So what’s a Hashcapade?
Inspired by a great restaurant dish of smoked trout hash, Portland-based writer Clark Haas was inspired to start experimenting with hash recipes. The end results was his recently released Hashcapades cookbook, but along the way he started hosting monthly Hashcapade get-togethers in restaurants, posting photos on Facebook and tweeting about the experience. Now he’s hoping to sponsor Hashcapades in 50 cities across the country. When I spotted Indianapolis on his list, I immediately thought of Citizen Hash, one of our local food trucks.
Marla Tate, owner of Citizen Hash, was into the idea and was happy to participate. So Citizen Hash will be parked at Triton Brewing Company from 4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday, March 29, ready for Indy to come on out and try some of their creative varieties of hash. They’ve even come up with some special versions for the Hashcapade event.
I’ll be there shooting photos, so come on out, try some hash and be sure to let me know your favorite variety.