- August 6, 2012
- Eating Out, On Location, Travel + Places
- breakfast, brunch, california, casual dining, comfort food, eggs, farm food, food+cooking, french toast, fried chicken, Hash House A Go Go, Hillcrest, new american, restaurant, San Diego, waffle
The original Hash House a Go Go is nestled just up the hill from downtown in the trendy and hip neighborhood of Hillcrest; one of San Diego’s most distinctive and diverse neighborhoods.
Executive chef Craig “Andy” Beardslee and co-creator and co-founder Johnny Rivera serve off beat New-American food. Expect crazy concoctions, large portions that border on the ridiculous and long lines at brunch time on weekends.
- September 2, 2011
- Main Courses, Meat, Pulses + Grains, Recipe Journal, The Khohanotz, Vegetables
- armenian food, bulgur, comfort food, culture, dairy-free, food+cooking, levantine cuisine, middle eastern food, step-by-step recipe
This recipe for stuffed vegetables is down-right comfort food; whether referred to as Meesov Tsavari Letsk in Armenian, Mehshi bi Burghul in the Middle East, or Dolma throughout the Levant.
Bulgur is a wheat cereal that is usually sold parboiled, dried, ground, and sifted into distinct sizes. It can be found in natural food stores as well as ethnic and traditional grocery stores. It differs from cracked wheat in that it is pre-cooked.