Wanna Win VIP Tickets to the Scottsdale Culinary Festival's Great Arizona Picnic?

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Don't lie, you know you do it. You snap photos of every dish that arrives at the dinner table (most times repeatedly until you get the perfect shot) before you eat it -- and make your friends wait until you've gotten a good pic of their dish too. It's okay. We do, too.

The good new is that all those wasted minutes of actual eating time might finally pay off. Because if you take a creative, delicious Instagram photo between now and Tuesday, April 8 you might win a VIP Pass to the Scottsdale Culinary Festival's Great Arizona Picnic on Sunday, April 13.

See also: Scottsdale Culinary Festival Needs Volunteers (Sign Up Now for Free Admission and Food!)

All you have to do to enter the contest is take use your best food photography skills and post a creative food shot from your daily life on Instagram using the hashtag: #SCFlove

Every Tuesday between now and the event, one photographer will be selected at random to receive a VIP Pass to the Great Arizona Picnic, a $100 value. A VIP Pass to the event includes a private tent and seating, drink tickets, food tickets, fast pass line entry and more.

Photos will be selected on the following dates:

  • Tuesday, March 25
  • Tuesday, April 1
  • Tuesday, April 8

#SCFlove photos will also be on display at the the Epicurean Expo on April 12 and 13.

For more information about the event visit the Scottsdale Culinary Festival website.

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