This year’s theme for the 165th Sutton Fair & Horse Show is “Cowboy Boots and Country Roots”.

Culinary Arts

CLASSES 110 to 133 – CULINARY ARTS

CULINARY ARTS

CHAIRPERSON:         Regina Riddell    (905) 722-3316, Cortney Kay 905-251-2981

COMMITTEE:              Carole Lockie, Fran Lawson, Linda Traviss, Joan Etherington, Megan Facecchia

 

The General Rules of the Sutton Agricultural Society shall apply.

ADDITIONAL RULES:

  1. Cookies, tarts, squares, candies and muffins are to be exhibited on small 6” chinette-type plates contained in plastic bags, zip bags preferred. No plastic wrap or tape. Bars should be 1 1/2 x 1” and Squares 1 1/2 x 1 1/2”

***SUGGESTION:  To protect iced and decorated cupcakes from damage, they could be shown in clamshell containers which were used for berries and small cakes, or other clear takeout containers.

  1. Cakes to be shown on foil covered boards.
  2. All pies should be in 8” or 9” foil plates in plastic bags, (zip bags preferred if possible). *No plastic wrap or tape.

    One-sixth of the pie will be removed for judging and will then be placed on a separate plate for display. The remainder of the pie may be donated after judging is complete, to emergency workers at the Fire Hall and our hard working grounds workers at the Fair. Pie fillings must be homemade.

  1. All baking and canning must be homemade. No mixes unless specified.
  2. Cupcakes may be shown in liners.
  3. Muffins not to be shown in paper liners.
  4. Loaf cakes – enter ½ loaf or a mini loaf.
  5. Entry tags to be stapled to plastic bag at bottom end of bag.
  6. Items (except pies) are NOT to be removed before 5 PM on Sunday and must be picked up by 6 PM.2022 FAIR THEME “COWBOY BOOTS AND COUNTRY ROOTS” BEST IN SHOW: $25.00

 

CLASS 110: CHILDREN 6 YRS & UNDER

PRIZE MONEY 1st = $4.00; 2nd = $3.50; 3rd = $3.00  (Sections 3,4&5 judged for decoration only -do not cover)

SECTION:

  1. 3 sugar cookies
  2. 3 no bake squares
  3. 3 cupcakes decorated
  4. Candy sculpture
  5. 3 decorated cookies to show Fair Theme

 

CLASS 111: CHILDREN 7 TO 12 YRS

PRIZE MONEY –           1st = $4.00; 2nd = $3.50; 3rd = $3.00     (Sections 4&5 judged for decoration only)

SECTION:

  1. 3 chocolate chip cookies-no nuts (please
    mark age on entry tag)
  2. 3 of your favorite cookies – one kind
  3. 3 oatmeal muffins – with extra ingredient
  4. 3 cupcakes decorated – fair theme
  5. Sugar cube castle sculpture – on 10” x 10” board

 

CLASS 112: CHILDREN 13 TO 18 YRS

PRIZE MONEY  –          1st = $4.00; 2nd = $3.50; 3rd = $3.00    (Sections 4&5 judged for decoration only)SECTION:

  1. 3 chocolate chip cookies (please mark age on entry tag)
  2. Cookiegram (not more than 10”) – to showfair theme
  3. 3 carrot muffins – no nuts
  4. 3 decorated cupcakes – fair theme
  5. Sugar cube castle sculpture – on 10” x 10” board

 

YOUTH O.A.A.S. SPECIAL

3 Chocolate chip cookies (no nuts)

*Open to youth up to age 15 years (as of December 31 in current year)

Winner will be chosen from Class 111 and 112 and will be eligible to compete at the O.A.A.S. District 5 Annual Meeting in the fall.

 

CLASS 113: CAKE SPECIAL

 

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $25.00; 2nd = $15.00; 3rd = $10.00

SECTION:
16. Decorated Cake- artificial base – decorated to show Fair Theme**
17. Youth Decorated Cake- artificial base – using fondant – decorated to show Fair Theme**
18. Youth Decorated Cake – real cake iced and decorated to show Fair Theme – no fondant
** Sections 16 & 17 – 80% of decorations must be edible – judged for decoration only.

 

CLASS 114: CANDY

On 6” Chinette-type plates in plastic zip bags. No plastic wrap.

 

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $10.00; 2nd = $8.00; 3rd = $5.00

 

SECTION:

  1. 3 pieces of chocolate almond bark
  2. 1 pkg of caramel corn with 1 added ingredient
  3. 3 rum balls
  4. 3 pieces butterscotch fudge
  5. 3 pieces peanut brittle

 

CLASS 115: PIES

In 8” – 9” foil plates in plastic zip bags or plastic bags, preferrably zip type. No plastic wrap.

Pie fillings must be homemade, no canned fillings

 

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $20.00; 2nd = $10.00; 3rd = $5.00

SECTION:

  1. Apple pie  (1st prize is $25 – sponsored by Homestead Orchards)
  2. Blueberry pie – double crust
  3. Pumpkin pie
  4. Bumbleberry pie with handwoven lattice top
  5. Peach pie – with crumble top

 

CLASS 116: LOAVES, TARTS, COOKIES, SQUARES AND MUFFINS

On 6” Chinette-type plates (or plates to fit your entry) in plastic bags, zip type preferred. No plastic wrap.

Muffins not to be shown in paper liners. No additions unless specified. Iced only if specified.

