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Section 12 – Culinary Arts

Competition Details

(HOME BAKING)

Convenor: Barbara Ward 519-938-8457

 

All exhibits in competition in the Culinary Arts (Home Baking Classes) must be as specified or will not be eligible. In the case of no competition, unless the entry is worthy, the prize may be withheld. ONE ARTICLE CANNOT BE ENTERED IN MORE THAN ONE CLASS AND NO EXHIBITOR MAY MAKE MORE THAN ONE ENTRY IN A CLASS. NO MIXES ALLOWED, or canned fillings to be used, unless specified.

 

**All baking in Section 12 is to be picked up between 3:30-4:00pm on Saturday  (June 11, 2022)  of the fair weekend. Please advise the Home Baking Convenor should you wish to donate your baking to the Auction held after the opening ceremonies with proceeds split 50/50 between Bethell House Hospice and the Caledon Agricultural Society, should you be unable to pick up your baking during the above mentioned time frame.

 

Preparation Guidelines.

Muffins-no paper baking cups.

No store bought tart or pie pastry shells.

Pies- can be baked in your choice of pie plate, minimum diameter of 8”, double (2) crust unless specified otherwise, and exhibited in plastic bags.

If using new foil plates, plates must be seasoned by rubbing both sides of the plate with cooking oil and baked at 350 degrees F for 15 minutes.

Bread-pan 9”x4”x3”=24 oz. or metric equivalent, unless requested otherwise.

Rolls are baked separately, Bunsare baked together in one pan.

Fruit loaf- enter ½ loaf or a mini loaf.

Cakes, Bread and Loaves should be on foil covered cardboard no more than 1” larger than product.

Cookies, tarts, squares, candies and muffins are to be exhibited on small 6” paper or plastic plates contained in plastic bags, zip bags preferred.

All baking entries are to be in clear PLASTIC BAGS with Entry Tags firmly attached to the outside of the bag. Plastic domes are acceptable.  NO PLASTIC WRAP OR TAPE.

 

 

Judging & Display Guidelines

PiesOne-sixth of the pie will be removed for judging and will then be placed on a separate plate for display. The remainder of the pie may be picked up by the exhibitor or may be donated after judging is completed to the Auction (See highlighted **  section above).

Cakes-will have one piece taken out for judging and display. The remainder of the cake will be available for pickup or may be donated to the Auction. (See highlighted **section above).

Please keep in mind that we have no refrigeration.

 

 

 

HIGH POINT BAKE SPECIAL

Sponsored in Memory of Doris Ward

PRIZE: $10.00 TO THE EXHIBITOR WINNING THE MOST POINTS IN THE HOME BAKING CLASSES (EXCLUDING RETAINED SPECIALS).

 

 

 

HIGH POINT NEW EXHIBITOR BAKE SPECIAL

Sponsored by: Barbara Ward

PRIZE: GIFT TO THE NEW EXHIBITOR WINNING THE MOST POINTS IN THE HOME BAKING CLASSES (EXCLUDING RETAINED SPECIALS).

 

 

CAKES

Prizes: 1st-$10.00, 2nd-$8.50, 3rd– $7.00

Whole cakes will have one piece removed for judging, which will then be placed on a separate plate for display.

Remainder of cake will be available for pickup on Saturday afternoon or may be donated to the Auction

 

  1. Chocolate Layer Cake, filled, iced.
  2. Cake using vegetable other than carrot or zucchini, iced.
  3. Angel Cake, no icing, no glaze.
  4. Cake baked in Bundt Pan, your choice.
  5. Cupcakes, decorated in theme of the fair, 5.

 

 

PIES & TARTS

Prizes: 1st-$8.00, 2nd -$7.00, 3rd-$6.00

Minimum diameter 8″.  Your choice of pie plate

Pies will have one piece removed for judging, which will then be placed on a separate plate for display. Remainder of pie will be available for pickup on Saturday afternoon or may be donated to the Auction after judging is completed.

 

  1. Razzleberry (raspberry & blackberry), double crust.
  2. Raisin, double crust.
  3. Strawberry Rhubarb, double crust.
  4. Apple, no spice, double crust.
  5. Pecan, single crust.
  6. Crostata, your choice of flavour combo with 2 fruits.
  7. Butter Tarts, with raisins, 5.
  8. Cherry Tarts, 5.
  9. Pecan Tarts, 5.

 

BREADS

Prizes: 1st– $8.00, 2nd– $6.00, 3rd– $4.00

 

  1. Brown Bread, ½ loaf, not made in a bread machine.
  2. Cloverleaf Buns, 5.
  3. White Bread, ½ loaf, not made in a bread machine.
  4. Chelsea Buns, 3.
  5. Multi-grain Bread, 1 loaf, made in bread maker.
  6. Fruit Turnovers, glazed, 3
  7. Raisin Bread, ½ loaf, not made in a bread machine.
  8. Pizza Buns, 3.
  9. Tea Biscuits with Cheese, 5.
  10. Tea Biscuits with dried fruit, 5.

 

 

QUICK BREADS & MUFFINS

Prizes: 1st– $5.00, 2nd– $4.00, 3rd– $3.00

For loaves, exhibit ½ loaf or use mini loaf pan.

 

  1. Lemon Loaf, with glaze.
  2. Spiced Apple Loaf.
  3. Date & Nut Loaf
  4. Carrot Muffins, 5.
  5. Cranberry Orange Muffins, 5
  6. Biscotti, 3.

