Domestic Baking, Specials and Preserves

​Class 30: Domestic Baking

Directors: Louise Moore 519-848-2770, Suzan Lennox & Darla Walsh

 

Rules & Regulations:

1. Rules will be strictly enforced

2. Entries must be securely ticketed and placed by 11:30 AM. Friday, September 6th, 2019.

3. All items to be in Clear Plastic Bags, NO saran wrap allowed.  NO staples. No warm baking.

4. Buns are baked together. Rolls baked separately

5. Loaves to be placed on a cardboard covered with foil.  Tins 9”x4”x3” are recommended for bread & loaves.

6. No cake mixes permitted. Cakes are to be taken out of pans & placed on cardboard with foil, size to be not more than 1” larger than item.

7. Cookies, muffins, tarts & tea biscuits to be on a suitable sized foil or paper plates.

8.  All pies to be baked in 8 ½” or larger plates

9.  Exhibits must be work of the exhibitor.

10. Please temper your new foil plates by baking at 425° for 15 minutes.

11.  New exhibitors, mark your entry tag N.E. (New Exhibitor) by your name on the flip tag.

12. Baking to be picked up on SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 8TH, 2019 at 4:30 PM.

 

Prize Money: $5.00; $4.00; $3.00 (unless otherwise stated)

 

Breads and Cakes

1. 1 loaf of white bread

2. 1 loaf of brown bread

3. 1 loaf of bread of your choice

4. 1 loaf of white bread made in a bread machine

5. Gumdrop Cake

P & H Milling Special

An exhibitor (who has shown before) in Sections 1-5 with the most points receives a bag of flour donated by P&H Milling Inc.

 

Cookies

6. Oatmeal cookies, (dropped), 5

7. Peanut butter cookies, 5

8. Smarty cookies, 5

9. Chocolate chip cookies, 5

10. Baked Coconut Macaroons, 5

11. Whipped shortbread cookies, 5

Muffins, Loafs, Biscuits

12. Blueberry muffins, 5, paper removed

13. Banana muffins, 5, papers removed

14. Bran muffins, 5, papers removed

15. Chocolate Chip Muffins, 5, papers removed

16. Cherry loaf, no nuts

17. Date & nut loaf

18. Pumpkin loaf

19. Lemon loaf

20. Banana & nut loaf

21. Zucchini loaf

22. Cranberry Loaf

P & H Milling Special

New exhibitor in Sections 6-22 with the most points receives a 10kg.bag of all-purpose flour donated by P&H Milling Inc.

 

P & H Milling Special

An exhibitor (who has shown before) in Sections 6-22 with the most points receives a bag of flour donated by P&H Milling Inc.

 

Pies, Tarts, Squares, Candy etc.

23. Apple pie, spiced, 2 crust

24. Blueberry pie, woven lattice top

25. Raisin Pie, 2 crust

26. Raspberry pie

27. Pecan pie

28. Coconut & Jam Tarts, 5

29. Butter tarts with raisins, 5

30. Brownies, with nuts, 5

31. Butter tart squares, 5

32. Date squares, 5

33. Chocolate fudge, 5 pieces

34. Maple fudge, 5 pieces

35. Carmel Popcorn (2 Cups)

36. Cornflake Squares, 5

37. Seven Layer Square, 5

38. Raspberry Square, 5

P & H Milling Special

New exhibitor in Sections 23-38 with the most points receives a 10kg.bag of all-purpose flour donated by P&H Milling Inc.

 

P & H Milling Special

An exhibitor (who has shown before) in Sections 23-38 with the most points receives a bag of flour donated by P&H Milling Inc.

 

 

For Men Only Section

39. Any Flavours - Muffins, 5, papers removed

40. Any Flavours – Pie (no cream pies)

41. Any Flavours - Cake (leave in pan)

P&H Milling Special

Exhibitor with the points in sections 39-41 receives a 10 kg of All Purpose Flour

Donated by P&H Milling Inc.

 

Other Baking Section
42. Mason Jar Baking Mix Gift – You choose your mix and provide the ingredients (Dry and Wet), Judging will be based on Jar Creativity and Appearance

Class 31 Domestic Specials

Directors: Louise Moore (519-848-2770); Suzan Lennox and Darla Walsh

1. "Show me your Best Square Recipes" Special – sponsored by McFadden Massage Therapy

5 Different Squares, on a fancy plate (2 of each kind)

1st   prize $15.00, 2nd prize $10.00, 3rd prize $5.00

2.  Robert Macdonald Special – Elderberry Pie

First place prize money donated by Robert Macdonald

1st prize - $20.00 (To become property of Robert)

2nd prize- $4.00. Arthur Agricultural Society

 

3. Ferris Farms Special – Cherry Pie with Lattice top

Prize Money $15.00 donated by Leanne and Chris Ferris

1st prize - $15.00 (pie to become property of Ferris’)

2nd prize - $5.00 Arthur Agricultural Society

 

4. P&H Milling Special – Cinnamon Raisin Bread

Cinnamon Raisin Bread made with a Bread Machine removed from pan. 

To be placed in clear plastic bag.

Prizes:

1st: 2 - 10 kg bags of Flour; 2nd: 1 - 10 kg bag of Flour

 

5.  Andy Reid Memorial Special – Sponsored by Gil Reid

Dark Fruit Cake – size 8”x8” approx.

