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By: S Haslam

Wow, think my attempt at food art is lame? Here at The Echo I buy all the food I taste, but if you really want free food, and if you reckon you can take a better pic then try this. Buy a soft-serve coconut ice-cream from Paseyo in Mullumbimby (it tastes good, with no dairy milk or refined sugar), take a photo of it, then email it to [email protected] by 9am next Monday. The photographer I judge the best will receive 2 free ice-creams courtesy of Andrew at Paseyo.

More info: Paseyo Cnr of Stuart and Tincogan St, Mullumbimby

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