Hash Throughout the World

In this video, Clark Haass, author of “Hashcapades: The Art of the Perfect Hash Adventure,” talks about the ubiquitous nature of hash, and how it’s found in many other cultures, each with their own characteristic versions.

For example, in Latin America, hash is called “Picadillo”, and is usually made up of ground beef, rice and tomato sauce instead of corned beef, the traditional hash ingredient used in this country. Haass says that though they might add peppers or hot chilies, and wrap it in a tortilla at its core, it’s still a hash.

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