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Foodiebear Reviews Tien Wong Hot Pot, FnB Restaurant's Color Run Challenge and Sandwich Porn at Sammiches

A round-up of tasty morsels from Valley food blogs.

Foodiebear's blog makes you feel warm and fuzzy with the stellar snaps and well-written reviews of local restaurants. This week Foodiebear takes us to Tien Wong Hot Pot in Chandler. Head over for helpful hints on how to enjoy a hotpot with panache.


Pavle Milic

posted on his blog

that he and Charleen Badman have entered FnB Restauant as a team on the

Arizona Color Run 5K

. Not a runner? Don't worry, Milic and Badman haven't run a 5K, either. Proceeds benefit Banner Medical Cardon Children's Center. Your motivation to start training: "Charleen and Pavle will come to the winner's house and cook dinner for 4 of his/her friends. They will also bring a mystery wine maker to help us serve wine and...hang out." What a reward for slipping on your sneaks, running like hell and get sprinkled with brightly colored cornstarch for the kids.

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We noticed Sammiches on twitter and decided to check out their website. It's a sort of blog/aggregator based in Phoenix (but looking to expand elsewhere) that's all about sandwiches or as they call them, sammiches. Each post/pic has a description, is dated and includes a map. We see lots of Phoenix favorites on there -- and even a Maui Dog dog.

Hey metro Phoenix eaters, if you have a food blog or know of one we've missed, leave word in the comments section.

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