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How to Build Your PDX Breakfast Cred

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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Hashcapade – South Africa Style

I am extremely honored and privileged to introduce the divine Miss Lidia! On her recent sojourn to South Africa, a mere 10,211 miles from Portland, she teamed up with her dear friend, Diane Heierli, to create this iconic Gemsbok Hash – huzzah! (Someone please take away my exclamation key!) >>> I was introduced to the […]

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Corned Beef Hash Croquettes

It’s the day after St. Patrick’s Day and people all over the world are doing two things: 1) recovering from a hangover; and 2) wondering what to do with massive amounts of leftover corned beef. Now, most people would go straight to corned beef hash, but noooo! I’m one step ahead. I’m thinking about what […]

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Duck Hash at Trader Vic’s

Light the tiki torches and head on down to Trader Vic’s for brunch! That’s exactly what we did on a rainy Sunday morning…well, sans torches. (We didn’t want to scare the other patrons.) Known for fabulous tropical libations, Trader Vic’s is now known by this hash aficionado for their tasty Confit Duck Hash and a truly […]

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Corned Beef Hash at Orange Table

What? Expecting a fancy photo of potato hash? Fughgeddaboudit! I officially declare complete and total hash victory. That’s right – Orange Table sets a new standard for an old favorite, corned beef hash, with southwest machismo and flare – olé! Tucked away in Scottsdale Mall in Old Town, Orange Table is worth the drive from just about anywhere in […]

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Hash – Think Outside the Can

What do most people think about when then think about hash? A can. A can of corned beef hash. But hash is so much more than that. It comes in different styles and names from all over the world. Pitt y pana in Sweden, biksemad in Denmark, Gröstel in Austria, picadillo in Mexico, stovies in […]

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