|l. to r.: broccoli & carrots, bacon, home fries, steak.|
My ultimate interest in food was piqued by happening upon an episode of Good Eats on the Food Network. One of my favorite episodes is something titled "Behind the Bird," a post-Thanksgiving show that has the crew of Good Eats snowed in, forcing them to use up the holiday leftovers. That is how I met my favorite leftover dish: hash.
|Make sure ingredients are bite-sized|
The only rule I have for hash is that it must contain leftover potatoes. This can be any form of the spud: French fries, home fries, mashed, baked, whatever. I just make sure it's cut into little bits. Beyond that, whatever is in your fridge (or freezer) is the limit.
|Start with the meat (if you're into that). Add oil or bacon grease as needed.|
|Add the veggies. Cook until desired temperature is reached. Season to taste & enjoy!|
Waiting for Lefty, a play by Clifford Odets. Premiered at the Civic Repertory Theatre in New York City, presented by the Group Theatre, directed by Sanford Meisner, featuring Lee J. Cobb, Elia Kazan, and the playwright, among others.