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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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Beef Brisket Hash at Podnah’s Pit in Portland

An old-school salt shaker spattered with BBQ sauce, a Bloody Mary not quite finished, rings of water from condensation on the table, and honey in a squirt bottle tipped over. Surveying the aftermath of what surely was mayhem on an epic scale, I wondered incredulously, “What the hell happened here?!” Post-Hashcapade Scene at Podnah’s Pit

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Beef Brisket Hash and Veggie Hash at Screen Door in Portland

Is this really happening or is this an inception? Has someone infiltrated my dreams? Have they set me up for a hashcapade of epic proportions by magically transporting me to The Screen Door? Happily, the answer is yes and yes – Eames was sitting across from me at The Screen Door! And he was hungry! Eames, […]

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List of Portland (+ Other Cities) Hashcapdes

I’ve officially reached 20+ hashcapades in Portland (+ other cities) and thought it might be helpful to have a list, a directory of sorts. Need the website for the restaurant? Check! Need to read my hashcapade for the restaurant, if posted? Check! Need to know what kind of potato hash is served? Check! What? You […]

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Brisket Hash at Huckleberry Cafe and Corned Beef Hash at Fig in L.A.

If you’re a fan of LA Confidential, then you’ll appreciate the nod to iconic symbols of Los Angeles – the Hollywood sign and the view from Mt. Hollywood of Griffith Observatory and LA. If you’re a fan of trivia about all things LA, then perhaps you’ve come across its original name: El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora […]

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