CLASS 2: Culinary Arts

Chairperson: Dianna Lachapelle 613 851-1738

Rules and Regulations

See “Rules and Regulations of the N.L.A.S.”

Home Baking Tips for Exhibitors

⦁    No commercial pie filling allowed

⦁    Place all food on paper plates and cover with Zip-Loc bag.  Try to avoid using plastic wrap.

⦁    Please attach entry tags to the outside of the plastic bags

⦁    Pies and cakes can be removed on Friday afternoon after 1pm as a slice of each will be displayed instead of the whole exhibit after judging

⦁    Our theme is “Backyards and Barnyards” – please try to include this in your entries

BAKING SPECIALS

PRIZE MONEY FOR SECTION 1-3

1st $20; 2nd $15; 3rd $10

  1. Homecraft President’s Special:

“Morning Break” to be displayed on a tray. Minimum of 2 baked and/or unbaked items (nonperishable), 1 canned item and a handmade item.

  1. Lloyd and Dorothy Reid Memorial Special:

Queen Elizabeth Cake in an 8” or 9” square pan.  First prize winning entry to become property of the Sponsor.

Sponsored by The Reid Family, Almonte

  1. Cecil and Shirley Brydges Memorial Special:

Chocolate cake in an 8” or 9” square pan. Include recipe.

Sponsored by his twins, Donna (Rod Carpenter) and Dianna (Gilbert Lachapelle)

  1. Betty Renaud Memorial Special:

Sample of 3 different squares.  3 pieces each, displayed in a pretty way.

CARTERS SHOWS SPECIALS

See book and/or almontefair.ca in 2019

PRIZE MONEY FOR SECTIONS 6 to 35

(unless otherwise stated):

1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd 5

BREAD AND BUNS, AND MUFFINS

  1. Yeast Pizza Crust, 6”, cooked
  2. Banana Loaf, mini or one half loaves to be displayed
  3. White Dinner Rolls (3)
  4. Blueberry Muffins (3) no liners

SQUARES

  1. Date Squares (3)

COOKIES

  1. Oatmeal Raisin Cookies (3)
  2. Cookies made from a cake mix, include recipe (3)

CANDY

  1. Chocolate Fudge (3)
  2. Family Favourite Candy, include recipe (3)

TARTS AND PIE

*After judging exhibitor may pick up their pie entered, minus 1 piece, on the Friday of the fair. Please indicate if you will be picking up your pie or donating it to the NLAS.

  1. Pie Crust baked in a pan
  2. Raisin, whole pie
  3. Butter tarts (3)

CAKE

  1. White Cake, ½ cake
  2. Decorated Cupcakes, using theme (3), Only decorating to be judged.

MISCELLANEOUS

  1. Failure! Any baked item that didn’t turn out.

JUNIOR/ YOUTH

  1. OAAS Chocolate Chip Cookie Competion **see fair book 2019 for rules**

CHILDREN 7-10 YEARS

  1. No Bake Cookies (3)
  2. Best Trail Mix, 500 ml in Ziploc bag

CHILDREN 11-14 YEARS

  1. Decorated Rice Krispie Squares (3)
  2. Decorated Cupcake, using the fair theme. Only decoration to be judged.

YOUTH 15-18 YEARS

  1. Yeast Pizza, 6”, cooked, no meat.
  2. Decorated Cake, 1 layer, using fair theme. Only decoration to be judged.

HOME CANNING

Tips for exhibitors

⦁    Any size sealed jars will be accepted. Any jars not properly sealed will be disqualified.

⦁    NO WAX PLEASE.

⦁    New lids and rings a “MUST”.

⦁    Please fill jars to proper depth.

⦁    Fasten entry tag securely on each with an elastic or string

PRESERVES

  1. Salsa (mild)
  2. Sliced Peaches

PICKLES (do not use colour enhancements)

  1. Dill Beans Pickles
  2. Mixed Vegetable Pickles
  3. Beets Pickles

JAM AND JELLIES

  1. Mixed Fruit Jam
  2. Crab Apple Jelly
  3. Family Favourite Jam, identify

BERNARDIN HOME CANNING AWARDS

*participation of sponsor to be confirmed early 2019*

PRIZE MONEY FOR SECTIONS 36 and 37

1st 20 Gift Certificate;2nd $10;3rd $5

  1. Bernardin Jam/Jelly Award: Best low/no sugar jam using Bernardin Pectin, identify and note any special features
  1. Bernardin SNAP lid/Mason Jar Creative Craft Award: Decorative or functional homemade craft using a Bernardin mason jar(s) and/or 2-piece SNAP lid as selected by the judge

July 19, 20, 21 2019 Backyards and Barnyards