci

Paola is the Italian cooking in the Midwest. Her recipes are an effort to bring authentic, if not always traditional, Italian home-style cooking to the Midwest. You are most likely to find her on her blog, an Italian cooking in the Midwest, or on Instagram. Follow her on twitter, @PolaM.

Miami – Vanessa Montes

Vanessa Montes Miami

Born in Lima, Peru, and raised in South Florida, Vanessa is an avid foodie and cultural enthusiast. Having grown up in a family of great cooks, her passion for everything culinary runs through her blood! She founded the Homemade Chefs Cooking Group and the South Florida Freelance Network and is now Marketing & Sales Director at Roho Kitchen. Follow this lover of starry nights and color schemes at @VanessaMontes.

Milwaukee – Amanda Makulec

Amanda Makulec DC

Bio Amanda Makulec is a food-loving, globetrotting, monitoring and evaluation advisor based in Washington DC working on maternal and child health projects across sub-Saharan Africa. Known for carting two-tiered domes of  homemade cupcakes into the office on the metro, Amanda also founded the DC chapter for Many Hopes and has volunteered around DC with Microgreens and Culinaerie. She loves to travel, SCUBA dive, and cook, and finds particular delight in whipping up anything that can be improved with a runny fried egg on the top – like hash! Find Amanda at her blog, Communicating Data and on twitter, @abmakulec.

Minneapolis – Beth Bowman

Beth Bowman - Minneapolis

Beth Bowman is a painter and a committed art/design/cuisine enthusiast living in Minneapolis. She loves food and people, so a hashcapade in the Twin Cities is a most tasty project! Check out Beth’s site, bethbowman.com, and be sure to follow her on Twitter @studioloraine.

Nashville – Angelia Roberts

Angela Roberts - Nashville

Angela Roberts lives in Nashville, and writes the food blog, Spinach Tiger. Her tag line is, “Fierce food a woman would love and a man would marry her for!” She bounces between cooking whole, healthy, fresh, dishes in her kitchen and writing about the Nashville food scene and other travel adventures.  Follow Angela on twitter @spinachtiger.

New York City – Sara Lehman

Sara Lehman NYC

Sara is a Food, Wine, and Spirits writer located in New York, NY. As a Sommelier, Pastry Chef, and Restaurant Manager, she’s actively involved in social media, marketing, and journalism. Her website, Somm In The City, is geared for food, wine, and spirits lovers who want to be in the know about the best wines, spirits, restaurants, and events going on in NYC. You can follow Sara on twitter, @SommInTheCity.

Phoenix – Jenni Ferris

Jenni Ferris - Phoenix

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and has some of the most delicious options, like hash!   My husband and I love to eat hash, whether it’s what we have created at home or finding the perfect concoction at a favorite restaurant.  I can be found at:  Jenni’s Ferris Wheel of Food  and you can find me on Twitter at FerrisWheelOf.

Portland – Brandie Kajino

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Brandie Kajino describes herself as “Writer, Speaker,  Entrepreneur.  Dining Out, Home Cooking and Coffee. I use humor & eye-blinding enthusiasm to connect, teach & guide others. I love to help busy home cooks make delicious food from scratch, with “it’s easier than you think” tips and recipes. Recipes, artisan products, copper cookware, farmers’ markets and creamy lattes with friends are the spice of life.” Brandie’s “eye-blinding” exploits can be be found on her site, Spoon & Saucer, and on Twitter @spoonandsaucer.

Providence – Lisa Johnson

Lisa Johnson - Boston

Lisa Johnson lives in Quincy, Massachusetts, which is just a few miles south of Boston. Her blog, Anali’s First Amendment, is where she has been dishing up tasty servings of life, food and current events for more than seven years. Lisa has a sweet tooth, so you’ll find lots of dessert there! Also a freelance writer and attorney, she contributes blog posts and newsletter articles to LegalZoom. Catch up with Lisa on Pinterest and Twitter too!