 

OTHER BAKING

Prizes: 1st– $5.00, 2nd– $4.00, 3rd– $3.00

 

  1. Sugar Cookies, decorated in theme of the fair, 5.
  2. Haystack Cookies, 5.
  3. Brownies, iced, 5.
  4. Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, 5.
  5. Date Squares, 5.
  6. Christmas Squares, 5.
  7. Squares using Skor pieces, 5.
  8. Maple Fudge, no nuts, 5 pieces.
  9. Rocky Road Fudge, without nuts, 5 pieces.
  10. Chocolate Fudge, 5 pieces.
  11. Almond Bark, 5 pieces.
  12. Brittle, variety of your choice, 5 pieces.

 

CELEBRATE 160 YEAR OLD RECIPES

Prizes:  1st-$25.00, 2nd-$15.00, 3rd-$$10.00

  1. Carmel Layer Cake, filled, iced. Include recipe.
  2. Buttermilk Pie, include recipe.
  3. Old Fashioned Fruit Cake, 3 pieces.

 

SPECIALS

 

  1. SP A.A.S. SPECIAL- BUTTER TARTS

 

  1. Entry must be made solely by the person entering the competition (including the pastry)
  2. Competition is open to all exhibitors.
  3. Number of butter tarts to be shown- 5.
  4. Tarts must be full size (no mini or bite size tarts).
  5. No nuts or any other fruit- only raisins are to be included.
  6. Tarts must be on a clean paper plate inside of a clear plastic bag.

 

RECIPE MUST ACCOMPANY ENTRY.

Prizes: Local level: 1st-$10.00, 2nd-$8.00, 3rd-$5.00.

The winner is eligible to compete at the District #5 O.A.A.S. Competition to be held in October 2020. Caledon Agricultural Society will pay a further $5.00 upon competing at the District level. The winners of this district competition are eligible to compete at the provincial level in February 2023 at the OAAS Convention where the prizes will be 1st-$50.00, 2nd-$30.00 and 3rd-$20.00.

 

RETAINED BAKING SPECIALS

“RETAINED SPECIALS” ARE NOT COUNTED TOWARDS HIGH POINT AWARDS.

 

 

  1. SP ALAN MCMASTER RAISIN PIE RETAINED SPECIAL – 1st prize $15 – pie to be retained to be auctioned off following the opening ceremonies on Saturday. Proceeds are split 50/50 between Bethel House Inglewood and the Caledon Agricultural Society.  2nd prize $10, 3rd prize $5, both to be retained by sponsor.

 

 

  1. SP DOUBLE-CRUSTED PIE AUCTION SPECIAL-VARIETY OF YOUR CHOICE. Prizes: 1st-30.00, 2nd-$25.00, 3rd-20.00, 4th-$15.00 SPONSORED BY THE PINKNEY FAMILY. All pies will be retained by the Caledon Agricultural Society to be auctioned off following the opening ceremonies. Proceeds are split 50/50 between Bethel House Inglewood and the Local Chapter of M-S Society

 

COUNTRY FAIR BAKING CONTEST

Rules and Regulations

 

  1. All entrants into the contests must submit entries that were made using the sponsor’s product.
  2. A product label must accompany each entry, as proof of purchase. No photocopies.
  3. All entries will be judged on appearance, taste, texture and creativity of recipe and presentation. Decision of the fair judge(s) will be final.
  4. Winner’s name and address must be submitted with each entry.
  5. All entries must have recipe and proof of purchase accompany entry. All first place winners must submit recipe, proof of purchase, photograph and signed release form giving permission to the sponsors for use of the winner’s name, recipe and/or photograph in any other advertising or publicity without payment.
  6. NOTE: Eligibility- For National Recipe Contest. First place winners of Robin Hood Best Family Favourite Recipe and/or Crisco Family Favourite Recipe, with the submission of information form by the local fair will be entered in the national contest. The National Contest 1st prize is $100.00.
  7. Be sure to visit our Sponsor’s Websites for recipes and helpful baking hints. Fleischmann’s www.fleischmanns.ca, Robin Hood Flour robinhood.ca , Crisco www.criscocanada.com .

 

Sponsored by: SMUCKER FOODS OF CANADA- “FAMILY FAVOURITE RECIPE BAKING CONTESTS”

 

  1. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR BEST FAMILY FAVOURITE RECIPE BAKING CONTEST– Best Homemade Cake, your choice. Prizes: 1st-$25.00 Product Certificate, 2nd– $10.00 Product Certificate.
  2. CRISCO BEST FAMILY FAVOURITE RECIPE BAKING CONTEST– Best Favourite Tarts, 3

Prizes: 1st -$25.00 Product Certificate, 2nd-$10.00 Product Certificate.

 

CROSBY MOLASSES CO. LTD. SPECIALS

Rules:

  1. Cookies and/or cake must include a minimum of ¼ cup of molasses.
  2. To be judged on taste, texture and creative use of a recipe.
  3. Label from product container to be submitted with Cookies and/or Cake.
  4. NOTE: Eligibility- for National Contest:

First place winners of Crosby Molasses baking contests will be entered into a national contest. Submission of name and contact information of the winner, along with the recipe will be entered by the fair committee. The National Contest 1st prize is $150.00.

 

  1. Cookies made with Molasses- Best Spiced cookies, 5.

Prizes: 1st-$10.00, 2nd-$6.00, 3rd-$4.00.

  1. Cake made with Molasses- Best Gingerbread Cake (can be single layer iced or layer cake with filling and iced). Prizes: 1st– $12.00, 2nd-$8.00.

 

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Section 12 – Culinary Arts

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