Prizes: 1st $50.00; 2nd $30.00; 3rd $20.00

1st prize cake to become property of Gil Reid

 

 6. OAAS Butter Tart Competition 

Rules:

~ Entry must be made solely by the person entering competition. (including pastry)

~ No nuts; Raisins are allowed

~ Winner will compete in District 7 level competition in November.

~ The size of the tarts must be full size tarts. (no mini or bite size tarts)

~ A total of 5 tarts will be required to be shown on a clean paper plate inside of a clear

plastic bag.

Prizes

1st prize $5.00, 2nd $4.00; 3rd prize $3.00

 

7. Buggies & Butter Tart Trail – Wellington North Special

Butter tarts, with pecans or walnuts, 5

Prize donated by Twp. Of Wellington North

Prize: 1st: Prize Package from the Township of Well. North.

2nd: $3.00

3rd: $2.00

 

8. Bodz Family Special – Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Sponsored by: Jenny, Kyle, Blake & Jackson Bodz

1st - $15.00 (pie to become property of Jenny & Kyle), 2nd -$10.00, 3rd - $5.00

 

9. Arthur Agricultural Society Special – Decorated Cake to the theme of the fair

Decorated Cake (any flavor) using your creativity to the theme of the fair – “Mason Jars & Vintage Cars"

Prize: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00

 

10. In Memory of Jean Smith Special – Pecan Pie 

Sponsored by Louise & Bob Moore

Prize:   1st: 15.00 (pie to become property of Louise & Bob)

2nd: $5.00

 

Class 31: Domestic Specials: Country Fair Baking 2019

Sections 11 A-B

Rules & Regulations:

 

1. All entrants into the contest must submit entries that were made using the sponsor’s product.

2. A product label must accompany each entry, as proof of purchase.

3. All entries to be judged on appearance, texture and creativity of recipe and presentation.  Decision of the fair judge will be final.

4.  Winner’s name and address must be submitted with each entry.

5.  All first place winners must submit recipe, proof of purchase, photograph and signed release form giving permission to the sponsors to use the winner’s name, recipe and/or photograph in any other advertising or publicity without payment.

6.  Each fair must send to C.F.B. the signed release forms, recipes and photo of the first place winners along with a list of all the names and addresses for 2nd and 3rd place winners where applicable

7.  National contest prizes will be sent directly to the winner.

 

11 (A) Robin Hood Flour Family Favorite Recipe Baking Contest

Prize: 1st $25.00 Product certificate, 2nd $10.00 Product certificate

Recipe must include the use of one Robin Hood Product – proof must be attached to the entry tag

Best Homemade Cake Loaf.

~ Judging will be based on appearance, taste, and texture and recipe creativity.

First place winner at the Arthur Fair is eligible to enter the National Contest.  Submission of information is made by local fair convener and the prize for the National Contest winner is $100.00 gift certificate sponsored by Robin Hood Flour.

 

11 (B) Crisco Best Family Favorite Recipe Baking Contest

Prize: 1st $25.00 product certificate, 2nd $10.00 certificate

Recipe must include the use of one Crisco Product – proof must be attached to entry tag

Best Homemade Scones - (5).

~ Judging will be based on appearance, taste and texture and recipe (included) creativity.

First place winner at the Arthur Fair is eligible to enter the National Contest.  Submission of information is made by local fair convener and the prize for the National Contest winner is $100.00 gift certificate sponsored by Crisco

 

Be sure to visit our Sponsor’s Websites for recipes:

Robin Hood Flour – www.robinhood.ca

Crisco – www.criscocanada.com

Class 32: Domestic Preserves

Director: Mary Slater 519-848-6520 & Susan Shaw

Rules:

1. ALL ENTRIES MUST HAVE TAGS SECURELY ATTACHED BY STRING or ELASTIC.

2. Must be in jars not less than 8 oz (250 mL)

3. Jars not sealed will be disqualified.

4. No wax permitted

5. Articles to be picked up Sunday. September 8th at 4:30 PM 

​Prizes: 1st $5.00; 2nd $4.00; 3rd $3.00

 

Canned or preserved fruit:

1. Fruit cocktail, at least 3 fruits.

2. Cherries

3. Peaches

4. Applesauce

5. Strawberries, tame

6. Plums

7. Raspberries

8. Pears

Jams and Jellies:

To qualify for Bernardin Special, a proof of purchase must be attached.

9.  Black Currant jam

10. Black Currant jelly

11. Red Currant Jelly

12. Raspberry jam

13. Strawberry jam

14. Peach jam

15. Strawberry & Rhubarb jam

16. Peach Conserve

17. Cherry jam

18. Any other kind of jam; not named

19. Any other kind of jelly; not named

 

Diabetic Section:

20. Jam, uncooked freezer

21. Relish

22. Pickles

 

Miscellaneous (in pint jars)

23. Salad dressing, cooked

24. Corn Relish

25. Mustard Bean Pickle

26. Hot dog relish – no artificial colouring

27. Cold meat relish – no artificial colouring

28. Pickles, sweet

29. Pickles, cucumber, dill

30. Pickles, bread & butter

31. Pickles, whole beet

32. Chili sauce

33. Pickled Corn

34. Zucchini relish

35. Pickled eggs

36. Icicle Pickles

37. Dilled beans

38. Salsa, any type