Smoked salmon hash – Eight4Nine

Smoked salmon hash - Eight4Nine
Two farm eggs, house-smoked salmon, baby red potato, onion, fresh herbs, lemon hollandaise, capers. $16
Eight4Nine, Palm Springs CA

This hash was pretty good. I liked the flavor of the smoked salmon and the hollandaise. The super small, chopped dish of melons really odd though and difficult to eat.

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Hippy scramble – City Silo Table + Pantry

Hippy scramble - City Silo Table + Pantry
Two farm eggs, roasted and grilled sweet potato hash, seasoned black and kidney beans, seasonal garlic greens, quinoa, brown rice, serrano avocado spread. $9
City Silo Table + Pantry, Memphis TN

Hmm, this was kinda too healthy for me. I needed more fat and flavor in this dish to truly enjoy it. I’m guess I’m just a horrible eater and don’t enjoy super healthy dishes. 😦

Aroma hash – Aroma Espresso Bar

Aroma hash - Aroma Espresso Bar
Sauteed chicken, turkey and potato hash atop arugula with sunny-side-up egg, wheat toast, yogurt, za’atar, syrup, homemade lemon olive oil dressing.
Aroma Espresso Bar, Toronto CANADA

This looked dry, gray, and boring and that’s exactly how it tasted. There wasn’t much going for this plate except that it was healthy. I’ve rather have tasty and flavorful over bland and healthy any day.

Big Hot Mess – Heritage

Big Hot Mess - Heritage
Bbq pork belly, poached egg, potatoes, smoked cream cheese, tomato aioli, $14
Heritage, Richmond VA

The service here was horrendous and so was this dish! It was truly a hot mess. The egg was the lightest poach I’ve ever seen. The albumen was still SO translucent and slimy. The smoked cream cheese (and there was a lot of it) had a horrible grainy texture and the flavor was overwhelming. Suffice it to say I was disgusted and will never return to this horrible place.