I was recently invited to take part in a really fun event by Clark Haass, cookbook author and blogger for Hascapades. Clark loves hash in all its forms, from classic to adventurous...and he wants to spread the love around the globe! Hash is a comfort food classic that features potatoes and a variety of meats and/or veggies to create a fantastic brunch dish. He decided to host the #50Cities50Hashes event, and I was selected to host Hascapades San Antonio! I had a fabulous time hosting the event at Magnolia Pancake Haus last Saturday. My guests and I enjoyed a fabulous trio of hashes, eggs and Magnolia's signature pancakes. I did live social media updates all during the event while we enjoyed this great lineup of hashes:My Hashcapades San Antonio recap is being featured on the Hashcapades website today, so I hope you'll read my article and learn more about Hashcapades...and the amazing hash varieties we tried. If you think that only corned beef can be made into hash...I've got a few tricks up my sleeve for you!
Disclosure: Clark Haass/Hashcapades provided me with a gift card to pay for Hashcapades San Antonio, as well as a Hashcapades cookbook. I received no further compensation, and all opinions expressed are my own.