HI! How are you? I’ve missed you!
I’ve seen you checking and checking and to your dismay, there hasn’t been a peep out of me in months. It wasn’t intentional, I assure you. I had a little fight with WordPress, but after a bit of a battle, I won. And here I am!
I have quite a bit to catch up on, so I thought it best for us to go to brunch: a meal of savoury and sweet delights specifically created for a leisurely waffle, both verbally and edibly.
Let’s try Hash House A Go Go. They started in San Diego back in 2000, and after great success, decided to take their “twisted farm food” and excessive portions across the US, ensuring doctor’s appointments for all. But, if you grab a group of hungry friends and promise not to over order, a veritable feast is sure to be had.
Here, have a look at the menu, what should we share? Sage fried chicken Benedict with split biscuit, fresh tomato, spinach, bacon, mozzarella, chipotle cream, scrambled eggs and mashed potatoes? Are you sure? Seems a little excessive, but… Oh. my. Benedict. What have we done? This monstrosity along with everything else on the menu, should come with a warning. Don’t worry! That little wedge of fresh fruit will counteract any damage this edible mountain inflicts upon its consumer.
You want something sweet? Now I can’t argue with that notion, but after this? Maybe there’s something reasonable we could sugar up on.
This, my friend, is possibly the most decadent trap of a flapjack and waffle menu I have ever seen. Snickers pancakes, you insist?
Sold. Cue the food coma and slow creep of remorse that blankets your immobile body only when tempted by delectable options of vast food items. Having pried ourselves from the table, we made our way to the ocean, ready to join a passing pod of humpbacks.With no signs of our massive, blubbery friends, we walked along the coast instead. If you’re in San Diego and have an obscene appetite, give Hash House A Go Go a go…
They’ve branched out at an alarming rate, so check out their site as there could be a bountiful brunch near you.
It’s good to be back. Consider the following posts as a succession of throwback Thursdays that fall on any given day of the week, and I look forward to catching up with you soon!