Competition 2013

My Food Story

PHOTO COMPETITION
Set food’s future ablaze during Fair Food Week

Click here to view the winners, selected from the finalists. Thank you for sharing the news, entering and voting! We’re thrilled by the response!

SHARE THE FOOD YOU GROW, COOK AND EAT
Win over $750 of food-lover’s prizes. Take a photo of Produce (e.g. your farm, garden or its bounty) or a Dish (e.g. scenes of cooking, sharing food or your creation), add your reflections or make a wish!

You can enter on Facebook, or on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #MyFoodStory and either #Produce or #Dish. Entries and voting closes 25th August 2013.

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ENTER TO WIN
best dish prizeBest Dish
$150 voucher from Wakefield Press
7000 Islands – Yasmin Newman
My Feast – Peter Kuruvita
Sponsored by Wakefield Press and SBS


Best Producebest produce prize
The Backyard Homestead – Carleen Madigan
Pick, Preserve, Serve – Chris Fortune
Berry Bounty – Allen Gilbert
A Year in a Bottle – Sally Wise
One years’ membership to The Diggers Club
The Australian Fruit & Vegetable Garden – Clive Blazey & Jane Varkulevicius
A double pass to Gardening Australia Live
Sponsored by Green Harvest, The Digger‘s Club and Gardening Australia Live

peoples choicePeoples’ Choice
$150 voucher from Books for Cooks
7000 Islands – Yasmin Newman
My Feast – Peter Kuruvita
A double pass to Gardening Australia Live
Sponsored by Books for Cooks, SBS and Gardening Australia Live

 

VOTING AND WINNERS
All photos will be entered into Peoples’ Choice; the entry with the most votes wins, so ask your friends to vote! The best entries — judged by the criteria of impact, story and creativity — will be added to the finalists. From this list, our judges will decide the Best Produce and Best Dish.

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FOR COMPETITION TIPS & UPDATES
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By entering, you agree to the competition terms and conditions.

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
Competition Sponsors

SBS Books for Cooks Wakefield Press The Diggers Club Gardening Australia Live Green Harvest