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Low Country Cast-Iron Skillet Scramble from Big Bad Breakfast by John Currence

  In the dazzling new book Big Bad Breakfast, author John Currence goes all out to exploit his Southern culinary heritage. Born in New Orleans with all its French influence, he went to college in Virginia and North Carolina, but often visited Charleston in the heart of South Carolina Low Country. This recipe combines Low…

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Brian’s Smoke Salmon Hash

Hash is a wonderful food. I know, the name “hash” is harsh, not pretty sounding, but it can be amazingly satisfying. Here’s a simple hash, ideal for a quick breakfast but elegant enough for dinner. Suzi and I grew up three thousand miles apart. Me in Oregon, she in Brooklyn. The idea of “smoked salmon”…

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Brian’s Steak Hash

I love hash. And not just for breakfast. You can make a meaty, savory hash that is a noble dinner. Like this one: steak, potatoes, carrots, onion, and celery. Plus spices galore to your personal choosing. And, hash is fun. It will never taste the same way twice and you can empty out your fridge…

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Salmon and Tri-Color Potato Hash

There is no way to deny it: “hash” is a four-letter word. Using the word often denotes something either derogatory or low quality. Did you make a hash of that last speech? In computer science, a hash table is a good thing, a way of finding data. But a hash function is a cryptography technique…

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