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SECTION 7

 

BAKED PRODUCTS


RUTH LYE - Clerk
Daisha Riofrio & Raya Routh – Assistant Clerks


Premiums: 1st - $1.50; 2nd - $1.00, 3rd - $.75
Judge's Choice: $5.00


Special Rules:
  •  Bread baked in single loaf tins makes a more attractive exhibit.
  •  No Commercial ready mixes are to be used in Section VI, exception, Class No.29.
  •  All pies must be two-crust pies, no cream or custard fillings.
  •  All baked foods must be exhibited on plate or platter. May not be in baking pan.
  •  Washington County FCE Council may conduct a Baked Foods Sale with fair entries on
     Thursday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Exhibitors may donate their food items to the sale at time of
     entry.


YEAST BREADS JUDGING GUIDE


General appearance: size, shape, crust… ......................... 20%
Flavor: odor, & taste ......................................................... 35%
Lightness ........................................................................... 15%
Crumb: color, texture (fine, tender, moist, elastic) ............ 30%
               Total ................................................................. 100%

 

YEAST BREAD CLASSES:

1. White bread
2. Whole wheat bread
3. Rye bread
4. Foreign bread (include recipes and
    brief history of bread)
5. Tea ring
6. Sweet rolls, 3 rolls
  7. Whole wheat/grain rolls, 3 rolls
  8. White rolls, 3 rolls
  9. Cinnamon rolls, unfrosted, 3 rolls
10. Raised doughnuts, not glazed, 3
      doughnuts
11. Bread machine from scratch


QUICK BREADS JUDGING GUIDE


General appearance: shape, size, uniformity & color ..............15%
Crust: color, depth & quality .................................................... 15%
Crumb: color, tenderness, grain, & texture .............................. 30%
Flavor ......................................................................................... 40%
               Total ........................................................................... 100%

 

QUICK BREAD CLASSES:

12. Baking powder biscuits (3)
13. Sweet or Savory drop biscuits
14. Fruit muffins (3)
15. Whole grain muffins (3)

16. Fruit bread

17. Coffee cake
18. Vegetable bread
19. Scones
20. Biscotti


PIES JUDGING GUIDE

 

General appearance: ..................................... 15%
Upper crust: texture & baking .......................... 25%
Filling: consistency .......................................... 25%
Under crust: flavor, texture & baking ............... 35%
               Total ................................................. 100%


PIE CLASSES:
21. Apple
22. Berry
23. Cherry
24. Peach
25. Rhubarb
26. Miscellaneous (no cream or custard pies)


CAKES


Special Rules:

  •  All cakes shown are to be taken out of pans.
  •  Frosting is to designate the cake: dark cake, dark icing; white cake, white icing, etc.
     but no commercial icings are permitted.


WILTON AWARDS

Wilton Enterprises Sponsored by Wilton Enterprises 1 "Best of Class" awards – offered for winning cakes with some type of bag and tip or rolled fondant cake decorating.


"Best of Class" winners (Champion and Reserve Champion in classes #34 & 35) for three categories (Adult Open, Junior Open and 4-H) will receive a Wilton Yearbook of
Cake Decorating and their choice of the following:
         - Color Right Food Coloring System
         - Quick Tips Guide
*Champions receive both items; Reserve Champions receives Quick Tips Guide.


CAKE CLASSES:
27. White, two layers
28. Chocolate, two layers
29. Spice
30. Bundt
31. Box cake, any flavor
32. Angel Food (no icing)
33. Cupcake, any flavor (6)
34. Decorated - cake form or cake
35. Decorated Cupcakes (6)
36. Cake doughnuts, not sugared (6)
37. Miscellaneous cake

 

COOKIES JUDGING GUIDE

Display 3 cookies on a paper plate.

 

Uniformity of size, color & shape ................ 20%
Flavor ........................................................... 40%
Crumb ........................................................... 30%
Lightness ...................................................... 10%
               Total ...................................
......... 100%


COOKIE CLASSES:
38. Bar Cookies
39. Brownies
40. Chocolate Chip Cookies
41. Molded or Decorated Cookies
42. No-Bake Cookies
43. Oatmeal Cookies
44. Peanut Butter Cookies
45. Refrigerator Cookies
46. Spice Cookies
47. Sugar Cookies
48. Miscellaneous Cookies


CANDY CLASSES
49. Divinity, 3 pieces
50. Fudge, 3 pieces
51. Peanut Brittle, 3 pieces
52. Toffee, 3 pieces
53. Misc. Candy
54. Popcorn Crunches


GLUTEN FREE BAKING

Specify flour used
55. Gluten Free Bread
56. Gluten Free Cake
57. Gluten Free Cookies
58. Gluten Free Muffins or Quick Breads


DOG TREATS
59. Homemade dog treats or biscuits - display with photo of your dog.

