What time is it? Time for a hashcapade, of course. It’s also time to impart some wisdom on potato hash outings, which is: have a back-up plan. I had originally planned on Screen Door with the girls, but by the time Noon rolled around and the girls still asleep (teen comas), off I went. So, […]
corned beef hash
This description in Jam’s menu piqued my curiosity: “We slow cook huge briskets of corned beef in beer (yes beer!).” Two of my favorite things combined? In a scrumptious potato hash? Yes, please! So off to SE Hawthorne we drove from the burbs, crossing the “humming” bridge, a.k.a. Hawthorne Bridge, and its steel-grated decks. If […]
Oh yes I did – Hormel’s iconic Corned Beef Hash in a lovely steel can with the Mary Kitchen logo. My motivation was simple: the entire spectrum of potato hash must be experienced, much as Anthony Bourdain samples exotic eats, although I would fake a seizure to avoid some of them.
Unless family or friends are about to order a domestic beer, I’m not often catalyzed into the flurry of activity that has possessed me this past week. All it took was one tweet, less than 140 characters, I might add, to catapult me into “action Jackson” mode. (A trebuchet may have been more accurate because […]
Yet another Hashcapade at La Petite Provence on Alberta. Their Corned Beef Hash was stunningly yummy with multi-colored peppers, a creamy horseradish sauce and house-cured corned beef. Had I opted for the decadent patisseries in their display cases, I can assure you a food coma of such epic proportions, you would spend the weekend, dazed, […]