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A picture says a thousand words – so we’re inviting YOU to send in baby food photographs prepared using recipes from OUR site – and to share your culinary creations with the world!

  • Please use the form below to send in your photograph. Don’t forget to include the title of the recipe (as it appears on our site) and your e-mail address (so we can thank you).
  • The photograph you send in must be your own property – PLEASE do not send in photographs that you have found elsewhere.
  • By submitting your photograph, you agree that we may publish it on our site. You will be credited for any work published, although we will only use your first name and country of location – NO other identifying information will be used.

PLEASE NOTE: If YOU experience any problems in sending in your photograph or using the entry form, please contact us immediately and let us know. Your contribution is important to us.

We look forward to receiving your baby food photographs!

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