A quiet morning on Christmas Eve was the perfect time to get away to a small cafe tucked in the corner of MLK and Knott street in NE Portland, Bridges Cafe. The draw was Portland’s only Catfish Hash, served with a spicy creole sauce that complemented the cornmeal-breaded and fried catfish nuggets.
Another hashcapade at 3 Degrees, right along the waterfront. I had the Short Rib Hash and Lisa had the Chicken & Leeks Hash, which I thought was the better of the two even though my Blackberry’s stingy 2 megapixel camera didn’t do it justice. My short rib hash was full of flavor, but can’t beat […]
A classic potato hash from Sweden is called Pytt I Panna and Broder Cafe in southeast Portland provides the perfect ambiance in which to experience it! Served in individual mini-pans, almost Le Creuset-like, the attention to detail was amazing – small dice, pickled beets, precision baked eggs and wonderful flavor. I had the Smoked Trout […]
One would imagine that near perfection shouldn’t be touched, but what’s the fun in that? Following on the heels of the joyful discovery of smoked trout hash, I thought why not smoked salmon hash? Why not sweet potatoes or yams too? After some experimentation, I’m pleased to announce hash nirvana! Ingredients 1 sweet potato (medium) […]
Mmmmmm, post-New Year’s Eve apps make for a fabulous potato hash, reminiscent of migas. Alex and I made the apps, Roast Chicken-Chipotle Nachos with Cilantro-Avocado Crema, last night then I simply quartered the leftovers, added 4 eggs, scrambled it into an egg hash, topped with tomato, jack cheese and salsa. Natch! Roast Chicken-Chipotle Nacho Hash […]