Amateur food photographers, take your best shot and enter to win some sleek kitchen gadgets

I won't go on about all of the rules, but I will tell you that the food pictured doesn't have to be made by the photographer or even homemade, restaurant shots are allowed. Including wine in the photo is also not required, but leave your animals out of the shot, because they're definitely prohibited from making guest appearances in your submission. (Don't ask me why, I just read it in the official rules.)


A complete list of prizes, rules and contest details is available on Jordan Winery's Facebook page or can be downloaded here. Enter the contest on Jordan Winery's Facebook page or email your photo to: [email protected]



Photo by Matt Armendariz of MattBites, courtesy of Jordan Winery.

Are you one of those people who is always taking pictures of your food? Then listen up, because Jordan Winery is giving amateur food photographers the chance to win a line of pretty sweet-looking kitchen gadgets just for doing what they always do — photographing their food.

The Alexander Valley winery's Executive Chef, Todd Knoll, recently made a video (see below) on his must-have kitchen tools and four of the featured gadgets will be the prizes given to winner of the contest, including an induction cooktop.

If you've got a good digital camera, an eye for food photography and one great food shot, you could have this in the bag.

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