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OPEN HOME ARTS Division OCHE

Entries should be entered into Fair Entry by July 24, 2020 if at all possible. Help is available for those needing assistance making entries at info@piercecountyfair.com Be sure to clearly enter item description.

Sponsored by King-Pierce Family & Community Educators

General Rules and Regulations

  1. All exhibits must be property of the person exhibiting and completed within the last two (2) years. Exhibits cannot be shown more than once at the Pierce County Fair.
  2. Judging will be done by the Danish System. Ribbons: First place- Blue; Second place- Red; Third place- White.
  3. Youth division is 18 years and under. Adult division is over 18 years of age.å
  4. EXHIBITORS ARE LIMITED TO UP TO FOUR (4) PER LOT, UNLESS SPECIFIED.
  5. No multiples of any one item or more than one of the same item regardless of class/lot. Example: One pair of slippers, not 3 pairs in 3 colors of the same pattern in different sizes, 3 jars of fruit or vegetables (all different fruits or vegetables).
  6. For information, Call (253) 847-4754 or email: info@piercecountyfair.com

Open Baking –Division OCHE/Department OB

Adult – OBA & Youth – OBY

Superintendents: Judy Hoban & Laura Mendoza

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General Information:

1. Ribbons and Premiums awarded for this class:

2. Baking Guidelines- Basis for judging will be EM4748, “Guidelines to Evaluating the Quality of Baked and Canned Produce”.

3. Each entry must be prepared by one individual. Group baking is not acceptable except Child/Parent Team entries.

4. RECIPES MUST ACCOMPANY ALL PRODUCTS (may be submitted as a photo or document)

5. Maximum number of entries: two per lot.

PLEASE REFER TO VIRTUAL FAIR TIPS BELOW FOR THE REQUIREMENTS & TIPS FOR PHOTOGRAPHING ENTRIES FOR FAIR SUBMISSION INTO FAIR ENTRY

Class:

2160. Yeast Breads (2/3 loaf)

Lot:

  1. White Bread
  2. Whole wheat, graham or other grains bread
  3. Fruit or nut bread
  4. Cinnamon rolls (3)
  5. Any other bread or specialty bread, such as tea rings, butterfly rolls, etc. (3)
  6. Sourdough Bread

Class:

2161. Yeast Breads – Machine only (2/3 loaf)

Lot:

  1. White Bread
  2. Whole wheat, graham or other grains bread
  3. Fruit or nut bread
  4. Cinnamon rolls (3)
  5. Any other bread or specialty bread, such as tea rings, butterfly rolls, etc. (3)
  6. Sourdough Bread

Class:

2162. Quick Breads (2/3 loaf or cake) No Muffins

Lot:

  1. Fruit
  2. Nut
  3. Vegetable
  4. Corn
  5. Coffee Cake
  6. Quick Mixes: Missouri Mix (No Muffins)
  7. Biscuits (3)

8. Scones

Class:

2163. Muffins (3)

Lot:

  1. Fruit
  2. Nut
  3. Vegetable
  4. Corn
  5. Spice

Class:

2164. Cookies (3)

Lot:

  1. Rolled
  2. Bar
  3. Drop
  4. Non-cooked
  5. Biscotti
  6. Chocolate Chip Change-up

Start with the recipe on the back of a chocolate chips package. Change it up to make it your own (like add/change ingredients, change cookie shape, etc). Then display your cookies in a creative manner (like serving plate, extra decorations, etc). In addition to being judged like other cookies, they will also be judged on creativity. You must include the original package recipe and your new recipe with the changes.

