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Healthful recipe contest.

Lots of families have special recipes for their favorite meals and snacks. Sometimes these recipes are handed down from one generation to the next. Maybe someone in your family has created a special dish, like Mom's Spicy Mexican Casserole, or Dad's Peanut Butter Pita Bread Sandwiches, or even Uncle Fred's Barbecued Eggplant and Banana Surprise (yuk!).

U*S*Kids and the Children's Better Health Institute are looking for original, healthful recipes to share with our readers. Does your mom or dad have a favorite recipe that you'd like to enter? Or maybe you've created your own kitchen masterpiece that tastes good and is good for you. Either way, you'll want to send in your healthful recipe to:

Your Name Your Address

"Healthful Recipe Contest" U*S*Kids P.O. Box 567 Indianapolis, IN 46206

RELATED ARTICLE: Rules:

Recipes should be low in sugar, fat, and sodium, and contain no artificial sweeteners (no desserts, please). They must be original recipes, not copied from a published cookbook. A first-place, second-place, and third-place winner will be chosen from entries submitted to all Children's Better Health Institute publications (Turtle Magazine, Humpty Dumpty's Magazine, Children's Playmate Magazine, Jack And Jill, Child Life, Children's Digest, and U*S*Kids). Entries must be postmarked by December 31, 1997; all entries become the property of the Children's Better Health Institute.

Be sure to include your name, address, and phone number with your entry. Also include a photograph of you and your family. The winning recipe will be printed in U*S*Kids. A blue ribbon will be awarded to our first-place winner.
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