SECTION 40 - ADULT HOME BAKING

 

RULES:  All baking must be the work of the exhibitor.  No mixes are to be used unless specified.  No purchased pie filler or pastry.  All baking must be that of amateurs, no professionals.  Those who hold a vendor’s permit and sell their products are ineligible to enter.

Co-Convenors:  Lindsay Bebbington 905-877-8692

                                Katie Christie                                                                   

Associates: Cynthia Crawford-Tijssen & Mark Tijssen

YEAST BREAD & BUNS

Note: All breads, rolls and quick breads must be placed in clear plastic bags with twist tie or zip lock to close. Entry tags must be firmly attached to the outside of the bags.

Prize Money: Classes 1 to 3 – 1st - $8.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00

                         Class 4 – 1st - $8.00, 2nd - $4.00

Class:

  1. 60% Loaf Whole Wheat Bread – one (1) full loaf – attach recipe. Minimum size 8” x 4” x 2 ½ “ (20 cm x 10 cm x 7 cm) top of the pan. Maximum size 9” x 5” x 3” (23 cm x 13 cm x 7.5 cm) top of the pan.
  2. Bread, white – (entire crust) – one (1) loaf (yeast) not made in a bread machine.
  3. 100% Whole Wheat Bread – one (1) loaf. Made in a bread machine.
  4. Cheese Buns six (6) Sponsored by Lois Richardson . 1st prize to be hers

CAKES & DESSERTS

Cakes are to be removed from pans, and displayed on foil covered boards unless stated otherwise. Pan sizes are approx. size. NO MIXES allowed! Must be in zip lock or twist tie bags or covered in saran wrap. Attached entry tag to outside of bag or cardboard.

Prize Money:

Class 5 to 7 – 1st - $8.00, 2nd - $4.00

Class:

5. Carrot Cake with cream cheese icing 8” or 9” square pan. Sponsored by Trish Thompson. 1st prize to be hers.

6. Apple Crisp in a 9” foil pan. Sponsored by Donna/John LaRose. 1st prize to be theirs.

7. Six (6) Cupcakes Decorated with the 2019 Fair Theme “Family Ties & Homemade Pies” on a sturdy plate. Decoration only to be judged. Sponsored by Brenda Bebbington. 1st prize to be hers.

COOKIES & SQUARES

Suitable container means – box, tin, or sturdy plate.   Place in a clear plastic bag and tie with a twist tie or zip lock bag & attach entry tag to outside of bag.

 

Prize Money:

Classes 8 to 25 --   1st - $8.00, 2nd - $4.00

8. Peanut Butter cookies – Eighteen (18) cookies – in a suitable container. Sponsored by The Dusk Team. 1st prize to be theirs

9. Oatmeal & raisin cookies – Eighteen (18) cookies – in suitable container. – Sponsored by Norm Martin Sales– 1st prize to be his.

10. Shortbread Cookies – Eighteen (18) cookies – in a suitable container. Sponsored by The Dusk Team – 1st prize to be theirs

11. Empire Cookies – Eighteen (18) cookies – in a suitable container – Sponsored by Lindsay Bebbington- 1st prize to be hers

12. .Haystack Cookies – Eighteen (18) cookies – in a suitable container – Sponsored by Jessica Stevens. – 1st prize to be hers.

13. Shortbread Cookies made with brown sugar – Eighteen (18) cookies in a suitable container – Attach recipe to plate (or in envelope) – Sponsored by Joanne Currie – 1st prize to be hers.

14. Coconut Cookies – Eighteen (18) cookies – in a suitable container – Sponsored by Trish Thompson – 1st prize to be hers.

15. Sugar Cookies decorated with the 2019 Fair Theme “Family Ties & Homemade Pies” – Eighteen (18) cookies in a suitable container – Sponsored by Brenda Bebbington. 1st prize to be hers.

16. Lemon Squares – in an 8” or 9” foil pan   Sponsored by Dr. Rick 1st prize to be his.

17. Peanut Butter Squares (no marshmallows) – in an 8” or 9” pan. Sponsored by Jessica Stevens. 1st prize to be hers.

18. Date Squares – in 8” or 9” foil pan. Sponsored by Joanne Currie. 1st prize to be hers.

19. Brownies with nuts, iced – in an 8” or 9” foil pan. Sponsored by Megan Ruetz. 1st prize to be hers.

20.  Squares using Skor Bar Pieces – in an 8” or 9” foil pan. Sponsored by Trish Thompson. 1st prize to be hers.

21. Baked Squares with nuts – in an 8” or 9” foil pan. Sponsored by Joy Hamilton. 1st prize to be his.

22. Squares using Chocolate and Gay Lea Butter in an 8” or 9” foil pan.  Butter wrapper and recipe (may be in envelope) to be attached to plate or entry tag.  Sponsored by Oliver Ruetz. 1st prize to be his.

