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
When people think of Vancouver, they think of snow-capped mountains, beautiful nature, towering trees — a city where you can ski and hit the beach on the same day. Basically a healthy metropolis. So when tasked with planning a Hashcapade, I did a mental inventory of all the hashes in Vancouver and asked friends and family for recommendations. Finally, I settled on something that would represent my health-conscious Vancouver!
Earlier this year, I was recruited by the folks at Hashcapades to find a restaurant in Cincinnati that serves hash. Now this is not as easy as it seems – especially when your husband is allergic to eggs! But they are running 50 Cities, 50 Hashes and I had to meet the challenge!
Now you might be asking – what’s a Hashcapade? Well according to the Hashcapades cookbook by Clark Haass, it’s the art of a perfect hash adventure whether in your home or in a restaurant – EZ!
It seems the Fleetwood Diner on the corner of Ashley and Liberty in downtown Ann Arbor is a legend that has somehow managed to escape my hometown radar for some 30 odd years. It’s the place you’d hit after catching a show at the Blind Pig, or some morning when you woke too late to make it to class.
After being asked to host the Toronto edition of Hashcapades, the first place that came to mind was Delux. It had been a few years since I’ve been back to Delux and this was my chance to reignite my love for their Sunday brunch.