Hash Gettin’ Classy, Making a Comeback
Marty Martindale

The word, “hash” is big in the English language.  We have hash tags, hash marks, heavenly hash, hashhash browns, left-overs hash, corned beef hash, red-flannel hash or roast beef hash. 

Heavenly hash, you won’t want with eggs. It gets its hash name because it was a mixture of almost equal amounts of ingredients. These can be fresh fruit, marshmallows, whipped cream, candy and served as an appetizer or dessert. 

Hash browns are merely diced potatoes sautéed in butter with herbs until golden brown. 

Red-Flannel Hash is different because it is reddened by fresh beets, accented with Worcestershire sauce and dry mustard. 

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