Points Allowed: Blue 15; Red 10; White 5

Class:

2169. Child/ Parent Team Cookie Contest. - Any Adult and child may enter any lot from class 2164. Children must be between 4 and 8 years of age. On a 3x5 card, explain what the child did to help with the cookies. Include Child’s name and age. A parent may enter up to three entries with different children. All must be different recipes. (3 cookies)

Class:

2165. Cakes (No Mixes) Exhibit 2/3 cake

Lot:

  1. Layer
  2. Sheet
  3. Iced
  4. Bundt
  5. Angel
  6. Sponge
  7. Cupcakes- enter 3 cupcakes

  1. Brownies - enter 3 brownies
  2. Cake Pops- enter 3 cake pops

Class:

  1. Decoration- Decorations judged only. May use Styrofoam base.

Lot:

  1. Cake - enter entire cake
  2. Cupcake - 3-4 cupcakes per entry

Class:

2167. Candy-(3 pieces)

Lot:

  1. Cooked
  2. Uncooked
  3. Molded

Class:

2168. Fruit Pies/Tarts

Lot:

  1. Pie (enter whole pie)
  2. Tarts (enter 3 tarts)

Points Allowed: Blue 15; Red 10; White 5

Below are the Photography Rules for submitting entries, along with some tips:

Class(s)

Lot(s)

Project

Required Exhibit Photos

Suggestions for photographing

2160 2161 2162

all lots

all breads

1) entire loaf on a plate/tray

2) loaf cut in half, include any crumbs 3) complete recipe

Do an angled view of complete loaf for photo #1. Keep both halves of loaf and crumbs on the plate after cutting and center of bread facing forward for photo #2

2163

all lots

muffins

1) three muffins on a plate

2) one muffin cut in half, one half upright with cut side showing, one half laying on side with bottom showing, include any crumbs

3) complete recipe

All paper linings must be removed before photographing Keep both halves of muffin and crumbs on the same plate after cutting for photo #2. Must have one half laying on its side with bottom showing.

2164

all lots

cookies

1) three cookies on a plate

2) three cookies upside down on plate 3) one cookie cut/broken in half including crumbs

4) complete recipe (both recipes for lot 6)

Keep both halves of cookie and crumbs on the same plate after cutting/breaking for photo #3

For Lot 6 Chocolate Chip Change-up must have a photo of the chocolate chips package recipe and your recipe with changes. Display cookies in a creative way. Judging will include points for creativity in recipe changes and serving display.

2165

1,3,4,5,6

cakes (except sheet cakes)

1) entire cake on a serving plate

2) cake with one slice removed, include crumbs in photo

3) slice of cake laying on side

4) complete recipe

photograph cake at an angle, so top and side are both visible

2165

2

sheet cake

1) entire cake in pan

2) one corner piece and one center piece on same plate

3) complete recipe

Corner must be facing forward in photo #2

2165

7

cupcakes

1) three cupcakes on a plate

2) one muffin cut in half, one half upright with cut side showing, one half laying on side with bottom showing, include any crumbs

3) complete recipe

All paper linings must be removed before photographing Keep both halves of cupcake and crumbs on the same plate after cutting for photo #2. Must have one half laying on its side with bottom showing.

2165

8

brownies

1) three brownies on a plate

2) one brownie cut in half, include crumbs in photo

3) complete recipe

Keep both halves of brownie and crumbs on same plate after cutting for photo #2

2165

9

cake pops

1) three cake pops on a plate

2) one cake pop cut in half, include crumbs in photo

3) complete recipe

Keep both halves of cake pop and crumbs on same plate after cutting for photo #2

2166

1

decorated cake

Four photos - top, front, back, side

If each side view is unique, then add a fifth photo, so both sides are photographed

2166

2

decorated cupcakes

1) three cupcakes together top view 2) front of three cupcakes in a row

3) back of three cupcakes in a row

Use same three cupcakes in all photos

2167

all lots

candy

1) three candies on a plate

2) same three candies upside down

3) one candy cut in half showing inside

When showing cut candy, leave both halves and any crumbs or broken pieces on the plate for photo #3

2168

1

fruit pies

1) entire pie

2) pie with one slice removed

3) slice of pie on a plate

4) complete recipe

Don't remove any loose crumbs or juice after cutting pie

2169

no lot

Child/Parent Team Cookie Contest

1) three cookies on a plate

2) three cookies upside down on plate

3) one cookie cut/broken in half including crumbs

4) complete recipe

5) optional action photos/video

Keep both half of cookies and crumbs on the same plate after cutting/breaking for photo #3 We also encourage a a couple of photos or a link to a short video of child mixing/baking cookies

All Lots

3x5 Card or recipe

Take a picture, scan or upload as a document

NOTE: Recipe may be downloaded as a document instead of photo

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