They say “It takes a village to raise a child,” a proverb attributed to many parts of Africa. Well, in my multi-year journey to create and publish Hashcapades: The Art of the Perfect Hash Adventure, I can proclaim that this wise proverb applies to cookbooks as well! What started as a kernel of an idea […]
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 […]
Trout Hash, Vegan Hash and Sausage & Sage Hash – have I died and gone to heaven? No, but I’ve found hashcapade heaven-on-earth at Cafe Nell! Neatly tucked away and far from the madding crowd on northwest 23rd, Cafe Nell is simply lovely. Let’s step inside.
The tip came in from the Hashcapade Scene Investigator (HSI) computer lab. The crew had uncovered a disturbing facebook post: a “flash hashcapade” was in the works – but where?. I cursed under my breath as I hung up the phone and wondered aloud, “How do I stop this madness?!” Just then, a text alerted me […]
A classic potato hash from Sweden is called Pytt I Panna and Broder Cafe in southeast Portland provides the perfect ambiance in which to experience it! Served in individual mini-pans, almost Le Creuset-like, the attention to detail was amazing – small dice, pickled beets, precision baked eggs and wonderful flavor. I had the Smoked Trout […]