Culinary Arts – Class 30

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Culinary Arts – Class 302022-04-12T13:35:47+00:00

CLASS 30: SECTION 1 – 39

 

Chair: Mary-Lou Stephenson…905-775-8392

Committee: Maureen Archibald, Cheryl Prentice, Bonnie O’Hara

  • All rules at the beginning of the Homecraft Section apply
  • Please note: all entries, except layer cakes, must be placed on strong paper plates and in clear plastic bags. No cling film.
  • NO twist ties, please use ZIPLOC bags
  • Attach entry tags to plates, not to the bag
  • No mixes or canned filling to be used

CHAMPION COOK TROPHY

The Exhibitor with the highest points will have their name engraved on the Champion Cook Perpetual Plaque donated by Grainne Malcolm and receive a plaque donated by the Schomberg Agricultural Society.

NOTE: 1st prize winners of 2018 & 2019 are not eligible

PRIZES

SECTIONS 1 – 4

1st – $4, 2nd – $3.50, 3rd – $3

SECTIONS 5 – 11

1st – $8.50, 2nd – $6.50, 3rd – $4.50

SECTIONS 12 – 18

1st – $6, 2nd – $5.50, 3rd – $5

SECTIONS 19 – 35

1st – $4, 2nd – $3.50, 3rd – $3

BREADS AND ROLLS Breads and quick breads are to be baked in a pan approx. 9” x 5” x 3” 1. White Bread – ½ loaf 2. 60% Whole Wheat bread – ½ loaf 3. Machine bread, your choice 4. Tea Biscuits – raisin – 4 on small plate

CAKES All cakes to be on covered cardboard, no larger than 10” x 10”

  1. Dark fruit cake, un-iced – 4 slices attractively arranged on a small plate 6. Light fruit cake, un-iced – 4 slices attractively arranged on a small plate 7. Lemon cake, iced, no larger than 8” x 8”
  2. Honey cake, your choice, no larger than 8” x 8”

PIES AND TARTS

  1. Apple pie – double crust 10. Blueberry pie 11. Baked pie shell 12. Cherry tarts (4 on a small plate)
  2. Butter tarts, must include raisins, no other fruit, no nuts (5 on a small plate)

***For this year, Winner to provide fresh entry to go to District competition October 29, 2022***

LOAVES

  1. Banana loaf no nuts – ½ loaf
  2. Apple Loaf, ½ loaf

SQUARES, COOKIES, MUFFINS

Paper to be removed. Small non-breakable plates

  1. Brownies, iced, no nuts – 4 on a plate
  2. Decorated cupcakes, fair theme “Celebrating our Community Heroes” no mixes – 3 on a plate
  3. Chocolate chip cookies – 5 on a plate
  4. Cranberry/orange muffins, paper removed, 4 on a plate
  5. Honey Oatmeal cookies – 4 on a plate

BOTTLED GOODS

Jar size – pint or smaller

  1. Rhubarb Sauce
  2. Marmalade
  3. Dill Pickles
  4. Bread and Butter Pickles
  5. Pickled Beets
  6. Chili Sauce, mild
  7. Cucumber Relish
  8. BBQ Sauce
  9. Corn Relish
  10. Strawberry Jam
  11. Raspberry Jam
  12. Apple Jelly
  13. Grape Jelly
  14. Any other Jam not mentioned
  15. Any other Jelly not mentioned
  16. PIONEER HONEY SPECIAL

Any baked item or preserve using Pioneer Honey. Proof of purchase and recipe required with entry (retained by sponsor) First prize only, donated by Pioneer Honey: selection of Pioneer Honey products. Pioneer Honey is located at 5815 – 15th Sideroad, Nobleton, Ontario L0G 1N0

COUNTRY FAIR BAKING CONTESTS

The following terms and conditions apply to all entrants

  • You must submit only entries using the product stipulated.
  • A product label must accompany each entry as proof of purchase.
  • All entries will be judged on appearance, taste, texture and
  • Creativity of recipe and presentation.
  • Decision of the judge is final.
  • All eligible winners agree to sign a release form giving permission to the sponsor for the use of the winner’s name and photograph in any other advertising or publicity without payment.
  • RECIPES ARE REQUIRED
  • Prizes not listed to be determined before the Fair.
  1. *NEW for 2022 Fair*

Bernardin Gift Pack Competition

Featuring the theme “Celebrating Our Community Heroes”

1st Prize only: $20 prize coupons

Entries must include no less than 3 (three) filled Bernardin mason jars (min 250ml size) which must be sealed with Bernardin Snap lids and be submitted in an appropriate container, not necessarily a basket. Gift baskets may include additional items and must be decorated to reflect the theme as stated above. Judge will select winner based on creativity, quality of home canned product (taste-tested) and appropriateness of presentation.

  1. BERNARDIN OF CANADA

High points in Sections 30-35

Prize: $30 Gift Certificate from Bernardin of Canada

  1. BERNARDIN JAM/JELLY AWARD

Best Jam / Jelly using Bernardin pectin.

Judged on appearance, taste, and texture & recipe creativity. Proof of Purchase & recipe required (retained by sponsor)

Prize: $20 Gift Certificate from Bernardin of Canada

Visit our sponsors website for recipes and

helpful hints on home canning and baking

www.bernardin.ca