Got any picky-eating kids? It might actually pay off for you.

There's a company called Perdue Chicken Plus® who says they will reward your picky eating child. They are looking for "America's PIckiest Eater" and their grand prize includes giving your family a year's supply of thier chicken products and donating 2,000 pounds of food to your kid's school.

What's the catch? The chicken is veggie-based! Perdue is trying to trick your kids into eating more vegetables. As a parent of a picky eater, I ain't even mad at that.

They want you to send in any pictures or videos of your child highlighting their lofty eating habits. The more funny, outrageous or sneaky, the better.

The winning kid will also be featured in Perdue Chicken's new ad campaign.

My 8-year-old daughter, Willow, is definitely a picky eater. She despises hamburgers, spaghetti with meat sauce (she only eats the noodles, plain) and she won't eat any chips unless they are Barbecue or Plain Lays chips. If she's eating a hot dog, don't you even THINK of putting anything but ketchup on it. (Sometimes I tell her I'm gong to put mustard and relish on her hot dogs, and if her looks could kill, I'd be a dead one for sure.)

Get more info on "America's Pickiest Eater" contest from Perdue Chicken Plus contest here.

You can also enter the contest on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook by tagging @PerdueChicken to your public photos.