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Josh Fedorchak, 10 of Valparaiso competes in the 8-12 year-old division durng Mommy's Little Piggy Eating Contest at the Indiana Welcome Center last December. Contestants ate as many mashed potatoes as possible while staying as clean as possible without their hands touching the food. The con…

May 05, 2013 12:00 am
'Little piggies' polish off potatoes in 'Christmas Story' contest

'Little piggies' polish off potatoes in 'Christmas Story' contest

Josh Fedorchak, 10, of Valparaiso, competes Saturday in the 8-to-12 age group during the Mommy's Little Piggy eating contest at the Indiana Welcome Center. Based loosely on a scene from "A Christmas Story," contestants ate as many mashed potatoes as possible while staying as clean as possibl…

December 15, 2012 2:30 pm
'Little piggies' polish off potatoes in 'Christmas Story' contest

'Little piggies' polish off potatoes in 'Christmas Story' contest

Jace Janeczko, 7, of Lowell, raises his hand after finishing his plate of mashed potatoes during the eating contest Saturday at the Indiana Welcome Center in Hammond.

December 15, 2012 2:30 pm
Piggies race to down spuds

Piggies race to down spuds

John Richardson, of Crown Point, ate five plates of mashed potatoes in the 18 and over category in the allotted time of two minutes at the Mommy's Little Piggy mashed potato-eating contest.

December 17, 2011 3:25 pm
Piggies raced to down spuds

Piggies raced to down spuds

Tylee Flavin, 10, looks up to catch a breath Saturday at the Mommy's Little Piggy mashed potato-eating contest at the Indiana Welcome Center in Hammond.

December 17, 2011 3:25 pm
Piggies race to down spuds

Piggies race to down spuds

HAMMOND - Finishing eating his plate of mashed potatoes in 26.4 seconds, Brandon Becerra jumps up and celebrates at the Indiana Welcome Center's hosted Mommy's Little Piggy mashed potato-eating contest held Friday morning.

December 17, 2011 3:25 pm
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