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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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Pulled Pork Hash at Wild Abandon in Portland

How could your curiosity not get the best of you – Wild Abandon? Hashcapade? I will say it involved naked people and famous people, but not naked famous people! Wild Abandon on SE Belmont is actually the setting for this morning’s hashcapade with my son below, flanked on either side by arborvitae sentinels. Even from the outside, you […]

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Sous Vide Short Rib Hash with Chipotle Sauce

Not content to merely experience hashcapades at Portland area restaurants, I thought I would share my potato hash escapades at Chez Clark – that’s right, my own personal Kitchen Stadium sans Alton Brown. To set the stage, I need to explain the genesis of this dish: MIX Magazine’s March 2010 article, “Sous vide smack-down.” In […]

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Hashcapade at Fuller’s Coffee Shop

What time is it? Time for a hashcapade, of course. It’s also time to impart some wisdom on potato hash outings, which is: have a back-up plan. I had originally planned on Screen Door with the girls, but by the time Noon rolled around and the girls still asleep (teen comas), off I went. So, […]

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Hash Trivia

Oldest Hash Recipe: A college student in Portugal discovered a recipe dating back to the 15th century for a  Picadinho de Carne de Vaca or Beef Hash. Can you imagine Portuguese ships sailing to Brazil laden with Picadinho? Somehow, I know it’s related to Carnival, which is why Carne is in the name, obviously! Regional Differences in the […]

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Hashcapade at Jam Cafe & Arthouse

This description in Jam’s menu piqued my curiosity: “We slow cook huge briskets of corned beef in beer (yes beer!).” Two of my favorite things combined? In a scrumptious potato hash? Yes, please! So off to SE Hawthorne we drove from the burbs, crossing the “humming” bridge, a.k.a. Hawthorne Bridge, and its steel-grated decks. If […]

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