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Salvador Molly's on the Travel Channel

The Travel Channel will be coming to Portland next month and stopping by Salvador Molly’s for some Great Balls of Fire. Adam Richman, the host of their new show Man v. Food, will take the Great Balls of Fire challenge. Want to be part of the action? Stay tuned for more details.

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Salvador Molly’s on the Travel Channel

The Travel Channel will be coming to Portland next month and stopping by Salvador Molly’s for some Great Balls of Fire. Adam Richman, the host of their new show Man v. Food, will take the Great Balls of Fire challenge. Want to be part of the action? Stay tuned for more details.

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Snapshots from Vietnam

Snapshots from VietnamStories, Food and Photos by Anne ParkerSunday, September 14th 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. Salvador Molly’s brings you tales from an ex-Portlander, Anne Parker, living in Vietnam. Join us for a two hour visit as Anne demonstrates how to cook several of her favorite dishes, shares colorful photos, interesting stories and answers your…

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Snail, Clams & Crabs Oh My!

Anne Parker updates us from Saigon. I have a favorite place to eat in Saigon. It is a stall that sets up near the Ben Than market around 6pm. It is always full of local people eating clams, snails, crabs and other interesting things including steamed duck embryos (but I have not tried that yet).…

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Snail, Clams & Crabs Oh My!

Anne Parker updates us from Saigon. I have a favorite place to eat in Saigon. It is a stall that sets up near the Ben Than market around 6pm. It is always full of local people eating clams, snails, crabs and other interesting things including steamed duck embryos (but I have not tried that yet).…

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Ema Datse – Bhutanese Chiles and Cheese

Anne Parker updates us from Bhutan. Bhutan has a rich and unique cultural heritage that has largely remained intact because of its isolation from the rest of the world until recently. One of the main attractions for tourists is the country’s culture and traditions. Bhutanese tradition is deeply steeped in its Buddhist heritage. Due to…

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Bhutan Momos

Anne Parker updates us from Bhutan. Our frequent guest blogger, Anne Parker, just returned from Bhutan, a landlocked nation in South Asian. Anne was in Bhutan for most of March and exclaims that it is a most wonderful place! Once Anne gets settled back home in Vietnam she’ll send us some more photos and stories…

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Uncle John's Gumbo

Rick Sadle updates us on one of his found memories in Louisiana. “WHO’S THERE?” shouted Uncle John Hooks as his shotgun swung up toward the little motorboat his nephew Steve and I were in. Steve hits the deck and shouts “DON’T SHOOT UNCLE JOHN, DON’T SHOOT, IT’S STEVE!” Ten minutes later, after some delicate negotiations,…

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Uncle John’s Gumbo

Rick Sadle updates us on one of his found memories in Louisiana. “WHO’S THERE?” shouted Uncle John Hooks as his shotgun swung up toward the little motorboat his nephew Steve and I were in. Steve hits the deck and shouts “DON’T SHOOT UNCLE JOHN, DON’T SHOOT, IT’S STEVE!” Ten minutes later, after some delicate negotiations,…

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Samoa with Dinner Menu

Rick Sadle updates us from Samoa. Travel day: Easter Island to Apia, Samoa with a fuel stop in Tahiti. Today was a very long day because Samoa is six hours behind Easter Island. In the morning, we have time for an interesting visit to Rano Kao, a volcanic caldera which contains a fresh water lake…

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