 

GARDEN & FLORICULTURE


LINDA HARDESTY, SANDY HODGES,
BARBARA JOHNSON -- Clerks
Molly Porteus & Clinton Walker – Assistant Clerks


Special Rules:
  • Entries will be taken Tuesday from 1:00 – 6:00 p.m. Exhibitors outside of Akron may
     call in entries to Washington County Extension office at 345-2287. All flowers and
     vegetables must be entered and in place by 9:00 a.m. Wednesday. Judging to start at
     9:30 a.m.
  • Only one entry is allowed per class per exhibitor.
  • Exhibitor is responsible for labeling & identifying exhibits. Entry cards are available
     from the Extension Office in advance.
  • All horticultural exhibits must have been raised in Washington County and must have
     been grown by the exhibitors or their family.
  • Must be three entries per class or the class will be combined with another in order to
     pay premiums.
  • Entries must be on or in a disposable plate or container.

 

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SECTION 8

 

GARDEN


Premiums: 1st - $1.50; 2nd - $1.00, 3rd - $.75
Judge's Choice: $5.00


Market Basket Premiums
1st - $10.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $5.00

 

GARDEN CLASSES:

  1. Beans: 10 green (stems on)
  2. Beans: 10 yellow wax (stems on)
  3. Beets: 3 same variety (roots on, tops
      on)
  4. Broccoli: (one 6” stalk)
  5. Brussel sprouts (min. 1” diameter, 1
      stalk)
  6. Cabbage (1 head)
  7. Cauliflower (1 head)
  8. Carrots: 3 same variety (1” tops, clean,
       dry, not scrubbed)
  9. Corn: 3 ears sweet variety (1/2” stem)
10. Cucumbers: 3 pickling (under 4”
      stems/spines on)
11. Cucumbers: 3 slicing

12. Eggplant: 2 (not washed)
13. Garlic: three bulbs
14. Herbs – 3 fresh sprigs in water (sub-
      divided as needed)
      a. Basil
      b. Dill
      c. Parsley
      d. Other – up to 3 entries per exhibitor
15. Herb garden, mixed potted - minimum
       3 varieties
16. Kohlrabi: 3 (2-2 1/2” diameter)
17. Lettuce: leaf - 6 stems
18. Muskmelon or cantaloupe: 1 - stems on
19. Monster class: large vegetables

20. Monster class: unusual vegetables
21. Novelty horticulture not common to
       Washington County
22. Onions: 3 white - uniform size, roots
      1/4 inch & skins-peel one layer off,
      twist off tops leaving 1/2 to 1 inch
23. Onions: 3 yellow-uniform size, roots
       1/4 inch & skins-peel one layer off,
       twist off tops leaving 1/2 to 1 inch
24. Onions: 3 any other color-uniform size,
       roots 1/4 inch & skins-peel one layer
       off, twist off tops leaving 1/2 to 1 inch
25. Parsnips: 3 (roots & 1" tops)
26. Peas: 10 pods
27. Peppers: 3 cherry, hot or sweet (with
       stems)
28. Peppers: chili varieties -3 (with stems)
29. Peppers: jalapeno 3 (1/2” stems)
30. Peppers: bell, 3 any color (1/2” stem)

 

31. Peppers: 3 sweet Banana

32. Potatoes: 3 red (dry, clean, not
      scrubbed)
33. Potatoes: 3 white (dry, clean, not
      scrubbed)
34. Potatoes: 3 gold (dry, clean, not
      scrubbed)
35. Pumpkin: 1 large field variety (stem on)
36. Radishes, 3 of same variety
37. Rhubarb: 3 stalks (pulled, not cut), leaf
      trimmed to 1 inch
38. Spinach: 6 stems

39. Squash: 2 small winter variety (acorn,
      butternut, buttercup, etc.; stem on)
40. Squash: 1 large winter variety
      Hubbard, banana, etc.; stem on )
41. Squash: 2 small crook neck summer
      squash (5-6”, ½” stem)
42. Squash: 2 small straight neck summer
      squash (5-6”, ½” stem)
43. Squash: 2 small scallop summer
      squash (3-4” diameter, ½” stem)
44. Squash: Zucchini: 2 (6-9”; ½” stem)
45. Swiss Chard: 6 stems
46. Kale: 6 stems
47. Tomatoes: 6 cherry, plum, or pear variety (stems on)
48. Tomatoes: 3 large ripe (stems on)
49. Tomatoes: 3 large green (stems on)
50. Turnips: 3 table variety (roots on,
      1”top)
51. Watermelon: 1 lg. (1” stem)
52. Watermelon: 1 small variety
53. Market basket: Should contain 5
      vegetables in quantities as listed in
      individual classes and arranged
      attractively in tray, shallow box, or
      basket
54. Apples: 2 of one variety
55. Green Grapes or other variety: 1 bunch
56. Peaches: 3 of one variety
57. Pears: 3 of one variety
58. Plums: 3 of one variety
59. Raspberries: ½ cup
60. Strawberries: 1 cup
61. Miscellaneous fruit or vegetable

 

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SECTION 9

 

FLORICULTURE


Premiums: 1st - $1.50; 2nd - $1.00, 3rd - $.75
Judge's Choice: $5.00


Definitions:
  • Bloom - a solitary flower terminating in stem.
  • Spike - Erect or drooping florets attached directly to main axis or on very short
     pedicles.
  • Spray - terminal flowering growth consisting of one stem with or without central
     flower or bud, and with two or more auxiliary buds, blooms or foliage.
  • Stem - main ascending part of a plant.
  • Stalk - stiff stem, branching or not, with one or more blooms.


