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
Tucked away in a quiet Kansas City neighborhood, Chef Nina Gann at The Westside Local serves up the best breakfast hash in town. In an area well known for its beef, you might expect hash that contains some of what the Midwest is famous for. But Chef Nina’s Veggie Hash is so delicious you won’t miss the meat.
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.