Raleigh – Kristen Baughman

Kristen Baughman Raleigh

Gadabout: a person who flits about in social activity, a.k.a. Kristen Baughman. She claims,  “My Google calendar is never empty!” Kristen spends time with her friends, family, coworkers, and CouchSurfers…and local food. Her work in North Carolina inspired her blog, the 43 Day Local Food Challenge, where her mission is to eat only locally grown and produced foods. Currently the Foodie blogger for the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Public Relations Specialist for the “Got to Be NC” Competition Dining Series, she eats her way across the Greater Raleigh area. Catch her on twitter @knbaughman.

Salt Lake City – Letty Flatt

Letty Flatt - SLC

Letty Flatt is the digital writer and photographer-in-residence at lettyskitchen.com, a vegetarian food blog. Besides an impressive background as Executive Pastry Chef at Deer Valley Resort and graduate from The French Culinary Institute in NYC, Letty is the author of Chocolate Snowball: and other Fabulous Pastries from Deer Valley Bakery. Letty loves Mexico and has a passionate call to speak Spanish even more fluently than she does now. Follow Letty on twitter @lettyskitchen and facebook.

San Antonio – Wendy Wofford-Garcia

Wendy Wofford-Garcia - San Antonio

Wendy lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her husband, Michael, and their two “very spoiled” cats. She says, “I love to laugh and enjoy big-flavor foods! I started The Weekend Gourmet in August 2010 as a way to share my favorite recipes with family and friends. Since then, it’s sort of taken on a life of its own. We now feature recipes and product spotlights, regional restaurant features and culinary travelogues.” Her husband is an able mate, shooting all the photos…sounds like a match made in heaven! Catch her on twitter @TheWeekendGourm.

San Diego – Malcom May

San Diego - Malcom May

Malcolm May has lived in Southern California for the past 10 years. Originally from Wisconsin and hailing from a family of 7,  including a twin sister, Malcom is a seriously avid foodie who blogs about food conquests at missiontomanga. He’s also an avid runner and lover of life – intent on traveling the world and eating like a king! Check him out on Twitter @SenorMalcolm.

San Francisco – Elizabeth Fuss Arnott

Elizabeth Fuss Arnot

Elizabeth Fuss Arnott says, “I’m kind of obsessed with food. Eating it. Cooking it. Buying it. Every Saturday night is like Christmas Eve for me, because the Farmers Market is the next day. I just moved to the Bay Area and have so much to explore and discover that I get butterflies every time I think about it!” For fabulous food and a dose of humor, you can view Elizabeth’s blog, lizzyinthebay, and follow her on Twitter @LizzyDishes.

Seattle – Kristin Price

Kristin Price Seattle

Kristin is a Seattle native, event professional and writer whose favorite pastimes involve food, entertaining and exploring her beloved city. As a busy mother to two teen boys, she understands just how difficult it can be to find the time (and energy!) to pull off even the smallest gathering or home celebration. So for the past three years she has been helping readers of her blog, KristinPotPie – Savoring Delicious Celebrations, find fun, yet simple, ways to make the most of holidays, and those everyday wonderful moments. Follow along with KristinPotPie on her blog, or on Twitter, as she shares her passion for making all the moments in life celebratory through culinary delights, party planning ideas and all the must-see and do experiences around the Seattle area.

St. Louis – Kelly Umphenour

Kelly Umphenour - St L

Kelly is a wife, mother, blogger and food lover.  In her words, “I love the social aspect of dining out with friends and family, eating great food and then recreating those fabulous dishes in my residential kitchen.  Food consumes me…when I’m not cooking something up in the kitchen you can find me at www.realhousewife.org where I’m dishing out!” Well said! You can also follow Kelly on twitter: @RealHousewifeSL.

Tampa – Jennifer Buggica

Jennifer Buggica

Jennifer Buggica is a social media specialist and food enthusiast with over 10 years of blogging and writing experience. Jennifer loves to eat out at local restaurants and, when she travels, dining plans come first. As a member of a tight-knit family, most recipe inspiration comes from her loved ones, and she always counts on them for a good meals. She then shares everything she experiences on social media and her food blog, The Foodie Patootie. Check her out on Twitter @JBuggica.

