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How to Build Your PDX Breakfast Cred

Let’s say you were on a mission to uncover the best places in Portland for breakfast. Would you a) Google it; b) head to The Pearl; or c) hire a brunch sherpa? While Google may result in an array of choices and The Pearl may suffice, the correct answer is C. Why? Because hiring a brunch sherpa […]
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Porkstrami Hash and Duck Confit Hash at Hall Street Grill in Beaverton

I’m delighted to introduce Elizabeth Fuss, one of my twitter friends (@LizzyDishes), who graciously agreed to write this guest post! Her blog is already listed in my blog roll (Lizzy Dishes of Portland) because of her descriptive, artful and entertaining posts capturing her culinary adventures. Be sure to read her latest quest for the perfect […]


Sausage Hash at Cafe Murrayhill in Tigard

The majority of my hashcapades, excluding Chez Clark, of course, involve a commute from the Bethany area to downtown Portland. Today I wanted something close because 1) I was at Washington Square a.k.a. consumer-mania-ville and 2) my stomach wasn’t about to put up with any delay! Fortunately, I recalled Cafe Murrayhill was only minutes away […]


Mt. Rushmore Corned Beef Hash at Byways Cafe in Portland

A tweet was the genesis of this morning’s pre-work foray to the Pearl, transporting me back in time to what I would imagine was a Route 66 diner. Earlier, I had composed a simple tweet: “Where should my next hashcapade be?” and immediately got a reply from @cocktail_diva: “Byways Cafe!” With expert advice recommending their Mt. […]


Pork Hash at Beast in Portland

The voice on the phone was excited, yet teasing, “Guess who has pork hash on their brunch menu!” Before I could utter a word, Lisa exclaimed, “Beast!” Thinking this was the cruelest of all jokes, I pleaded, “Are you kidding me?” She quickly assured me that indeed Beast offered pork hash, explaining that her friend […]


Chorizo and Kale Hash at Red Star Tavern in Portland

Can you imagine NPR’s new radio show, Potato Hash Talk? Click and Clack would trouble-shoot hashcapades gone bad. A distressed caller would complain about mysteriously lifeless potatoes as the brothers poke fun and then get down to business in their wicked accents: Click: “Did ya yooz Russet or Yookohn Gouhld puhtatoes?” Clack: “Did ya bake […]


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