23. Squares any kind using Gay Lea Butter in an 8” or 9” foil pan. Butter wrapper and recipe (may be in an envelope) to be attached to Pan or entry tag. Sponsored by Aaron Ruetz. 1st prize to be his.

24. Butter Tart Squares – in an 8” or 9” pan. Sponsored by Donna & John La Rose. 1st prize to be theirs.

25. Christmas Squares – in a 8” or 9” foil pan. Sponsored by Joanne Currie. 1st prize to be hers.

TARTS & PIES

 Pies in foil plates approximately 9” size. NO commercial pie fillings to be used. Please season plates by rubbing both sides with cooking oil. Bake at 350 degrees F for 15 minutes. NO warm pies please. Place in zip lock or twist tie bag & attach entry tag to outside of bag.

               

Prize Money: Classes 26 to 37 – 1st - $8.00 , 2nd - $4.00

 26. Butter Tarts, with nuts – Twelve (12) medium in a suitable container. Sponsored by Dave Currie. 1st prize to be his.

27. Butter Tarts, with raisins – Twelve (12) medium in a suitable container. Sponsored by Matthew Bebbington. 1st prize to be his.

28. Butter Tarts, plain (no raisins or nuts) – Twelve (12) medium in a suitable container. Sponsored by Dorothy Crawford. 1st prize to be hers. Winner of class 28 is eligible to enter the OAAS District 5 Butter Tarts Competition. Complete District & Provincial Competition Rules listed at the end of the Adult Baking secton.

29. Raisin Pie – 9” lattice crust. Sponsored by Dr. Rick Thompson. 1st prize to be his.

30. Red cherry Pie – 9” double crust. Sponsored by Harold Spratt. 1st prize to be his.

31. Raspberry Pie – 9” double crust. Sponsored by Tim Armstrong. 1st prize to be his.

32. Apple Pie – double crust made with two types of apples. Sponsored by Dr. Rick Thompson. 1st prize to be his.

33. Apple Pie – 9” double crust made with brown sugar & fresh apples. Sponsored by Dave Sorensen. 1st prize to be his.

34. Dutch Apple Pie – 9” Sponsored by Matthew Stevens – 1st prize to be his.

35. Strawberry Rhubarb Pie – 9” double crust.   Sponsored by Dr. Rick Thompson. 1st prize to be his.

36. Pecan Pie – 9”. Sponsored by Paul Bebbington. 1st prize to be his.

37. Blueberry Pie – 9” double crust. Sponsored by Donna & John LaRose. 1st prize to be theirs.

MUFFINS & BISCUITS & QUICK BREADS

(Muffins – no paper baking cups or mixes allowed) Classes 39 to 41 please place on small sturdy paper plate and place in zip lock or twist tie bag with entry tag attached to outside of bag. Classes 42 to 46 on a larger sturdy paper or covered cardboard.

Prize Money:

Classes 38 to 39 – 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00

Classes 40 to 42 – 1st - $8.00 2nd - $4.00

Classes 43 to 44 – 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00

Class:

38. Pumpkin Spice Muffins – three (3)

39. Banana Muffins – three (3)

40. Tea Biscuits – Plain – Six (6) – in suitable container. Sponsored by Lois Richardson. 1st prize to be hers.

41. Large Pumpkin Loaf – Whole loaf. Sponsored by Neil Whitmore. 1st prize to be his.

42. Large Banana Bread – Whole loaf. Sponsored by Matthew Stevens. 1st prize to be his.

43. Chocolate Zucchini Bread – ½ loaf

44. Lemon loaf with glaze – ½ loaf

CANDY

Prize Money:

Classes 45 to 53 – 1st - $8.00, 2nd - $4.00

45. Almond Bark – One (1) batch – broken into pieces & contained in a suitable container. Sponsored by Neil Whitmore. 1st prize to be his.

46. Maple Cream Fudge (no nuts) – One (1) batch in pan. Sponsored by Paul Bebbington. 1st prize to be his.

47. Maple Cream Fudge (with walnuts) – One (1) batch in pan. Sponsored by Dave Currie. 1st prize to be his.

48. Maple Cream Fudge (with pecan nuts, made with brown sugar) – One (1) batch in pan. Sponsored by Cynthia Crawford. 1st prize to be hers.

49. Chocolate Fudge (no nuts, no evaporated milk or sweetened condensed milk) – One (1) batch in pan. Sponsored by Dave Currie. 1st prize to be his.