Washington DC – Amanda Makulec

Amanda Makulec DC

Bio Amanda Makulec is a food-loving, globetrotting, monitoring and evaluation advisor based in Washington DC working on maternal and child health projects across sub-Saharan Africa. Known for carting two-tiered domes of  homemade cupcakes into the office on the metro, Amanda also founded the DC chapter for Many Hopes and has volunteered around DC with Microgreens and Culinaerie. She loves to travel, SCUBA dive, and cook, and finds particular delight in whipping up anything that can be improved with a runny fried egg on the top – like hash! Find Amanda at her blog, Communicating Data and on twitter, @abmakulec.

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Dublin – David O’Brien

David O'Brien

David is a trainee lawyer (full-time) and food-blogger (part-time) and recovering fishmonger (college job). His blog, ‘The silver chicken’ was set up in 2011. Why the strange name you ask? Everything else was taken! In his spare time he likes to cook and travel. In an ideal world he feels there would be no spring onions. Fancy twitter? @silverchicken1

Edinburgh – Nadine Pierce

Edinburgh - Nadine Pierce

Nadine Pierce is an Edinburgh-based foodie and author of the popular Eating Edinburgh blog, a self-confessed ‘gluttonista’ who has been known to eat out every day of the week in the course of research! You can follow her foodie adventures at www.eatingedinburgh.com or on Twitter @nadinepierce.

London – Louise Broadbridge

Louise Broadbridge

Louise Broadbridge is currently in full time study and finds that lack of spare time has led to lack of culinary imagination.  She has always loved baking, but recently has found that she has slipped into a routine of dreading hearing the questions and statements: “What’s for tea tonight?” or “What’s in my lunch box today?” Lousie started her blog, Bake It Mum, in the hope that she can inspire others who have lost their kitchen energy and whose kids are reporting having a better meals when visiting their friends! Follow Louise on Twitter @BakeItMum.

Ottawa – Corrina Horton & Chef Benoit Gelinotte

Corrina & Benoit - Ottawa

Corinna Horton is a freelance food & travel writer & photographer with a background in media and marketing based in Aylmer, Quebec, Corinna is the voice behind the popular blog, Food Gypsy. Originally from Vancouver, Corinna has lived Canada from coast to coast – BC, Okanagan Valley, Calgary, and Nova Scotia as owner of Dragonfly Inn. Trained at  Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa, Corinna recently placed 5th overall in the World Burger Championships at WFC 2013 in Las Vegas. She’ll be appearing in the WFC television series airing in the spring of 2014 on A&E. Follow her on twitter, @TheFoodGypsy.

Chef Benoit Gelinotte is a twenty- five year veteran of the kitchen with a BA in the Culinary Arts from France, past chef instructor at Le Cordon Bleu, Ottawa, Benoit also acts as the Technical Advisor on Food Gypsy (known to readers as Chef B).  Originally from Dijon, France, relocating to Canada in 1992, he has worked in several acclaimed kitchens in both countries covering everything from Michelin star fine dining to multi-outlet/high-volume restaurants, hotels and country inns. Benoit is currently the Chef de Cuisine at Ottawa’s Culinary Conspiracy, a fast growing catering outlet with a bustling lunch counter and retail shop.

Toronto – Jess W.

Jess W. - Toronto

Born and raised in Vancouver, Jess W. is now living in Toronto where the food scene has really been thriving in recent years. While her food blog is based in Toronto, she loves to travel and blog about those experiences too – food bloggers never take a break! Clearly, Jess has a passion for food. But as you can see from her blog, Where Jess Ate, her passion is for eating food and not cooking it! Follow her food adventures on twitter @wherejessate.

Vancouver – Colene Chow

Colene Chow Vancouver BC

Eater, reader, and frequent traveler, Colene Chow is a native to Vancouver, BC. A fan of good food and conversation, she is excited to bring friends new and old together to celebrate the deliciousness of hashes! When she isn’t brunching, Colene is a Product Marketing Manager at Adobe with a wanderlust for Portland’s food trucks. Follow her on twitter: @colene and read her blog, Deliciousness.

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