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Junior Baked Foods & Confections lz)cal Show To Include Lassen County. All Local Rules and State Rules apply to this Home Arts Entire oepartmer Jr./Sr. High Baked Foods and Confections Guidelines: Limited to exhibitors under 17 years of age as of 111101 - age of exhibitor must appear on entry form. All entries in this department must be home prepared by the exhibitor and from scratch unless otherwise noted. No substitutions may be made. After the baked foods have been judged, a representative size or amount will be placed on display. Remainder of judged entries will be donated to volunteers and Fair staff unless so specified upon entry. Items not picked up by 8/14/01 will be disposed of unless otherwise approved, All food items (except pies) MUST be brought in on a disposable container or disposabla plate. Include name on bottom of container. Plates should be approximately 9 inches in diameter. Please note quantity requirements at the heading of each division Entries Close: Monday 23-Jul 5:00 PM] Exhibits Received: Wednesday 08-Aug 8AM-10:0OAM ] Judging: Wednesday 08-Aug 11:00 AM[ Exhibits Released: Sunday 12-Aug - 8:00 PM[ Entry Limit: 2 Entries per Exhibitor per Class I Entry Fee: $1.00 per EntTy per class J premiums 0ffQred Per Cias~ ] 1 st 2rid 3rd $5 $4 $3 American System of Judging DIVISION: 440 BISCUITS AND ROLLS 1/2 Dozen Class 1 Baking Powder Biscuits - Plain 2. Yeast Rolls 3 Any others not listed " D~/~SJON: Class 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. DIVISION: Class 1. 2. 444 COOKIES 1/2 Dozen Bar Cooki~ - Any Brownies Chocolate Chip Cookies Chocolate Chip Cochin with I No-Bake Cookies Other Drop cookies Peanut Butter Cookies Rolled Cookies - Any Any others not I~ted 446 CUPCAKES 1/2 Dozen Cupcakes - Any Muffins - Any DIVISION: 446 DECORATED Note: Cake Mix permitted. Styrofoam used, provided the shape is one which could De I achieved by baking Judged on decorations Class 1. Decorated Cake- Birthday; Showe, Etc. 2. Fair Theme Cake- 3. Decorated Cupcakes - Any 4. Any other decorated item will present to the winner of BEST OF SHOW one set of Wilton Books. Finst Plaoe Winner of Division 446 will receive one "Wilton yead3O~ of Cake Decorating." One DIVISION: 441BREADS 1/2 Loaf, plus 1 Slice Class 1. Banana or Banana Nut Bread 2 Corn Bread 3. White Bread 4 Any others not listed DIVISION: 442 BUNDT, LOAF AND POUND CAKES 1/2 Cake plus 1 Slice -- May or may not be frosted Class 1 Any Special Contest The Best Fun inthe Sun Fruit Cookie Contest Bring 6 of your best fruit cookies to the Home Arts Building Wednesday August 8~, between 8:00 AM and 10:00 AM. Rosettes will be awarded for the 1 ,t place to 5th place winners. Don't stop there, go ahead and also enter into the other cookie class .......... (YOU will need 2 sets of cookies properly labeled for the special contest and regular class.) i j DIVISION: 447 PIES One - 6" Pie Class 1. One-Crust Pie - Any 2. Two-Crust Pie - Any DMSlON: 448 ~E~ 1/2 Pound or 6 Pieces Class I. Confection novelties 2. Fudges 3. Any other cortfection nat I~~1 Entries for all Balied foods & Confections Close, Monday, July 23, 2ool "- 42