Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Start fresh with shrimp

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Have a shrimp feast made to order! Have some friends over for a good ole shrimp boil or serve cocktail style. Grill kabob style, make a dip or mix with creamy pasta. The possibilities are endless when it comes to this seafood favorite. On sale now until Wednesday, get yours for $7.98/lb. fresh from Edwards seafood department. Fire up the grill and try Grilled Sage Scallops Wrapped in Bacon. Need comfort? Try Mediterranean Style Seafood Chowder. Recipes courtesy of Edwards Food Giant.

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