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Win Dinner at Freds Market

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The holidays are here- and chances are you have family coming into town. Skip cooking and cleaning for a night and take them to Fred's Market Restaurant for a special taste of farm-to-plate freshness. Enjoy fried chicken, mashed potatoes, corn bread, and all of your other southern comfort favorites.

To enter to win $50 at Fred's Market, comment below (on Facebook or on the actual blog post) with your favorite holiday food. It can be anything from egg nog to Christmas cookies. We'll pick a winner on Wednesday. Good luck!


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During Christmas, the dinners tend to be on the heavy side, with a lot of carb overload! I make baby sweet peas, boiled in vegetable broth. Then I drain them, leaving a little broth at the bottom of the pot. About 1/2 cup worth for a full package of peas. I add a 1/2 stick of unsalted butter. Then, I add minced garlic and pearl onions with a box of cream of mushroom soup. Then at last, a dash of sea salt and black pepper. Amazing!

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