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Domestic Science

Domestic Science

CLASS 30 

Chairperson: Marlene Lambie; Ariel Buchanan, Mae Clement, Fern Dumond, Peggy French, Liz Grummett, Ruth Lambie, Martha Leonard, Mae MacDonald, Brenda McCartney, Brenda Munshaw, Heather O’Neill, Sarah Parnell, Janine Peck, Carolyn Ritchie, June Ritchie, Karen Turner, Michelle Veenstra

 

PICK-UP RULES: All exhibits in the Hall to be left until 4:30 pm on Saturday, October 8, At 4:00 pm the adult home craft area will be closed to spectators as volunteers prepare articles/exhibits for pick-up. At 4:30 pm, ONLY exhibitors and/or their designates will be permitted into the Hall to gather entries. Proof of ownership may be required.

 

BERNARDIN SPECIAL

  1. All entrants into the contest must submit entries that were made using Bernardin product.
  1. Use of Bernardin Mason Jar/Snap lid must accompany each entry, as proof of purchase. Bernardin Jelly award requires Bernardin Pectin package or UPC as proof of purchase.
  1. All entries will be judged on appearance, texture, creativity of recipe and presentation. Copy of recipe must accompany each entry.

A. BERNARDIN AWARD: Featuring – Best Jelly using “Bernardin Pectin” (recipe of your choice) BERNARDIN PECTIN PACKAGE OR UPC MUST BE INCLUDED

PRIZES:

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

B.  SPECIAL FOR 2022 – BERNARDIN GIFT

PACK COMPETITION: Featuring the Theme

  • “Welcome to the Neighbourhood”

Prizes:

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

Entries must include no less than 3 (three) filled Bernardin mason jars (minimum 250 ml size) which must be sealed with Bernar- din Snap lids and be submitted in an appro- priate container, not necessarily a basket. Gift baskets may include additional items and must be decorated to reflect the theme (as stated above). Judges will select winner based on creativity, quality of home canned product (taste-tested) and appropriateness of presentation. www.bernardin.ca

C. MARTA HARRADINE-DUIVENVOORDEN SPECIAL – NEW SPONSOR: To honour

Greta Harradine, also in recognition of Queen Elizabeth’s Jubilee year. Featuring a “Queen Elizabeth Cake” up to 9” diameter, displayed on a pedestal cake plate. Decora- tions are expected. Recipe of your choice.

PRIZES: 1st – $50 | 2nd – $30 | 3rd – $20

D.  TURNVIEW FARMS HONEY – SPECIAL

– NEW SPONSOR: Featuring – 5 Honey Graham Crackers, (recipe of your choice)

PRIZES:

1st – $15 + Honey Product | 2nd – $10 + Honey Product | 3rd – $5 + Honey Product

E.  GEORGIAN BAKERY SPECIAL – NEW SPONSOR:

Whole Double Crust Pie using recipe of your choice.

PRIZES: 1st – $15 | 2nd – $10 | 3rd – $5

  1. ELMVALE BAKERY SPECIAL: Featuring
  • Loaf of “Potato Bread”, include recipe of choice but must be a yeast Please display attractively.

PRIZES: 1st – $15 | 2nd – $10 | 3rd – $5

G.  CORONATION MASONIC LODGE SPECIAL: Chocolate layer cake, iced or frosted

PRIZES: 1st – $15 | 2nd – $10 | 3rd – $5

 

H. SPECIAL – NEW SPONSOR – Katie Lewis

of “NAKED CAKE”: Featuring – 5 GINGER MOLASSES Cookies using recipe provided below, attractively presented on a plate

PRIZES: 1st – $25 | 2nd – $15 | 3rd – $10

 

GINGER MOLASSES COOKIES RECIPE

by Katie Lewis

(yield is 1 dozen)

 

1/2 cup unsalted butter

1/2 cup dark brown sugar

1/4 cup sugar

1 large egg

1/3 cup molasses

1 Tablespoon vanilla

2 cups all-purpose flour

2 tsp. cinnamon

1 tsp. ginger

1 tsp. ground cloves

pinch of salt

1 tsp cornstarch

1 tsp. baking soda

1/2 tsp. cream of tartar

 

Cinnamon sugar for rolling:

1/4 cup sugar

1 tsp. cinnamon

 

Cream butter and sugars.

Add molasses, egg and vanilla and mix well.

Mix in dry ingredients.

Refrigerate dough for at least 3 hours.

Remove dough, form into balls and roll in cinnamon sugar.

Bake at 350 deg. oven for 8-9 mins.

 

 

  1. I. “FOR MEN ONLY” SPECIAL

Featuring: 5 Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

(recipe of your choice)

1st – $10.00, 2nd – $8.00, 3rd – $5.00

 

DOMESTIC SCIENCE

Prize money:  Sections 1 – 27: 1st – $6.00, 2nd – $5.00, 3rd – $4.00

 

PRIZE MONEY SPONSORED IN PART BY JMC STONEWORKS LTD. – NEW SPONSOR

 

ALL ENTRIES MUST BE MADE FROM SCRATCH

**PLEASE ATTACH ENTRY TAGS TO PLATES, NOT TO THE BAG (COVER)

YEAST

(Rolls are individual – Buns are attached)

  1. Loaf of Homemade White Bread
  2. Loaf of 60% Whole Wheat Bread
  3. Loaf of Focaccia Bread, made in a bread machine
  4. Basket of 5 Rolls

 

Please display following classes on 6” (maximum) plates, in re-sealable bags if possible to maintain freshness.

 

MUFFINS – Paper cups removed

  1. 3 Blueberry Muffins
  2. 3 Fruit Explosion Muffins

 

PIES & TARTS

  1. 6 Butter Tarts, no nuts, raisins or

fruit, homemade including the pastry.