 

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $5.00; 2nd = $4.50; 3rd = $4.00

SECTION:

29. 3 butter tarts, plain
30. 3 lemon tarts
31. 3 oatmeal raisin cookies
32. 3 ginger molasses cookies
33. 3 peanut butter cookies
34. 3 sandwich cookies
35. 3 no bake squares
36. 3 date squares

37. 3 chocolate brownies
38. 3 blueberry muffins
39. 3 raisin bran muffins
40. pumpkin loaf – ½ loaf or mini loaf
41. banana bread – ½ loaf or mini loaf
42. cinnamon loaf – ½ loaf or mini loaf
43. cherry almond loaf – ½ loaf or mini loaf
44. 3 cornmeal muffins

O.A.A.S. SPECIAL – 3 Butter Tarts (no nuts, no fruit, no raisins)
Winner will be chosen from Class 116, Section 29 and will be eligible to compete at the O.A.A.S.
District 5 Annual Meeting in the fall. – 6 full size tarts will be required

CLASS 117: BREADS & CAKES

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $5.00; 2nd = $4.50; 3rd = $4.00  (Section 1 only – 1st prize is $10)

 

SECTION:

45. 1 loaf white bread – from bread machine
46. 1 loaf gluten free bread – from bread machine
47.. 3 cheese tea bisquits
48. 1 loaf braided egg bread
49. 1 loaf any other bread
50. Spice cake – 1/2 cake 8” round or square
51. Carrot cake – 1/2 cake
52. Chocolate cake Iced-gluten free – whole 8” cake
53. 3 Iced & Decorated cupcakes – fair theme

Please note – Cakes not to be iced unless specified

 

CLASS 118: SENIORS ONLY (55+)

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $15.00; 2nd = $10.00; 3rd = $5.00

SECTION:

54. 1 pie, 8” or 9” double crust – fruit of your choice
55. 3 raisin bran muffins
56. 1 banana bread – 1/2 loaf or mini
57. 1 small jar strawberry jam
58. 3 Granny’s favourite cookies

CLASS 119: MEN ONLY

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $15.00; 2nd = $10.00; 3rd = $5.00

 

SECTION:

59 1 pecan pie, 8” or 9” double crust
60. 1 small jar of BBQ sauce – not hot
61. 1 large sugar cookie decorated fair theme
62. 1 small jar pickled eggs – must be sealed
63. 1 loaf beer bread

 

CLASS 120: PRESIDENTS CHOICE SPECIAL

Recipe Submitted and Judged by Sutton Agricultural Society President

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $15:00; 2nd = $10.00; 3rd = $8.00

 

SECTION: 64

 

CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES

display 3 cookies on small paper plate

Ingredients:

1/2 cup of margarine

2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
1/2 cup of shortening

1 teaspoon of baking soda
1 cup of white sugar

1/2 teaspoon of salt
2 eggs

2 cups of white flour
2 cups of chocolate chips

Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 350 deg f.
2. Cream together margarine and shortening
3. Gradually add sugar and cream together thoroughly
4. Add in eggs and vanilla then mix
5. Combine baking soda and salt and mix
6. Blend in flour until creamy and smooth
7. Add chocolate chips
8. Drop heaping teaspoon of dough on cookie sheet
9. Bake for 9-10 minutes

 

CLASS 122: BASKET

Display in a basket – Judged on Variety and Appearance

Cowboy Lunch – A display in a basket of items for lunch for two. Must
contain at least 6 edible items including at least 2 baked items.

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $25.00; 2nd = $15.00; 3rd = $10.00

SECTION: 65

CLASS 130: CANNING

All canned goods must be presented in jars of ONE (1) pint or less and be sealed with a two-piece metal closure designed for home canning. NO wax please. An unsealed product is automatically disqualified. Use elastic band to secure entry tag to jar. No decorations on jars please, Only one entry per section.

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $5.00; 2nd = $4.50; 3rd = $4.00

SECTION:

66. Canned fruit – open
67. Canned pears
68. Jam – cooked – any variety not listed
69. Raspberry jam – cooked
70. Strawberry jam – cooked
71. Strawberry jam – freezer (thawed)
72. Marmalade – named
73. Apple jelly
74. Jelly – open – any kind not listed
75. Fruit chutney
76. Salsa – medium
77. Red pepper jelly
78. Dill pickles – may be in 1 quart jar
79. Bread and Butter pickles
80. Chili sauce
81. Mustard pickle
82. Hot dog relish
83. Pickled beets
84. BBQ sauce – not hot
85. 6 white eggs***
86. 6 brown eggs***
87. 6 eggs other natural colour***
88 1 largest egg***
***Eggs must be from own chickens

 

CLASS 132: MAPLE SYRUP

Maple syrup to be in small Mason jar (one [1] pint or less) properly tagged.

Exhibitor is responsible for putting entry in proper category.

 

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $10.00; 2nd = $8.00; 3rd = $5.00

 

SECTION:

Maple Syrup – Light

Maple Syrup – Dark (Amber)

 

CLASS 133: HONEY

All honey is to be in small mason jar of one (1) pint or less and properly tagged. Please include variety or source where possible. Exhibitor is responsible for putting honey in the proper category.

PRIZE MONEY: 1st = $10.00; 2nd = $8.00; 3rd = $5.00

SECTION:

  1. Canada No. 1 – Liquid Light Honey
  2. Canada No. 1 – Liquid Golden Honey
  3. Canada No. 1 – Liquid Amber Honey