50. Chocolate Fudge (with walnuts) – One (1) batch in pan. Sponsored by Donna & John LaRose) 1st prize to be theirs

51. Rocky Road fudge – One (1) batch in pan. Sponsored by Dave Woodworth. 1st prize to be his.

52. Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge – One (1) batch in a pan. Sponsored by Dave Woodworth. 1st prize to be his.

53. Vanilla fudge – One (1) batch (may use recipe below). Sponsored by Marlene Spies. 1st prize to be hers.

Vanilla Fudge Recipe

1 can condensed milk (sweetened, not evaporated milk - Eagle Brand Full Cream )

1 cup milk, measured in empty condensed milk can

4 cups white sugar

1 cup butter or margarine (Imperial margarine, 2 squares) 

5 ml /1 tsp vanilla essence

Pinch of salt

 Method: Using a thick-bottomed pot. Melt margarine or butter, add condensed milk and stir over medium heat. Add sugar and salt, stir to incorporate. Keep stirring regularly to avoid scorching. Bring ot a fast boil. Watch and keep stirring for another 20-25 minutes or until the mixture takes on a deeper caramel colour. If using a sugar thermometer, take to "soft ball" stage. If not using a sugar thermometer drop some mixture into a bowl with cold water. If you can form a soft ball with your fingers, remove from heat and add vanilla. Beat with a wooden spoon or mixer for 5 minutes, or until the mixture turns "dull" on top. Pour into greased jelly roll pan or cookie sheet with sides. Score with a knife on top and aloow to cool completely before cutting into squares. 

SPECIALS

  1. Special: To the Exhibitor winning the most points in Section 40. Classes 1 to 53.    1st prize -- gift card
  2. Special: To the New Exhibitor winning the most points in Section 40, classes 1 to 53.   1st prize – gift card

COUNTRY BAKE OFF CONTEST

C. Special Robin Hood Family Favourite Recipe Baking Contest: Best Homemade Chocolate Chip Muffins -three (3). (attach proof of purchase label of at least one Robin Hood product and recipe to entry tag). 1st prize - $25.00 product certificate, 2nd prize - $10.00 product certificate

D.Robin Hood Family “Best Lunchbox Snack” Contest – Best family homemade brownies with no nuts - three(3).   (attach proof of purchase label of at least one Robin Hood product and recipe to entry tag)   1st prize - $25.00 product certificate, 2nd prize - $10.00 product certificate.

E.Crisco Family Favourite Recipe Baking Contest – Best homemade Lemon tarts –three (3) (Attach proof of purchase label of at least one Crisco product and recipe to entry tag) 1st prize -- $25.00 product certificate, 2nd prize - $10.00 product certificate.

Note: All entries in the above specials will be judged on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity.

Winners of Classes C to E. -   A photo will be taken of the winner for the sponsor's benefit. First place winners of Special C to E are eligible to have their name entered in the appropriate Robin Hood or Crisco National contest. If you wish to enter the national contest, then you must sign a submission of declaration form and submit your recipe to the convenor.   1st prize at the National level is $200.00.

Be sure to visit our Sponsors Websites for recipes and helpful baking hints:

Robin Hood www.robinhood.ca                             

Crisco www.criscocanada.com

 

OAAS Butter Tart Competition (no fruit, no nuts, no raisins, no pecans) –

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

2. Competition is open to all exhibitors.

3. Number of butter tarts to be shown at local Fair/Exhibition to be determined by each individual Fair/Exhibition.

4. District/Provincial Competition Rules must be posted in the prize book of each local Fair/Exhibition. –

District Competition

5. The entrant must have won the butter tart competition at the local Fair/Exhibition to be eligible to enter the District Competition.

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

7. A total of 6 tarts will be required to be shown

8. Tarts must not contain fruit or nuts (ie., no raisins, no pecans)

9. Tarts must be on a clean, sturdy plate (no paper plates) inside of a clear plastic bag with the exhibitor’s name and address using the entry tag provided. –

10. Prize money to be paid by the District.

Provincial Competition

11. The entrant must have won the District Competition to be eligible to enter the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Competition at the convention.

12. In the case where the District winner is unable to send an entry to the convention then the 2nd prize district winner will be eligible to enter.

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

14. A total of 6 tarts will be required to be shown.

15. Tarts must not contain fruit or nuts (ie., no raisins, no pecans)

16. Tarts must be on a clean, sturdy plate (no paper plates) inside of a clear plastic bag with the exhibitor’s name, address, and District represented using the entry tag provided.

17. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place entries will not be returned to exhibitor but will be placed for auction at the convention.

Provincial Prize Money – 1st $50.00 2nd - $30.00 3rd - $20.00, donated by Gay Lea Foods Co-Operative