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February 15, 2013

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"The Pixie Kitchen" was on "The 20 Miracle Miles."

A great old restaurant. We eat there many times in the mid '60s. They had an "all you can eat"
policy. Served more of your order "till you were full.
I remember when Mark Hatfield called it "the 20 miserable miles". He wasn't very popular over
that.

We used to drive from Salem on "special Sunday's". I remember the hot cod fish balls, the pickled herring, and the Captains Platter. How could you resist all that great fried food?

Gary, good memory! I remember, as a nine yr old, going to the appetizer cart. Liked the potato cod balls and herring. Later was told that pickled herring was "raw". Thought I was going to die. I guess it prepped me for later visits to sushi bars.
Pixie Kitchen also had a small gift shop that we could find things for under a dollar.

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