- Lake E. High, Founder SC BBQ Assoc.
- Robert F Moss, BBQ Editor Southern Living
"The origins of hash can be traced to enslaved Africans who devised ways to make tasty dishes out of the undesirable ‘offal’ meats.” -Saddler Taylor, Folklorist
“Other theories point to German settlers in the state who brought with them the tradition of grinding meat for gravy.” -Saddler Taylor, Folklorist
Another possibility is that people simply made hash as a way to avoid wasting parts of an animal they went to considerable effort (and expense) to raise.
Boston Butt, cooked
Mustard-based BBQ Sauce
Apple Cider Vinegar
Sauté onions with potatoes in a little oil until onions are tender. Stir in black pepper. Pull pork and add to potatoes and onions.
Fill with water. Cook until potatoes are done. Blend. Add BBQ sauce, ketchup, vinegar, spices. Simmer until it's the consistency of thick soup.
Hash is most often served over white rice; however, in some parts of the state it is served on bread or even over pulled pork.
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