**Winner of section 7 is eligible to enter

District Competition in late October, and

if successful they will go on to compete at

OAAS Provincial Convention in 2023.

– Prov. Prize Money: 1st – $50.00,

2nd – $30.00, 3rd – $20.00

1st to 3rd prize tarts at convention are

auctioned off and not returned to winners.

REQUIREMENTS for Section 7 – Size of tarts

must be full size (no mini). No nuts, raisins

or fruit. Place on clean, sturdy plate (no

paper plates) inside a clear plastic bag with

exhibitor’s name on entry tag provided.

(6 tarts required for District and Provincial

c o m petition)

  1. 4 Tarts, 2 ea. of 2 varieties, not Butter Tart
  2. Pumpkin Pie, 4” wedge
  3. Bumbleberry Pie, 4” wedge

 

CAKES & COOKIES

  1. 3 Cupcakes, decorated “Birthday”

theme

  1. 3” Square Piece of Apple Coffee Cake
  2. 1/2 Zucchini Loaf
  3. 3 Gluten-Free Apple Cinnamon Muffins
  4. 5 Brownies, Un-iced
  5. 5 Baked Squares, 1 variety
  6. 5 Gingersnap Cookies
  7. 5 Baked Cookies made with Breakfast Cereal, Labelled
  8. Dark Fruit Cake, Un-iced, 3 slices
  9. Light Fruit Cake, Un-iced, 3 slices

 

MISCELLANEOUS

  1. 5 Cheese Tea biscuits
  2. 3 Pieces Sponge Toffee
  3. 5 Pieces of Maple Fudge
  4. 5 Homemade Truffles
  5. Favourite Snack, Homemade, gluten free
  6. 3 “7-UP” Buns
  7. Loaf of Sour Dough Bread

 

CANNED GOODS & PRESERVES,

PICKLES, JAMS & JELLIES

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING RULES

Jars must not be sealed with wax.

Must use “New” Seals.

Any jar with a rusty lid will automatically be disqualified.

Must be shown in jars with 2-piece metal sealing lids – With exception of classes #55 & 56

All jars entered for competition will be opened for judging.

No fancy material or labels unless specified.

All entries may be in 500 ml size or smaller jars, with the exception

of those noted below in bold, which must

be in 500 ml containers.

Incorrect size jars will not be judged.

Prize money Sections 28 – 56:  1st -$6.00, 2nd – $5.00, 3rd – $4.00

 

CANNED FRUITS – note jar sizes

  1. Canned Fruit, “Open Class” – kind not already listed (500 ml jar)
  1. Pears (500 ml jar)
  2. Peaches (500 ml jar)
  3. Canned Whole Tomatoes (500 ml jar)
  4. Fruit cocktail, min. 3 fruits (500 ml jar)
  5. Unusual Canned Fruit, Labelled (500 ml jar or smaller)
  6. Salsa (500 ml jar or smaller)

 

PICKLES & CANNED VEGETABLES

– 500 ml jar or smaller

  1. Sweet Pickles
  2. Pickled Vegetables
  3. Chutney, Sweet or Sour
  4. Cucumber Relish
  5. Relish, no Cucumber
  6. Dill Cucumbers
  7. Cranberry Sauce
  8. Pickled Beets
  9. Spaghetti Sauce, Meatless
  10. Bread & Butter Pickles
  11. Chili Sauce

Barrie Hill Farms logo

This section sponsored by BARRIE HILL FARMS – New Sponsor 

 JAMS & JELLIES

– 500 ml jar or smaller

  1. Grape Jelly
  2. Wine Jelly
  3. “Open Class” Jelly, Labelled, 1 variety,

not already listed

  1. Raspberry Jam
  2. Strawberry Jam
  3. Mixed Fruit Jam, Labelled
  4. Peach Jam, Cooked
  5. “Open Class” Cooked Jam, Labelled,

one variety not already listed

  1. Savoury Jam, Labelled

(#55 & #56 do not have to be in sealed jars)

  1. Strawberry Jam, Freezer
  2. Raspberry Jam, Freezer

 

 

 

NEW EXHIBITOR AWARD

To the NEW Exhibitor with the most points

in Sections A thru 56, inclusive – $10.00

2019 NEW EXHIBITOR AWARD Winner:  HEATHER GREENLY

 

SPECIAL: PINERITCH FUR FARM LTD. – NEW SPONSOR

Most prize winning points in all Specials &

Classes in Domestic Science section

Special #A to 56 – Plaque

2019 KEN TRUAX CONSTRUCTION (Former Sponsor)

Winners: PEGGY FRENCH & CAROLINE HENDERSON

 

  • HOW TO EXHIBIT AT

THE FAIR •

  1. Obtain a prize book and entry form.
  2. Carefully read the Rules and Regulations of the

Fair, and the Classes of interest to you.

  1. Fill out the entry form completely, listing the items

to correspond with the prize list. Securely attach

an entry tag to each item. Each article must have

an entry tag securely attached to it. The Exhibitor’s

number, once assigned to you, is yours indefinitely.

New Exhibitors can obtain their number prior to

the Fair or when you bring your exhibits. The completed

form must be left with the Secretary in the

office at the time of entry.

  1. Exhibits must be brought to the Arena on

Wednesday, Oct. 5th, 2022 between 4 p.m. & 9 p.m.

  1. Items must be picked up Saturday, Oct. 8th, 2022

between 4:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.

How to Enter a Competition

Competition Rules

General Rules and Regulation

Each exhibitor, upon arriving on the grounds, must apply to the Committee in charge, who will inform the exhibitor where the animals or articles are to be placed.