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Best bib and tucker

Capture those family mealtime moments and enter the Liverpool Food Lovers Festival art exhibition

Published on January 14th 2010.


Best bib and tucker

You may have thought your spaghetti hoop teatimes were nothing but a splatterfest, and have cursed Jamie Oliver as you attempted to force broccoli down your children. Wrong. These food-filled dramas and every meal you've actually enjoyed together are precious moments - and it's time you caught them in the lens.

The Liverpool Food Lovers Festival is turning city families into works of art as it searches for parents, siblings and relatives to appear in a special exhibition as part of the two week food celebration which starts on September 3. Quite simply, the exhibition will be a collection of photographs taken by you: City families sharing a meal together, and will be on show at the Albert Dock from September 8th.

All Liverpool families are being urged to enter by sending in pictures of their families sharing their favourite dish, whether it be a weekly Sunday roast or fish and chips in front of the telly, whatever best captures the essence and spirit of their family meal.

Finalists will be chosen by a celebrity photographer and winners will attend a gala opening evening on 8 September to unveil the photographs.

Not only that, but Liverpool Confidential, official media partner of the Liverpool Food Lovers Festival, will treat one outright winner and their family to a slap up Sunday lunch at one of the city's family favourite restaurants.

Sue Nelson, chief executive of North West Fine Food, which is organising the festival, says: ‘Liverpool is a city that always has and always will value family meal times. We want to celebrate this and make it an integral part of the festival, as it will express the cultural heritage of the city.

‘We are offering the chance to make families famous by appearing the exhibition so we are hoping people of Liverpool will inundate us with their photographs.’

Anybody wishing to enter, and can do better than these hastily obtained snaps of some handy children we know, should send digital images (ie jpegs) toartonaplate@brazenpr.com Closing date for entries is 20 August 2007, so make it snappy.

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