Score Card for Judging:
Size, according to species or variety… ..................... 20%
Form, color, substance and abundance of bloom ....... 20%
Foliage and stem ........................................................ 20%
Distinction of species or variety ................................ 20%
Condition ................................................................... 20%
               Total .......................................................... 100%


PLEASE NOTE: Entries in all classes must be presented in undecorated tin cans or other disposable containers, unless otherwise stated. Containers will not be considered
in judging.


FLORICULTURE CLASSES:

70. Asters, 3 sprays
71. Bachelor button, 5 stems with one
      bloom each
72. Bells of Ireland, 1 stalk
73. Begonia, 1 stem
74. Celosia, crested, 1 stalk
75. Celosia, plumed or feathered, 1 stalk
76. Coleus, 3 stems, same variety
77. Columbines, 3 stems
78. Coneflower, 1 bloom
79. Cosmos, 3 sprays
80. Daisy, Perennial, Shasta or Painted
81. Daisy, Annual, Margarite, African,
      Gerbera
82. Dahlia, large decorative or exhibition,
      1 bloom
83. Dahlia, from seed type
84. Dahlia, cactus, 1 bloom
85. Dahlia, pompom or ball, 3 blooms
86. Dianthus - annuals
87. Dianthus - perennials
88. Galardia, 1 bloom
89. Gladioli, 1 spike
90. Gladioli, 3 spikes
91. Golden Glow, 1 spray
92. Geranium Zonal, 2 stems same variety
93. Geranium Ivy, 2 stems, same variety
94. Inpatients, 3 stems, same color/variety
95. Hosta, 2 blooms
96. Lilies (perennial; day lilies, tiger lilies,
      other), one stalk
97. Marigolds, giant, (mum or carnation)
      (over 2 inches), 3 blooms
98. Marigolds, dwarf, (under 2 inches), 3
      blooms

99. Mums, Large, 3 blooms
100. Mums, Small, 3 sprays
101. Nicotina, 3 stems, same variety
102. Pansy, 3 blooms, same variety
103. Petunias, single, 3 blooms
104. Petunias, double, 3 blooms
105. Phlox, annual or perennial, 1 stalk

106. Rose, hybrid tea or grandi-flora, 1
       bloom

107. Rose, floribunda or polyantha, 1 spray
108. Rose miniature, 3 sprays, same color
109. Rudbeckia (black-eyed Susan) 3
       blooms with foliage
110. Salvia, 3 spikes same variety, (annual
       or perennial)
111. Snapdragons, dwarf, 3 spikes same
       color
112. Snapdragons, large, 3 spikes, same
       color
113. Statice, annual, 3 spray/or spike
114. Statice, perennial, 3 spray/or spike
115. Sunflowers, red, 1 stalk
116. Sunflowers, Lg. yellow, 1 stalk
117. Sweet peas, 6 stems
118. Verbena, annual or perennial or
       trailing, 3 blooms
119. Viola, 3 blooms, same variety
120. Yarrow, 3 spray
121. Zinnias, large, giant, dahlia or cactus,
       3 blooms same color
122. Zinnias, medium size, 3 blooms, same
       color
123. Zinnias, small, lilliput or button types,
       5 blooms
124. Potted Annuals combination (under
       16”)
125. Potted Annuals combination over 16”
126. Hanging flower basket, annual
127. Other annuals
128. Perennial, bulb (liatiris)
129. Other perennials
130. Cactus:
        a.Indoor Plant
        b.Outdoor Plant
        131. Succulent
132. Leafy plants, indoor
133. Flowering plants, indoor
134. Novelty floriculture not commonly
       grown in Washington County
135. Fairy Garden - up to 20” wide, high,
       or deep. Must have live potted plants
       and a theme.


BOUQUET OR ARRANGEMENTS


Design….......................................................... 30%
Color ............................................................... 20%
Suitable relationship of material ..................... 20%
Distinction ....................................................... 10%
Originality ........................................................ 10%
Condition of all material .................................. 10%
Total ................................................................ 100%

 

BOUQUET CLASSES:
The following entries may be in decorative and nondisposable containers.


136. Table center piece, no more than 14 inches tall
137. Fresh roadside bouquet
138. Dried roadside bouquet
139. Flower basket with handle
140. Buffet arrangement (one side)

 

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