Opportunity. Guts. Glory. These are the defining characteristics of iconoclasts, of pioneers seeking their fortune. And so it is that we celebrate and pay tribute to these pioneers of 50 Cities 50 Hashes – the first hashcateers who signed up to break the food barrier – ka-boom!
50 Cities 50 Hashes: Diane Wagner at Cooks County in Los Angeles! As a long-standing, card-carrying member of Team Hash, I was thrilled to host a “Hashcapade” here in LA. Part of my responsibility for the LA Hashcapade was choosing the restaurant with the main requirement being that they serve hash. I’d recently heard humongous buzz about Cooks County on […]
Have you seen my hash escapades and thought, “I could host my own Hashcapade.”? You’re right – there’s no reason I should get to have all the fun! I’m looking for 50 social media-obsessed bloggers with a penchant for food, friends and hash. You: blog; love good food; have 1000+ stalkers on twitter; are well-connected; are […]
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 […]
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 […]