Interested in more details about Hashcapades: The Art of the Perfect Hash Adventure? Take a tour of my book from the comfort of your own home (popcorn not included)! The Cover My friend and talented photographer, Jackie Donnelly Baisa, and I had an epic photo session. Her shot of the Apple Pork and Romesco Sauce […]
I love Jackie Donnelly Baisa, I do! Not only is she a fabulous photographer but she is also an enthusiastic foodie and curator of hash! After all, her tweet about Toulouse Petit in Seattle and their delicious Pork Cheek Hash caught my eye. We then met over Corned Beef Hash at Hi Spot Cafe and hatched […]
This is a very special hashcapade because my daughter, Rachel, graduated from Kelly Walsh High School – yay! From my biased perspective, the ideal pre-graduation brunch involves a hashcapade, setting the stage for a fabulous delight made that much sweeter by Rachel’s milestone. Enjoy!
When I first saw the name of this restaurant, my mind scrambled it and the word, coquette, came to mind – suggestive, eyelash-batting flirting. But no, it’s cocotte, which is French for (among other things) an individual casserole baking dish. Personally, the flirting is more apt because their libations and pork confit hash were flirting with […]
Yes, I speak Nahuatl, the ancient tongue of the Aztecs. Do you? Well of course! You see, the word, chipotle, comes from Nahuatl (as does avocado) and we all deftly pronounce it these days. As for me, chipotle conjures up a vision of rustic, spicy, smoky mystery that is simply amazing in almost any dish. […]