In Part 1 of Hashcapades – It Takes a Village, I explained how I became certifiably hash-obsessed and why I was suddenly catapulted into action, like a trebuchet gone wild, hurling post after post onto the Internet. In Part 2, I’d like to explore how my hashcapades at local restaurants and greater awareness prepared me […]
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!
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. […]
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 […]
I’m a little nervous. How do I capture the essence of my hometown in a hashcapade? Is it possible? The answer is illusory at best as I think about my formative years spent in Casper, Wyoming. But then, the panorama behind my childhood home gently reminds me, symbolizing the spirit of my youth – Casper […]