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How to Build Your PDX Breakfast Cred

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 […]
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50 Cities 50 Hashes


Hawaiian Luau Hash at Hula Grill in Honolulu

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 […]

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Smoked Salmon Hash at Petite Provence in Portland

50 Cities 50 Hashes: Brandie Kajino at Petite Provence in Portland! There are hashes, and there are Hashes. If I had to pick one place on earth to have corned beed or smoked salmon hash, it’s going to be at Petite Provence. They know how to do it right, and they deliver every time. Even better, it’s one of several hasha-licious […]

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Beef Short Rib Hash at Cooks County in LA

50 Cities 50 Hashes: Diane Wagner at Cooks County in Los Angeles! As a long-standing, card-carrying member of Team Hash, I was thrilled to host a “Hashcapade” here in LA.  Part of my responsibility for the LA Hashcapade was choosing the restaurant with the main requirement being that they serve hash.  I’d recently heard humongous  buzz about Cooks County on […]

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Duck Confit Hash at The Tipsy Pig in San Francisco

50 Cities 50 Hashes: Elizabeth Fuss Arnott at the Tipsy Pig in San Francisco! I love good restaurant names.  Names that communicate the personality of the place and the kind of meals they serve are much more likely to pull me in.  New to the Bay Area, I did a lot of googling and found several ordinarily named […]

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