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- Please use the logo on your post and tag the post with the label ‘Classic French’ and include a link to this challenge page and to Blue Kitchen Bakes.
- Please add your entries via the linky at the bottom, enter the name of your dish in the name box. If you don’t have a blog or linky doesn’t work then email your entries to email@example.com including the name of your dish, your name (or I will use the name of your blog), a photo, a link to your post and for non bloggers a brief description that I can use in the round up at then end of the month.
- If you’re on Twitter you can tweet your links to @BlueKitchenBake using the hash tag #ClassicFrench and I will retweet any that I see
- You can enter as many times as you want and you can enter your post into other challenges as long as it fits in with their rules
- You can enter an old post if you want but please update with a link back to my blog and the challenge logo
- Don’t forget that if the recipe you use is from another source i.e. book/magazine/website/blog to credit the original author.
- The challenge will run until the 28th of the month.
- New challenges will be announced on the 1st of each month
- Above all have fun and use this as an excuse to learn something new and get creative!