Opportunity. Guts. Glory. These are the defining characteristics of iconoclasts, of pioneers seeking their fortune. And so it is that we celebrate and pay tribute to these pioneers of 50 Cities 50 Hashes – the first hashcateers who signed up to break the food barrier – ka-boom!
50 Cities 50 Hashes: Wendy Wofford-Garcia at Magnolia Pancake Haus in San Antonio!
Hashcapade San Antonio was held on Saturday, October 26th at Magnolia Pancake Haus. This local-favorite restaurant serves up what I consider the very best breakfast in San Antonio, making it the ideal venue for Hashcapade! Ahead of the big day, I coordinated with owner Robert Fleming to offer three hash varieties for my guests, including one vegetarian option.
50 Cities 50 Hashes: Heather Johnson at BonBon in Cleveland!
I recently was invited on a blogger trip to Cleveland by the folks at Positively Cleveland. One of the stops was this fabulous brunch spot – BonBon in Ohio City, one of Cleveland’s oldest neighborhoods. We were there for Sunday brunch and were planning on it being our last meal in the city – and we would not be disappointed.
They say word of mouth is the best form of advertising. Perhaps that’s why Word of Mouth Bistro in Salem, Oregon will forever be on my lips for their lovely hash. From the funky entrance to the cozy space inside to the abundant signage and fabulous food, WOMB (I think this is no accident!) rocked my world!
50 Cities 50 Hashes: Ed Morita at Hula Grill Waikiki in Honolulu!
To publicize his new cookbook, “Hashcapades,” Clark Haass has started the ambitious undertaking to have a hash party in 50 cities around the world. Thanks to the staff at Hula Grill Waikiki, Honolulu has just been added to that list! Here’s a look at the hash-stuffed fun at Hula Grill Waikiki.