Twisted Farm Food
Feb 13, 2011
At the end of 2010, my husband strongly suggested we take a much need mini-vacation to escape the hamster wheel of life. So in the moment, we decided to go to Vegas. Why not – Right? While studying the nation’s water quantity issues, I have read much about the water woes of Vegas. It was my civic duty to check it out. So throwing that long list of "To-Do's" aside for five days, I grabbed caution to the wind and embraced the Vegas scene.
When the hotel staff suggested a restaurant across the street advertising “Twisted Farm Food”, I was in! As we approached the top of the escalator, we were greeted by very familiar farm décor
trimmed in diamond tread and bolts.
A Hash House a go go-inspired from Indiana farm roots-specializes in keeping the fun in food while pulling from the experiences of farm fresh agriculture, livestock, and old recipes with a twist.
Taking agriculture to the lighter side, the Hash House inserts the farm flare with unique culinary creations.
On the menu: Hash House featuring crispy potatoes combined with eggs and your choice of many meats and vegetables stacked in haystack formation; Tractor Driver combo with choice of HH signature flapjack like Snickers; or my personal choice Griddled French toast dipped in banana cinnamon cream w/ pecan maple syrup.
Anyone can find a twist on your reminiscent favorite dish from your hometown café.
The Hash House also has a full menu of farm fresh goodies for both lunch and dinner. Bring your appetite the portions are large and the choices are many. The refreshing part in this tourist arena is the Hash House offers these culinary delights for a reasonable price.
What lesson did I learn from the Hash House a go go? In order to relate what we produce on the farm to the table sometimes we agriculturists need to be Ag Entertaining. So if you are in San Diego or Vegas, I encourage you to experience the Hash House a go go adventure.