Contest: Show Us Your Biggest Bite!

April 7, 2009

Chris takes a Big Bite in
front of the Biggest Biter
of all time – T. rex.

We know you’re hungry, Houston! And in honor of Big Bite Nite (coming up at HMNS on April 30) we’re looking for your Biggest Bite!

Show us a picture of your biggest bite of your favorite food – the goofier, the better – and you’re entered to win an amazing Grand Prize – including cooking classes with Chef Polo, of Polo’s Signature; gift certificates to Houston’s finest restaurants; and tickets to Big Bite Nite, the hottest food event of the year.

It’s simple to enter! (not to mention lots of fun!) Just upload a photo of your Biggest Bite of your favorite food to our event web site – and that’s it. Entries will be judged by a panel of HMNS foodies – we’re looking for enthusiasm, humor and adherence to the theme – so show us a BIG BITE!

Here are a few more Big Bite photos for inspiration – the sillier and more fun, the better! And for all you social networking junkies – you can also enter on Facebook!

So, what’s Big Bite Nite? It’s a brand-new, lavish culinary affair at the Houston Museum of Natural Science this April 30, 6 – 9 p.m. See which delicious delicacies you can sample that night; enter the “Show Us Your Biggest Bite” Photo Sharing Contest; check out our new video series, The Science of Food; and get more event info at the new event web site.

Erin B
Authored By Erin B Blatzer

Erin is the Director of Business Development at HMNS. In a past life, she was a public relations and online marketing dynamo at HMNS.

5 responses to “Contest: Show Us Your Biggest Bite!”

  1. Ryan says:

    Hey! I know that guy! Why is he eating my sandwich?! It’s my special lunch with the moist-maker slice of bread. Darn paleo-jerks…

    I can’t wait for April 30, THAT’S when I’ll exact my revenge!

  2. Steven says:

    Ryan, you are certainly welcome to try your best. But there is no way you will defeat my own BIG BITE! See you April 30.

  3. Sarah says:

    That guy ate my husband’s sandwich – I hope that T-Rex shows him what’s what!

  4. Erin B says:

    Clearly, someone needs to learn to label their sandwiches. Finders, keepers! [insert diabolical laugh here]

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