Hangtown Fry Recipe|California Cusine History|Gold Mining Food

Hangtown Fry is considered by some to be the original California Cuisine! It is the classic gold rush food and it’s delicious! Learn this easy classic hang town fry recipes of Oysters, Bacon and Eggs! Get the recipe here – https://rebrand.ly/Hangtown-Fry—YesterKitchen

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11 thoughts on “Hangtown Fry Recipe|California Cusine History|Gold Mining Food

  1. Wow! Thanks for sharing! It is pretty weired combination I must say. And seriously, I was also wondering what is California cuisine. Do you have any traditional food that the restaurants have been cooking for ages/decades because people love it so much? In Europe those specialities are so clear.

    1. It does sound weird but it works! “California” these days really doesn’t have specific dishes, rather specific ingredients. For some reason most dishes with California in the title contains avocados. There are plenty grown in California. Also, California is huge on Farm to Table. There are regional dishes, like burritos in San Francisco and fish tacos in San Diego. But California is a baby compared to Europe. 🙂 So California Cuisine means different things to different people depending on where they live. But before any of that, came Hangtown Fry. Give it a try!

  2. Can you substitute the oysters?. Otherwise looked yummy!!. I wish I could be so enthusiastic cooking like you but I do get excited when I make my PB&J

    1. You can, but it wouldn’t be ‘Hangtown Fry’. But bacon and eggs and anything, how can you go wrong? 🙂

  3. Wow! Interesting story. I never knew you’re supposed to cook eggs on a lower heat. I particularly like the martini glass on the side. Your whole presentation is always so enjoyable to listen to.

    1. Wow, thank you! Eggs love to dry out fast, so cooking them low is key! And yes, that martini….. it’s my post filming treat! 🙂

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