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The Food Porn Awards invites eateries to enter this year’s competition

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Celebrating the region’s best-looking food, entries close on the 10th October

Eateries from across the North of England have the opportunity to enter this year’s Food Porn Awards from 27th August 2018.

Celebrating the region’s best-looking food, entries close on the 10th October, with chefs, restaurants, bars, pubs and eateries encouraged to submit images of their most mouth-watering dishes in order to be in with a chance of winning the coveted 2019 award.

This year, the awards are open to culinary creations that fall under the categories of Fine Dining, Casual Dining, Street Eats and Desserts. The curators of the Food Porn Awards, Shoot the Moon will have the challenging task of selecting the 12 finalists.

The finalists will move through to the live cook-off round, with the expert food Photographers at STM Photography, to capture images of their dishes before the entries are revealed to the industry judges for them to make their final decisions.

A select panel of expert judges will come together to select the winners from each category, with a public vote determining the winner of the People’s Choice Award, allowing the public to have their say and support their favourite eateries. The final winners of the prestigious award are to be announced in February 2019. Previous winners include former MasterChef winner Chef Simon Wood and Chef Dave Coulson who recently represented the North East on BBC’s Great British Menu.

The inaugural Food Porn Awards took place in 2016 and following on from its continued success, has returned for a fourth year in its search to find the region’s finest culinary creations. This year, the awards launch a food news site, as an evolution of their ever-growing involvement in the Northern food scene.

Phil Marshall, STM managing director and curator of the Food Porn Awards, said: “The Food Porn Awards are based solely on mutual publicity for the region’s food community. With cross-regional press coverage, an expansive social reach, publicity through the awards ceremony and wide distribution of video content & stunning imagery, there’s every reason to be involved.”

“The quality of entries we received last year was outstanding and judging by developments in the Northern food scene, this year’s entries will be even stronger. We know there is a lot of talent in the North and we look forward to showcasing this at this year’s Food Porn Awards.”

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Philip Ghayour
Events, PR, and Marketing Manager at The Samuel James Group, Philip has a degree in Journalism from the University of Salford and holds an MSc in Marketing from Lancaster University, Philip has also worked at BBC Radio Lancashire, Clitheroe Football Club and Accrington Stanley Football Club.