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 […] Read More
Recently I’ve learned to expect the unexpected and have decided to just go with it. Often it’s quite fun. So with this sense of adventure, I decided to catch up with a friend in the New Year for our Boston Hashcapade. Please note that whenever I think of the word Hashcapade, I hear Janet Jackson’s Escapade in my head. “Hash. Ca. Pade. Let’s Go!” And in this case, to Beacon Hill Bistro…
50 Cities 50 Hashes – Carri Wilbanks at Snooze in Denver!
The food is simply called hash. Made from a base of meat and potatoes, it was created during World War II as a more economical dish to allow for the rationing of meats. No longer a concoction of necessity, hash is now slung everywhere from high-end restaurants to local favorites like Denver’s famed A.M. eatery, Snooze. Check it out!
Go ahead, throw darts at it! That’s what I think about when I give birth to a new idea and then share it with the world. Will the idea stick or will the dart find a fatal flaw? Such were my musings as I walked past the dartboard at Brix Tavern for the first hashcapade of 2014, ready to dominate the world of hash!
Ireland is famous for a few things. Our beautiful country, a certain black stout and our long standing love affair with the potato. Therefore, it was only fitting that Dublin would appear on the Hashcapade map. So recently, myself and a few friends went along to Herb Street on Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock.
50 Cities 50 Hashes: Kseniya Martin at Bistro la Bon in Charlotte! The Charlotte food scene has grown and evolved in the past decade and it has been exciting to watch it grow. Finding a restaurant that serves hash was not difficult, however, finding one that goes beyond the typical Irish fare was a bit more challenging. Enter Bistro la Bon, a local gem located on the edge of a strip mall, serving delicious European fare. Continue reading…