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Sweet Tomatoes Review and Giveasway!

Hey neighbors!

It has warmed up a bit here At the Fence, it is actually 24 degrees out now!  Pull out the short sleeves and start the grill!  Just kidding!

Anyway, how many of my neighbors made a New Year's resolution to loose weight?  Or maybe you just want to take off the couple of extra pounds you gained over the holiday season.  Do I ever have the restaurant for you.  It is Sweet Tomatoes or Souplantation.  We don't have one right near us, but when we visit Chicago we try to go at least once.  We went last trip, and both my older daughters were upset they didn't get to go.  Of course our good friends from New York like to go to Sweet Tomatoes when they visit Chicago with us too!

Sweet Tomatoes has one of THE BEST salad bars I know of!  Sweet Tomatoes believes in serving everything fresh.  You will not find a freezer or microwave in any of their restaurants.  They start with a 55 foot salad bar, filled with ingredients to build your own salad.  They also have a few pre-made salads like, Joan's Broccoli Madness or Southern Dill Potato Salad.  Next you can choose from a variety of made from scratch soups, pastas, and muffins.  And believe me the muffins are great! ( I ate them prior to becoming diabetic.) 

For the month of January they will be featuring several whole wheat inspired dishes to help you start the year off right.  Give you a little edge for weight loss and eating healthy.  Turkey Noodle Soup with Whole Wheat Noodles, Whole Grain Fiesta Couscous, and Tomato Spinach Hot Pasta are just a few of the whole wheat dishes that will be available.  Be sure to check their website for restaurant locations near you, and their menu options.  My husband and both my older daughters love their soups and chili, which are perfect in this type of weather to take the chill off!

So neighbors, do you live near a Sweet Tomatoes or Souplantation?  Will you be taking a trip sometime soon near one, or perhaps you have a friend or relative who would like to go?  Be sure to enter, because At the Fence and Sweet Tomatoes are offering a chance to win 2 passes to Sweet Tomatoes/Souplantation.

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Nancy said…
Ive not yet eaten at a Souplantation or a Sweet Tomatoes, but I'd love to do so!

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scottsgal said…
we love Sweet Tomatoes in Chicago - great soups and salads
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dlhaley said…
We love to eat at Sweet Tomatoes. The food there is delish.
Unknown said…
Yes, my son and I always eat there! and love their salads!!!
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Shaky Mommy said…
I LOVE Sweet Tomatoes. We don't have one near us, but we eat there when we are on vacation.
Kristen said…
Yes, we like eating at Sweet Tomatoes.
We LOVE Sweet Tomatoes! There's one not even a mile from our house...and we're there at least once a month. I love their soups & their blueberry muffins!
Tawnya said…
Yes. We love Sweet Tomatoes!
Coolestmommy said…
There's a Sweet Tomatoes near my folks. LOVE IT!!!

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