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Going Big at Hash House A Go Go Las Vegas


Andy's Sage Fried Chicken Hash House Farm Benedict at Hash House A Go Go
Going Big at Hash House A Go Go Las Vegas

Andy's Sage Fried Chicken Hash House Farm Benedict at Hash House A Go Go at Imperial Palce Las Vegas

Photograph © 2010 Zeke Quezada, licensed to About.com, Inc
If you are a fan of eating you are a fan of Hash House and I'm sure you must be a fan of The Travel Channel's Man Vs. Food show. Adam Richman went into Hash House and devoured his way through a dish that is simply a monster.

So, of course I felt the need to find out exactly what it was that every one was talking about. First, I should point out that I can eat, I can eat big portions, I can eat fast and I can eat spicy. Am I a nut like the Man Vs. Food guy? Probably not, that guy is pretty talented, but I am probably on the minor league circuit of real eaters.

When Andy's Sage Fried Chicken Hash House Farm Benedict comes to your table at Hash House A Go Go you instantly will be second guessing your ability to eat. It's huge and I have explained it as "a beast! It’s like a stratigraphic column that you’ll see at the Grand Canyon. Chipotle cream with peppers, scrambled eggs, griddled mozzarella, fried chicken, bacon, market tomato, spinach, biscuit on top of griddled potatoes."

It's a challenge to eat because of it's size but the combination of flavors will take the comfort food fanatic to a state of euphoria. The Chipotle gravy coats the top with the flavor of a spicy cream and if you combine that with the bottom layer of crispy potatoes and the superb fried chicken, well, you could easily become the poster child for cardiologist around the globe speaking on job security.

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